Northrop & Johnson has added Natascha Weber to its Palma de Mallorca team in Spain.
Weber launched her career in Mallorca in the early ’90s with a PA job for the local Fairline dealer, followed by a brokerage company, then onto Dahm International where she worked as the sales listing assistant. This is where she was given the opportunity to create a charter retail and management department from scratch.
Dahm International was sold some years later, becoming Sea Independence where Weber stayed until she was offered a job at Koch, Newton & Partners doing charter retail and charter management. This company was then acquired by Merrill Stevens, which was taken over by Fraser Yachts in 2009.
“Natascha is very well known in the charter world and an inviting and helpful person, readily happy to assist in matters such as Spanish tax laws, charter permits and new legislations with regards to charter, recently eased by the Spanish government,” says Northrop & Johnson director/broker Joost Goverts.
Weber is also a full individual member of the MYBA and has served in MYBA’s membership committee as well as in its Boat Show committee. She is currently a member of the Yachtfolio panel.