New head of superyachts

Chris Warde is the new head of superyachts at ChartCo Chris Warde is the new head of superyachts at ChartCo

ChartCo has appointed Chris Warde as head of superyachts to oversee the company’s expansion plans in the sector.

Chris first joined the superyacht industry a decade ago and his CV includes five years in sales and marketing with Sunseeker and three years helping to establish a superyacht recruitment brand.

“I am thrilled to be joining ChartCo at such a transformative time. The company’s superyacht division has just signed five new clients in one week and I look forward to building on this success,” he said.

ChartCo CEO Martin Taylor added: “The superyacht business is thriving – whether it be for new builds, refits or active yachts reviewing their options and we are delighted to have Chris on board to help us expand further in this field.”

Chris will replace Terry Smallwood who is to retire.

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