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Miguel David Appointed Director of Catering Sales
at Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina

Montauk, New York, June 30, 2008 … Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina has announced the appointment of Miguel David as director of catering for the historic property, which is celebrating its 80th Anniversary.  Linda Cerra, general manager, made the announcement.

“It is a great pleasure to welcome Miguel to Montauk Yacht Club,” said Ms. Cerra.  “He brings important experience in first-class catering sales and marketing to his new role, as well as broad familiarity with Long Island’s East End.”

Miguel David was previously senior catering sales manager for Glen Cove Mansion, the landmark Long Island Gold Coast property located in Glen Cove, New York.  Prior to this appointment, Mr. David served as director of catering for Urban Kitchen of Providence, Rhode Island.  

Earlier in his career, David held the position of director of special events & retail food outlets for Aramark Corporation.  He has also previously served as senior catering sales manager for the Wyndham Tremont Boston.  

Mr. David is a graduate of the prestigious Johnson and Wales University of Providence, Rhode Island, where he earned a Bachelors degree in Hospitality Sales and Meeting Management.  He also holds a Bachelors degree in Hotel Restaurant Management and an Associates degree in Restaurant Institutional Management from Johnson and Wales.  He is relocating to Montauk.

About Montauk Yacht Club Resort Hotel & Marina

Founded in 1928 and situated along a 22-acre waterfront, the historic Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina has long been a perennial favorite playground for those who frequent the shores of Long Island's South Fork East End. The Resort actually began as three separate estates. The original club building was built by entrepreneur Carl Fisher, the master builder who turned Miami from a sleepy backwater town into a thriving resort city. Fisher had dreams of replicating his success with the small seaside village of Montauk by creating a playground for the rich and famous.  The club's original membership included Vincent Astor, J.P. Morgan, Jr., Nelson Doubleday, Edsel Ford, Harry Payne Whitney, Thomas Eastman, John Wanamaker and Harold S. Vanderbilt. Among the many guests was famed aviator Charles Lindbergh, who often flew his seaplane into the harbor to dock at the Marina.

Today, the Resort offers 107 comfortably-elegant guestrooms with views of Lake Montauk, including 23 Villa accommodations.  The Resort features superb dining in the Lighthouse Grill and lighter fare within the casual ambiance of Breeze’s Café.  Social and corporate groups are accommodated within flexible event space, including four conference rooms and a newly renovated ballroom, as well as extensive outdoor space.  Recreational offerings include a private beach, the Montauk Yacht Club Spa, tennis, outdoor and indoor pools, and golf at the nearby Montauk Downs, however the highlight is the property’s 232-slip marina -- recognized by Yachting magazine as a “Top Ten Marina Destination in North America, Mexico & the Bahamas.”  Home to the Brits vs. Yanks, Redbone, and Whitewater Challenger Montauk Yacht Club fishing tournaments, the marina accommodates vessels 250+ feet with a maximum 12+-foot draft, and features comprehensive on-site amenities, as well as signature Island Global Yachting services.  For reservations or more information, please call 888-MYC-8668 or visit  Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina is an Island Global Yachting destination (IGY)


Ken Ellens
Ken Ellens Communications 
201-758-2864 / 201-758-2865-Fax


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