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New yard supervisor named at Cape Charles

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Cape Charles Yacht Center in Cape Charles, Virginia, recently announced the promotion of Cisco Maldonado, a systems technician who has been with CCYC since its beginning, to yard supervisor. 

According to a company press release, Maldonado will work closely with Officer Manager Renee Rice to schedule all work, haul-outs and launches. 

Maldonado

The yard also announced that work has begun on a new 120-by-60-foot building in the boat storage lot that will enable indoor refit work, including paint and carpentry. The building is expected to be finished in 2020.

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