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Hinckley opens Stamford shipyard


Hinckley Yacht Services Stamford is open for business and will begin hauling yachts for the winter storage season in October, according to a company statement. Peter Manion has joined Hinckley as general manager of the Stamford, Connecticut, yard. Manion will report to Chief Operating Officer Mike Arieta in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.

Manion previously worked at Derecktor Shipyard in Mamaroneck, New York; Brewer Yacht Haven Marina in Stamford; and Oakcliff U.S. Sailing Center in Oyster Bay, New York. He is a two-time member of the U.S. Sailing Team.

“We are excited to open in Stamford our seventh yacht service location in the U.S.,” Manion said in a news release announcing the opening. “The New York metropolitan area is an important market for us and a wonderful opportunity to extend our service relationship with our customers. We service both Hinckley Yachts and other brands at the absolute highest level in the industry.”

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