YPI opens office in Greece

Apr 25, 2019 by Triton Staff

Yachting Partners International has a new office in the Athens area. According to the company, YPI Greece will initially focus on charter and brokerage, and later expand into yacht management. YPI headquarters in Monaco will provide support for colleagues in Greece.

“Greece is a key destination in yachting and we look forward to bringing our services to new clients in and around Greece, as well as connecting more closely with our existing clients based in this region,” stated Laurent Debart, CEO of YPI.

For more information, visit ypiyachts.com.

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