Simon Bryan (pictured left) will support IGY’s expansion efforts in the Mediterranean and will research deep saltwater facilities that synergize with the company’s existing assets, clients and strategic partners across the yachting industry. Bryan has supported IGY in various positions, serving as general manager of Rodney Bay Marina in St. Lucia where he was responsible for more than 250 slips, a fully serviced boatyard and the Upland retail space. He also opened North Cove Marina at Brookfield Place and oversaw the installation of new docks and infrastructure. During his tenure, the marina hosted an America’s World Series event and the Vendee Globe Ocean Masters. Additionally, Bryan was responsible for the operations of Newport Yacht Club and Marina in Jersey City and Montauk Yacht Club in the Hamptons.
Each promotion will help IGY Marinas continue its robust growth in key regions. With a diverse collection of 15 luxury yachting destinations in seven countries, the company recently transitioned its marketing partnership at Red Frog Beach Marina to an ownership/management agreement, and has partnered with innovative boating service application, Boatyard, to expand its value-added customer offerings.
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About IGY Marinas
Based in Fort Lauderdale, FL, IGY Marinas is reputed to be the largest international marina company in the world and a leading point of contact for vessels in the western hemisphere. The company’s network includes 15 marinas operating in 7 countries, with the newest location in Miami Beach (United States, Colombia, Mexico, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, Panama, and Turks & Caicos); more than 8,000 unique vessels serviced annually and approximately 100,000 customers each year. With more than 2,000 slips under management, IGY Marinas caters to a variety of markets, including sportfish, cruise, sail and megayacht. With more than 300 slips accommodating vessels over 80 feet (24 meters), IGY’s marinas are also leading destination ports for some of the world’s largest yachts - servicing more than 900 superyachts per year.
Additionally, IGY Marinas boasts one of the world’s leading large-vessel support networks, the IGY Anchor Club Strategic Partners, which encompasses an array of services from provisioning to crew training, along with health and maritime travel. IGY Marinas also hosts top international sailing, fishing and nautical-related events, making its marinas highly sought after maritime activity destinations. With a passion for giving back on a global scale, the company supports its marinas twice a year as part of its “Inspire Giving through You” philanthropic initiative.
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