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The Crew Network opens in Palma

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Fraser’s crew recruitment agency, The Crew Network, now has a branch in Palma. The agency – with existing offices in Antibes, Fort Lauderdale and Viareggio – focuses on providing qualified crew and captains to luxury yacht owners around the world.

Dawn Farara‐Line has been appointed to establish The Crew Network’s Palma office. Farara‐Line has worked within both the yachting and corporate sectors as an executive assistant for more than a decade, according to a company statement. In recent years, she worked within the crew recruitment sector for Dovaston and The Crew Finder.

“Palma is a strategic location for us and we want to strengthen The Crew Network brand, introducing new services and crew activities over the coming years,” stated Raphael Sauleau, CEO of Fraser and The Crew Network.

Fraser, a brokerage firm specializing in yachts over 98 feet (30m), has more than 150 employees in 20 offices worldwide, including Fort Lauderdale, Monaco and Sydney. Services include yacht sales, yacht charter, yacht management, new builds and crew placement.

For more information on The Crew Network, visit crewnetwork.com.

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