David Walters Yachts @ Port Annapolis Marina; Annapolis, MD
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David Walters Yachts

Certified Professional Yacht Broker
Florida Licensed

About Erik

Background

        Erik has been involved in the marine industry for over a decade. He started his brokerage career with Martin Bird & Associates in Annapolis in 2014. Prior to that he was a successful Store Manager with West Marine, winning many top accolades including multiple District Store of the Year awards. Erik was born in New York where he learned to sail at a young age on the Hudson River. In the mid-1990's his family moved to Annapolis, where his fondness of the Chesapeake grew by being involved in sailboat racing, fishing, and other water related activities.


        To further is career as a yacht broker Erik attended continuing education training and was granted certification as a Certified Professional Yacht Broker in 2017. His drive to ensure his clients needs are met is paramount. Erik believes that his job is never done with any client, and that the personal assistance he provides clients, some years after they make their purchase, is what sets him apart from other brokers in the industry. Erik is known to be very personable and easily explains different vessels and their systems, making it a pleasant experience for both buyers and sellers as they not only get to know their boat better, but understand how to remedy issues along the way. He has a wide breath of yacht sales experience, from blue water yachts to center console fishing boats, picnic boats, sport fishers, racing sailboats, trawlers and motor yachts.When Erik is not showing boats you can find him on the Bay on his Scout center console or being involved in the sailboat races out of Annapolis and around the East Coast.

Pictured : Summer 2017 with family in Norway/Sweden

A heart for the water.

I participate in several of the major East Coast regattas annually. Picture : Newport Annual Regatta 2014 onboard Farr 30 Blockade Runner Skippers Bruce Bingman/Taran Teague

A winning spirit.

Accepting the 2nd place trophy for Wednesday Night Racing at Annapolis Yacht Club from then Vice Commodore now Commodore Jim Ellis.