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CNI welcomes back charter brokers

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Tandy Demarchelier and Marta Iglesias, both former employees of Camper & Nicholsons, are returning to the company as retail charter brokers. 

Demarchelier first joined the company in 1994 as an assistant in the crew recruitment department in Cannes. She later joined the Antibes office as a charter broker and continued in this role for 20 years. She left in 2014, when she moved to Costa Rica. 

Tandy Demarchelier

Prior to working for Camper & Nicholsons, Demarchelier spent several years working as yacht crew. She attended the University of Chicago and Florida International University after working at an international yacht brokerage in Fort Lauderdale from the age of 15. She will be based in Costa Rica.

Iglesias first began working for the company in 1988. In 1991, she co-founded the brokerage company Koch Newton & Partners and was responsible for growing its European charter division. In 2006, the partners sold to Merrill-Stevens, and Iglesias’ responsibilities expanded to include all aspects of the company’s worldwide charter activities, including retail and wholesale operations, until that company was sold. 

Marta Iglesias

She is a long-standing MYBA member and has acted as charter consultant for the association – including the MYBA Charter Show – since 2017. She is fluent in English, Spanish and German. She will be based in the Palma office as of December.

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