San Diego, CA April 6, 2018– JK3 Nautical Enterprises Inc. a premier yacht brokerage and dealer serving boating markets from San Diego to Seattle announced today the promotion of Diego Gomez to vice president of sales and operations. This position serves to support the operations of JK3 in the continued growth of is yacht sales and service business.
Following 5 years as a top producing agent for JK3, and with 15 years of experience in the recreational yachting industry, JK3 is excited to announce the promotion of Diego Gomez to this new role.
Diego will be sharing time between each of JK3’s four west coast locations, San Diego, Newport Beach, San Francisco, and Seattle, with the goal of increasing customer satisfaction across all brands and services, and strengthening the support network for its customers, vendors, and staff.
With strong ties to each of our markets, Diego understands the needs of JK3’s clients well.
Having grown up in Coronado, Calif., Diego was deeply involved in the sailing scene, racing and teaching for Coronado Yacht Club, and crewing aboard vessels from other southern California yacht clubs.
With family living in Seattle, Diego has had the pleasure of experiencing the incredible cruising grounds of the Pacific Northwest aboard power and sailing vessels large and small.
Most recently, Diego has been the regional manager of our San Francisco office, supporting our Northern California clients, where he is a member of the St. Francis Yacht Club and an active member of the boating community.
Diego came to JK3 5 years ago, expanding upon a career in the yachting industry which included time in the Superyacht industry, the Race Department at StFYC, the 34th Americas’ Cup, yacht management, youth sailing instruction, and various marine trades.
“I see JK3 at a real inflection point today, I’m really proud of our growth to this point, but I also recognize the areas we can improve.” said Gomez, “It is moments like these, that with a vision toward innovation, and the support of our team and customers, I get really excited about the future.”