SeaDream Yacht Club Names New Vice President of Sales, Americas West

SeaDream Yacht Club
SeaDream Yacht Club VP sales

The SeaDream Yacht Club has just appointed a new vice president of sales for its Americas West region: Brooke Lepisto.

In this role, she will be in charge of the sales of this region which comprises the Midwest, Northwest, Southwest, South Central, Rocky Mountain states as well as western Canada and Brazil.

Lepisto has spent the past nine years in the role of sales director for SeaDream. In a written release, the boutique cruise ship brand said that travel advisor and coworkers alike agreed that the energy and dedication she brings to her work is “contagious and inspirational.”


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In the release, Lepisto said that the regional team she will be managing represents a great group of talent and passion and that she is looking forward to “expanding the level of success this team has already demonstrated.”

Lepisto’s promotion brings “a highly experienced sales professional to the helm of a regional team tasked with increasing growth,” SeaDream said in the release.

She is an avid traveler, a tennis player and a graduate of the University of Florida. She also resides in Dallas, Texas with her fiancée and Shih Tzu. 

SeaDream Yacht Club's ships can hold a maximum of 112 guests and 95-person award-winning crew, taking travelers to small harbors and ports in the Caribbean and Mediterranean for four- to 13-day voyages.

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