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Southgate moves to Ocean Management


Pete Southgate has been named director of yacht management USA with Ocean Management, a division of Ocean Independence. He is in the Fort Lauderdale office.

“Ocean Management, based in Switzerland, is further expanding into key yachting hubs, including Monaco, South of France, UK and the U.S.,” Southgate said. “My role is to serve clients this side of the pond and to lead in the development of management activities in the United States and worldwide.”

Southgate most recently served as director of operations for Fort Lauderdale-based Wright Maritime Group, a position he held for nearly four years, after being with the Maritime Administration of the Cayman Islands.

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