Working across their offices in Monaco, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach and Palma, the international Moravia team comprises industry specialists with an impressive level of expertise.
Moravia Yachting announce its further expansion on the Spanish island of Mallorca. Adding to the team based in Palma de Mallorca, the Monaco-based company has announced the recruitment of Tim Carbury, experienced superyacht broker, who will join existing Palma-based sales broker Sam Tucker, to help secure central agencies and assist in the sale of yachts across the Balearics and beyond.
Moravia Yachting is backed by the power, resource, and expertise of the Hill Robinson Group – a company with over 20 years’ experience managing the world’s largest superyachts. Hill Robinson have had an office in Palma since 2017, and the addition of Moravia charter broker Caroline Hillier, and sales broker Sam Tucker, alongside Hill Robinson’s 11-strong team providing yacht management, technical management and crew recruitment, has enabled the company to boost brand awareness and better serve clients across the board.
“The company recognises the pivotal position Palma holds as a yachting hub for service and refit, as well as sales and charter, and we have grown our presence in Mallorca in a strategic way so as to better serve our clients’ needs. We can now assert the Hill Robinson Group as the leading provider for yacht management, sales and charter in the Balearics.” said Kurt Fraser, chief commercial officer, Hill Robinson Group.
With an ethos of privacy, discretion and professionalism, Moravia Yachting takes a highly personalised approach to fulfil the demands of its clients. Working across their offices in Monaco, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach and Palma, the international Moravia team comprises industry specialists with an impressive level of expertise. The Moravia brand is now a recognised and trusted name in the world of yacht brokerage.
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