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25 Mar 2021

Moravia Yachting appoints William Molloy as Senior Charter Broker < Back

By Moravia Yachting

Moravia Yachting is delighted to announce its appointment of William Molloy as Senior Charter Broker. Working from the Monaco office, William will contribute to the growth and performance of Moravia Yachting’s retail charter division and support the wider team.

William has over 14 years’ experience as a charter broker, with some 200 charters completed as well as five yacht sales to his name. William's early career includes nine years as professional yacht crew and a degree in Maritime Studies, which saw him turn his passion into a profession.

Moravia Yachting was re-launched by Hill Robinson in November 2020 to expand the company’s specialised mix of client services. Moravia Yachting works with the world’s most superlative superyachts, helping Hill Robinson clients make optimal investment choices in all aspects of yacht acquisition, construction, sale and charter.

Representing everyone from families looking for a quiet get away to multinationals offering corporate hospitality at major worldwide events, William is perfectly placed to bring Moravia Yachting’s charter division to the fore.

I specialise in sourcing and arranging amazing holidays for clients on professionally crewed yachts. These yachts range in size from 20m to as big as they come. My bespoke approach allows me to cater for each client’s individual needs. Some clients have chartered with me for over 10 years, and their loyalty is testament to the high level of service they receive.

The Hill Robinson name is synonymous with professional yacht management. The company’s knowledge and integrity are second to none and I am delighted to be joining the Moravia Yachting team.

William Molloy
Senior Charter Broker





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