Kent named charter pro of the year

Feb 5, 2018 by Triton Staff

Carol Kent, owner and CEO of Carol Kent Yacht Charters in Marblehead, Massachusetts, was honored as the International Yacht Brokers Association’s 2017 Charter Professional of the Year.

The award honors a luxury yacht charter broker for outstanding performance.

“I’m honored to be singled out for this award among the many yacht brokers, management companies, and maritime-affiliated members who have built this organization,” Kent stated.

Carol Kent Yacht Charters, founded in 1986, now operates a second location in Newport, Rhode Island. Kent and her team cover the world, including New England, the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, Southeast Asia, the South Pacific, Central America, the Galapagos and Alaska.

Kent was also recently elected vice president of the American Yacht Charter Association, where she is also the public relations chairwoman. For more information, visit carolkent.com.

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