New broker at Luke Brown

Dec 8, 2017 by Triton Staff

Sean O’Heron has joined Luke Brown Yachts, a Fort Lauderdale, Florida, brokerage that has been in business 48 years.

O’Heron has 20 years experience in the marine industry. He has worked at MarineMax, HMY Yacht Sales and, most recently, Horizon Yachts USA, according to a company statement.

For more information, visit www.lukebrownyachts.com.

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