Friday, 18th May 2018
Boutique super yacht brokers Cecil Wright & Partners have announced they are expanding their operation to include a Channel Island office, in addition to their main offices in St James (London) and Monaco.
The astute team at Cecil Wright have become aware of the growing importance of The Channel Islands to their market, with a number of residents from the Islands owning and, in particular, chartering yachts based in the Mediterranean. With no large yacht specialists represented, Cecil Wright & Partners are pleased to announce that they will be bringing their discrete and personal service directly to Channel Islands based clients by opening an office in Jersey, on St. Helier’s historic Hill Street.
The Jersey office will be managed by Cecil Wright Director and Sales Broker Matthew Ruane, who, while continuing to travel between the head offices on a weekly basis, will be receiving clients by appointment at 10, Royal Court Chambers, St Helier. Matthew will be joined regularly by Cecil Wright’s head of Charter, Lucinda Rosen.
Cecil Wright & Partners was founded in 2014 by Chris Cecil Wright, one of the superyacht industry’s most respected and successful brokers, with the aim of establishing a boutique brokerage based on extensive knowledge of the market, years of experience and unbeatable contacts. Having built, sold and chartered some of the world’s finest yachts and with a keen interest in the latest analytical technology available, Chris and his team are perfectly placed to assist clients and offer the highest level of personal service.
The Cecil Wright philosophy is “fewer clients, serviced better”, and this is not just a clever tagline. The ability to meet face-to-face with clients in locations that suit them best is very important to the team, and the elegant space that they are sharing with CCA International Galleries provides exactly that. Matthew and Lucinda look forward to welcoming Channel Island-based clients to this discrete and personal environment in the near future.Download Article