Elif Yener

Mike Burns, President of North South Nautical Group Inc., recently announced that Elif Yener has joined the North South Yacht Sales division. “We are pleased that Elif has decided to join the NSYS group.  As an avid boater, combined with a successful yacht sales background, Elif is a great addition to our sales team.” stated Burns.

Originally from Turkey, Yener has a background as a Marketing Manager.  In 2009, she joined her husband as owner/operators of a successful Yacht Brokerage at Kalamis Marina, in Istanbul. Only a few years ago, Elif and her family moved to Canada to seek new ventures in the marine industry, and to raise their growing family.

According to Burns: “With a wealth of knowledge, and with well established contacts not only in Canada, but throughout Europe and the United States, we’re looking forward to working with Elif as she continues to work with her existing, and new clients alike.
Yener commented “I’m excited about my move to North South Yacht Sales. I want to be able to deliver a level of service to my customers that North South Nautical Group will be able to offer for years to come.” 
Elif is delighted to be joining the yacht brokerage team of North South Yacht Sales and is looking forward to continuing on with her successful yacht brokerage career.  She will be based out of the Port Credit office.

Specializing in the sale of pre-owned power and sailing yachts, North South Nautical Group Inc. has brokers located in Port Credit (Head Office), St. Catharine’s, Georgian Bay and Ottawa.  NSNG is the first in Canada, and one of a few select yacht sales operations to attain the rating of “Endorsed Brokerage” by the Certified Professional Yacht Broker program.

Did you stop by to visit North South Yachts at the Port Credit Boat Show this past weekend?

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