Pimentel Speaks About Resignation from SeaDream Yacht Club

Larry Pimentel, former president and CEO, SeaDream Yacht Club, briefly responded to a Travel Agent inquiry with a bit more detail as to the reason for his resignation from the luxury cruise firm.

"Due to fundamental disagreements I had with SeaDream's principals regarding the direction of the company, I concluded it was appropriate for me to resign from my position with the company," said Pimentel. "I am proud of the fine group of employees who I leave behind, and wish them and the SeaDream organization well."

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