Vince Morvillo


This e-SEMINAR is open to YBAA members and CPYB designated Yacht Sales Professionals who are Principals, Owners and Managers.. Please take note of new Participation Guidelines before registering. Participation is limited to the first 30 registrants!

When: TUESDAY, April 21 at 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Eastern 

Where: In the comfort of your own office, home, etc … call-in instructions will be emailed to you after you register.


These e-SEMINARs are FREE to all participants, however, advanced registration is required. Participation is limited to the first 30 registrants. Please review the Participation Guidelines. This e-SEMINAR is for YBAA members and CPYB Designated Yacht Sales Professionals who are Principals, Owners and Managers.

Moderated by Vince Morvillo, CPYB, Sea Lake Yacht Sales

Join moderator, Vince Morvillo, in reviewing the existing YBAA Courtesy Showing Protocol and exploring the possibility to expand it to include a Client Registration Protocol. Is client registration practical in the current market environment? Do Yacht Sales Professionals have exclusive rights to a client and if so under what circumstances? Help determine if a Client Registration Protocol is necessary or even practical and if so, what are the key ingredients to a meaningful protocol? 

Register Now!

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