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Merle Wood opens production office


Yacht brokerage firm Merle Wood & Associates has opened a production and custom division office at Bahia Mar Yachting Center. The expansion will create several new yacht brokerage jobs for existing brokers as well as new brokers and support staff, according to a company press release.

The 2,000-square-foot office will focus on the production sector for the market, such as Azimut, Ferretti, Sunseeker and Hatteras yachts. Meanwhile, the office on Las Olas Boulevard will continue to serve as the company’s global headquarters.

The Bahia Mar office can be reached at +1-954-525-5112. Interested brokers and support staff should reach out to the company via email at, or by phone at +1-954-525-5111. 

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