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Lucie Fox joins NJ in crew services

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Northrop & Johnson has hired Lucie Fox as a crew services associate.

According to a company statement, Fox is originally from the U.K. and worked as an executive assistant before pursuing a career in yachting. She worked as a deckhand and dive instructor on yachts in Southeast Asia from 2005 to 2007, then moved ashore to work as an estate manager in the South of France.

She most recently worked as a crew consultant for Fraser’s The Crew Network in Fort Lauderdale.

She will be based in Northrop & Johnson’s Fort Lauderdale office.

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