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Ex-Burger chief joins YachtZoo

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David Ross has joined Monaco-based YachtZoo as CEO of its U.S. office in Ft. Lauderdale. Ross was president and co-owner of Burger Boat Company before retiring in 2007.

David Ross joins Monaco-based YachtZoo as CEO

David Ross joins Monaco-based YachtZoo as CEO

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