Gerard Wainwright, chairman of Sealine,
shows PMY editor in chief Richard Thiel around
the company’s new flagship, the T60,
during its formal introduction on the island of Jersey
in June. During the event, Wainwright, who purchased
Sealine in 1990 and then sold it to Brunswick, announced
he will relinquish the title of managing director and
day-to-day management of the company but will retain
the title of non-executive chairman. Patrik von Sydow
will assume Wainwright's duties as of August 1.
This article originally appeared in the July 2004 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.
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