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Charline Francis joins N&J charter team


Charline Francis has joined Northrop & Johnson as a charter manager specializing in yachts 164 feet (50m) and above.

Prior to her yachting career, she worked in marketing and events management in Canada and the south of France.
Francis, who is fluent in French and English, is originally from Canada and has a bachelor’s degree in marketing and business management.

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