IMA Relocates As Client List Grows

Monday, July 15, 2002
International Maritime Associates (IMA) recently expanded its Ft. Lauderdale offices, moving to a new location central to major shipyards, deep water dockage and local yachting vendors. Specializing in technical and management expertise for all levels of vessel construction, refit / service, and logistical support, IMA's new location at 1300 SE 17th Street, Suite 219, brings with it a team of experts specializing in a variety of yacht supervision skills. From project coordination to dockage and layout arrangements, galley and design services and information services, IMA's new offices were christened as one of their latest projects reached a milestone. "As we celebrate one of our newest projects - the keel laying ceremony for the 202' Project Phoenix at Lurssen - we are pleased to relocate our offices to the center of Ft. Lauderdale's prestigious yachting community," said Sabrina Farmer, IMA's President and CEO. International Maritime Associates was established to assist the yacht-owners' team in overseeing projects, monitoring both costs and efficiency of services. Managing directors Adrian Farmer (formerly project engineer aboard Cakewalk) and Mark Tortora, former operations coordinator for Bradford Marine, bring many years of diverse service and skills to the company.
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