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Saxon new VP at HMY

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HMY Yachts, based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, has hired Bob Saxon as vice president of the company’s yacht management, crew placement and yacht charter division. He was most recently with Denison Yachting, and also worked with MarineMax as a consultant.

“Bob’s expertise in the yacht charter industry is unparalleled,” Steve Moynihan, president of HMY Yachts, stated in a company news release. “He has over 40 years of experience and has served as executive director of the Florida Yacht Brokers Association and president of the International Yacht Brokers Association. He has been the dominant force in the yacht charter arena, and we are thrilled to have him aboard.” 

Bob Saxon

HMY Yachts’ charter division offers a full range of charter services for yacht owners seeking charter management and marketing representation, as well as clients who desire chartering a professionally crewed yacht.

“It’s clear that HMY understands the pivotal role that yacht charter can play in introducing the customer to the yachting lifestyle and potential ownership,” Saxon stated. “I am honored to have the opportunity to work with the HMY team to create a yacht charter experience for global clientele.”  

For more information, visit HMY.com.

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