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ISS board gets eight new members


The International Superyacht Society has announced eight new appointees to its board of directors for the 2019-2022 term following the votes of ISS members.

Newly elected board members are:

  • Jill Bobrow of Jill Bobrow Associates LLC / AIM Media
  • Christelle Holler of Tahiti Private Expeditions
  • Andre Jonker of Abeking & Rasmussen
  • Kristen Klein of Northrop & Johnson
  • Abi McGrath of ACREW
  • Melissa Orlick of IsoTropic
  • Peter Southgate of Southgate Maritime Inc.
  • Rick Thomas of Nautical Structures

ISS was founded in 1989 to promote development of the international superyacht industry through building alliances, facilitating communication, recognizing achievement and providing educational and networking opportunities. It has more than 900 members worldwide.

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