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Fraser adds two brokers

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Fraser, a global yacht service provider, has hired two new brokers: Steen Christensen as a sales broker in Palma and James Bond as a charter broker in London.

Christensen grew up in a shipping family and has more than 30 years of yachting experience. He began his career in the Danish merchant navy, then served a traineeship as a shipbroker in Copenhagen. He has yacht experience as crew, captain and paint consultant, and became a broker in 1990. He speaks Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, English, German and Spanish.

Bond began his career in brokering with ICAP’s yacht division, Hyde Yachts. He has extensive knowledge of the global charter fleet and respective cruising grounds. He has sailed throughout the Mediterranean and Caribbean and more recently orchestrated a number of charters in Southeast Asia. He has raced record-breaking Super Maxi’s and holds an RYA Coastal Skipper qualification.

“I’m delighted to welcome both Steen and James to our team,” Raphael Sauleau, CEO of Fraser said. “They are both highly experienced in their respective areas and share the same passionate, dedicated and ethical outlook that are the key qualities our team is renowned for.”

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