Welcome to Three New Additions to our Yacht Management and Charter Marketing Teams
We are delighted to welcome three new team members to our Yacht Management and Charter Marketing Division this month, Oxana Vergne, Bridget Featherby and Dominique Stinton.
Firstly, we would like to welcome Charter Marketing Assistant Oxana Vergne as the newest member of the Camper & Nicholsons team in Monaco. Having studied Geography and English at Moscow State University, Oxana went on to work within advertising, travel and events before her life brought her to the yachting industry. Oxana brings with her a wealth of yachting expertise gained from five and a half years spent working in the Sales Division of a leading yacht brokerage company. Dedicated to client satisfaction and care, Oxana looks forward to her new role as assistant to our European Charter Director, Sacha Williams, and providing additional support to the Charter Marketing team.
Meanwhile over in our Yacht Management Division Bridget Featherby has joined us to replace Lorraine Hanrahan for the duration of her maternity leave. Bridget hails originally from Yorkshire and went to college in Nottingham and Leeds. She then discovered yachting and spent 15 years working on yachts cruising throughout the world, before putting down roots in France. Many of you will know Bridget from her previous roles within the yachting industry, in particular her 10 years as Office Manager for the Professional Yachting Association. Bridget’s extensive contacts and all round industry knowledge will be a great asset for our team and help with her new role within our Yacht Management Division as Crew Administrator, handling crew paperwork for the ISM and MLC 2006 compliant vessels.
And last but not least, Dominique Stinton has joined our Yacht Management Division in the role of yacht accounts manager, covering Lisa Pegrum’s maternity leave. Dominique left her home country of Wales in 1996, when she started her life abroad working in hospitality on the island of St Marten. From there she lived and worked in several different countries, including Canada and the Netherlands, until she discovered the yachting industry in 1998. Since then she has worked her way up from stewardess/deckhand on smaller yachts to Chief Stewardess. She has very diverse experience within the industry, working on private and charter yachts in many different locations. After 15 years of being at sea she has decided to settle in France to make use of her yachting experience and MBA in Management and French.
We wish all three of our new joiners a very warm welcome and look forward to working with them over the coming months.