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Hill Robinson opens office in Palma

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Yacht management company Hill Robinson has opened a new office in Palma de Mallorca. Director of the new office is Gary Miller, a marine engineer with experience in new construction projects, marine surveying, yacht management and refit supervision. Assisting Miller as second director is John Bardon. Bardon has more than 50 years experience in both yacht construction and as a captain, along with an intimate knowledge of the Palma shipyards and construction facilities, according to the  company.

“With Palma internationally recognized as one of the major refit and repair centers in the Mediterranean as well as being a fantastic charter destination, it’s the perfect time to open our new office in Mallorca,” stated Miller in a company press release. “Located next to the Palma waterfront, the Hill Robinson team are well-equipped to do what we do best: assist owners, captains and crew with reliable round-the-clock support for all of their yachting needs.”

The new Palma office follows the recent opening of Hill Robinson offices at La Spezia, Italy; Rybovich shipyard in Palm Beach, Florida; Limassol, Cyprus; and Australia’s Gold Coast.

For more information, visit hillrobinson.com.

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