Northrop & Johnson announce their new European flagship office in Antibes, opening January 1st 2015. Located on the iconic Port Vauban, Northrop & Johnson’s Antibes office is perfectly situated in one of yachting’s main Mediterranean hubs. The Antibes office will offer services in relation to yacht sales, charter, charter management and crew placement.
At the helm of the mainland European operation is Jonathan Browne, managing director for France, and Fiona Maureso, charter director.
Jonathan comes to Northrop & Johnson after a seven-year tenure at the helm of Power To Sail, also based in Antibes. Previously, he held senior positions with other brokerage houses and manufacturers, such as Custom Line, Ferretti, Pershing, Azimut and Riva. Jonathan is bilingual, speaking both English and French.
Fiona Maureso has worked with Northrop & Johnson since January 2013. She has more than 25 years of experience as both yacht crew and a charter broker. During her time at Northrop & Johnson, she has expanded the company’s presence in the South of France and Europe. Fiona also currently serves as President of MYBA — the worldwide yachting association, and chairs the IT panel. Fiona also is fluent in English and French.
Northrop & Johnson is also delighted to welcome Joanna Long as office manager and berth sales specialist in their Antibes office.
The stunning new office offers a sleek and comfortable space for brokers and clients alike. Both aesthetically pleasing and exceptionally functional, the interior design promotes a creative and efficient atmosphere. Clean lines and modern furniture combine perfectly with state-of-the-art equipment, offering our sales and charter brokers, charter managers and crew placement staff all of the tools necessary for success.
Kevin Merrigan, CEO of Northrop & Johnson commented, “We are extremely excited to open a flagship office in Antibes and continue our international expansion. Yachting is a global industry and our Antibes office will allow us to offer even better service to our clients in the Med and throughout Europe.”
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