June 2017 | Down East Yachting

Meet our new National Sales Manager!

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Jamie Bloomquist – National Sales Manager, Back Cove Yachts

Jamie has over 25 years of experience working in sales, marketing, and business development. He has worked as a professional photographer, founded two technology companies, and was the co-creator and President of USHarbors, delivering tide charts and marine weather for over 1,200 harbors nationwide.

Jamie grew up boating on Chautauqua Lake, in New York State but has spent the last 15 years living in Camden, Maine boating on Lake Megunticook and Penobscot Bay with his wife and two children.

Joey: 5 years with Sabre Yachts

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Hi All,

In this Sabre Work-iversary post, we’re featuring an interview with Joey, who recently celebrated five years with Sabre Yachts. Joey is part of another ‘Sabre Family’ – he and his brother Peter both work in Sabre’s woodshop. His friends here at Sabre have described Joey as hard working, positive, and kind, and we couldn’t agree more. We’d like to extend our sincerest thanks and congratulations to Joey on five awesome years!

Tell me something that was difficult but made you a better person:


What’s your favorite book?

Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea, by Jules Verne

Captain Nemo: The Fantastic History of a Dark Genius, by Kevin J. Anderson

The Story of Captain Nemo, by Dave Eggers

How would your best friend describe you?

Funny, kind, and gentle.

What super power would you like to have?

Deflect bullets.

Tell me about your earliest childhood memory:

Getting a bicycle when I was five.

If you could send a message back through time to your younger self what would you say?

Take care of yourself.

What’s your least favorite thing about the world today?

Littering and Pollution.

Tell me about someone who is your hero:

Babe Ruth and everything he stands for.

Do you have any regrets?


If you had to sell everything you owned, and could only keep one thing, what would you keep and why?

My dignity, because nobody can take that away from me.

What makes you proud?

Caring about people.

If you could talk to someone who has passed away who would you talk to and what would you say?

My father, and I would ask him how heaven is.

Tell me about the person who has impacted your life the most:

My mother.

When you were a kid what did you want to be when you grew up?

A hockey player and a fireman.

What’s the best advice you can give?

Learn how to get along with everybody else.