NJ adds new broker

Mar 26, 2018 by Triton Staff

Rolf Smith has joined the sales staff at Northrop & Johnson’s Newport Beach office in California.

Smith crewed cargo ships throughout the world with the Swedish Merchant Marine before becoming a luxury cars salesman, according to a company statement. He later became a certified pilot and spent 25 years in the aviation industry selling jets and helicopters before becoming a yacht broker.

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