The new office in Athens will be run by Yiannis Andriotis, CEO of the Odyseas Marina, where Sea-Alliance's headquarters are located. An ex world class dinghy sailor and yacht skipper, he has a background in shipping and expertise in brokerage, chartering and technical services for superyachts. He will run the Athens branch along with Anna Liveropoulou, who brings an international brand marketing background to her role in marketing the Sea-Alliance Greek operation.
“There is a great opportunity for us here to develop the Sea-Alliance Group in our region. This area of Greece is a regular destination for some of the most prestigious superyachts from around the world,” commented Liveropoulou.
“To be able to provide the depth of service that Sea-Alliance is able to deliver in charter, brokerage and management will be a tremendous benefit to our clients. We are very excited about the future of the business.”
Roy Klajman, director of Sea-Alliance Group added: “Sea-Alliance Group is expanding despite the difficult times that the global yachting industry has experienced in past years. Our expertise, enthusiasm and creativity have shown that we can succeed in a wide range of yacht services by providing our clients with the service they need. We are locating our operations in strategic areas which will enable us to maximise our capabilities when the economy in Europe recovers.”
Sea-Alliance Group, headquartered in Gibraltar, is a multi-yacht services company covering the full gamut of brokerage, charter and management in offices throughout the Mediterranean.
In the same announcement, the company said Ella Wigelman from the Sea-Alliance Yacht Management division will be moving to Antibes to strengthen the branch and widen the scope of its operations.