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11 May 2016
By Hill Robinson

Hill Robinson Yacht Management is pleased to announce the addition of Christopher Wright, as Senior Technical and Project manager for its US office in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Chris will be responsible for technical management in the US office, as well as supporting new business initiatives.
Chris has more than 30 years’ experience in the marine industry, both at sea as Captain and First Officer, and ashore working on new builds, major refits, and service management. Chris joins Hill Robinson after 6 years at Rybovich, as Project Manager, coordinating major refits on many of the world’s most notable yachts.
About joining Hill Robinson, Chris remarks, “Working with the Florida refit yards capable of handling the mega yacht fleet, we expect to see continued growth in all facets of the marine refit market here for Hill Robinson. ”
Nick Hill, Managing Director of Hill Robinson, said, “We’re confident our clients will benefit greatly from Chris’ extensive experience, strong technical knowledge, and excellent customer service skills.”
Hill Robinson is a leading independent yacht management company providing a full range of yacht management services to international clientele worldwide. The company has offices in London, England; Nicosia, Cyprus; Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Antibes, France, and Douglas, Isle of Man offering 24/7 around the globe availability.
The firm’s services for private and commercial yacht owners include project management for new builds and refits, routine and emergency technical and operational support, safety and security, financial administration, charter management, crew payroll administration, and crew selection and recruitment.
For more information, please visit www.hillrobinson.com

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