Following Hill Robinson’s recent relaunch of Moravia Yachting, the company is today announcing the appointment of Alastair Callender as Charter & Sales Broker. Alastair will divide his time between our Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach offices and will be instrumental in helping Moravia Yachting take its first steps to offer its services to American retail charter, sales and purchase clientele.
Recipient of the prestigious Award of Distinction for ‘Excellence in Innovation’ by the International Superyacht Society in 2010, Alastair offers a unique perspective and expertise on the global superyacht fleet, having been involved in the charter, sale, marketing or design of over 100 yachts during his 13 year career.
Alastair has spent the last six years working in a variety of roles including retail charter, sales and yacht marketing within high-end superyacht brokerage. Prior to this, Alastair was the Creative and Marketing Director of Sanlorenzo Yachts in the Americas, where he established the brand for the shipyard across the region.
Kurt Fraser, Sales and Marketing Director of Hill Robinson and Moravia Yachting commented, ‘We are very pleased to welcome Alastair to the Moravia Yachting team. Alastair brings a diverse background and a great deal of experience to his new role. He has a passion for yachting that really shines through in his approach to client service and will no doubt be a valuable asset to both our company and his clients.’
Charter and Sales Broker – Americas
To speak to Alastair about yacht charter, sales and purchase please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him on +1 954 261 3559. Alastair's professional profile can be viewed on our website here.
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