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Worth Avenue opens Seattle office

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Worth Avenue Yachts, a luxury yacht brokerage based in Palm Beach, has opened a new office in the Pacific Northwest. The office, which opens today, is located at Chandler’s Cove on Fairview Avenue North. Notable shipyards and service centers in the region include Westport, Christensen, Delta and Nordlund, as well as Westbay in Canada.

Prokorym

The new office will be directed and managed by Worth Avenue Yachts Seattle partner Ray Prokorym. Prokorym recently completed a 12-year stint at Ocean Alexander, where he managed three offices in California and Washington. He will be assisted by Niel Steenkamp.

Steenkamp

“Some of our best clients are from the West Coast, and having a team there will only add to the positive client experience that Worth Avenue Yachts builds its foundation on,” stated Brian Tansey in a company press release.

Worth Avenue Yachts, founded in 2011 by Tansey and Michael Mahan, specializes in luxury yacht sales, charter and new construction. Besides its flagship office in Palm Beach, the company has retail offices in Fort Lauderdale and Monaco.

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