Brendan Barry Marks Cruise Ship’s Maiden Call to Port Everglades


Brendan Barry Marks Cruise Ship’s Maiden Call to Port EvergladesBrendan Aloysius Barry, a Florida Bar Board Certified Real Estate attorney in Shutts & Bowen’s Fort Lauderdale office, welcomed the “Odyssey of the Seas” to Port Everglades on Saturday, July 31, on behalf of the 130 corporate members of the Port Everglades Association.

At 1,138 feet long, 135 feet wide, 169,000 gross tonnage, a cruising capacity of 5,498 passengers, and 1,550 full time professional crew, Captain Per Kristofferson confirmed this is the first time a Quantum-Class cruise liner has ever berthed in the United States.

Port Everglades Association represents all of the major users of Port Everglades, and Shutts has been an active member of the Board of Directors for decades. Brendan and other Shutts partners regularly counsel clients in port-related matters.

Pictured here are Maxine Gomez, President of DryTech 24/7 and member of Port Everglades Association; Michel Udine, Vice Mayor of Broward County; Per Kristofferson, Captain of Odyssey of the Seas; Brendan Aloysius Barry, partner at Shutts & Bowen; Dale Holness, Broward County Commissioner; and Jonathan Daniels, Chief Executive & Port Director of Port Everglades.

About Brendan Aloysius Barry

Brendan Aloysius Barry is a partner in the Ft. Lauderdale office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Real Estate Practice Group. A Martindale-Hubbell AV® rated attorney, Brendan has been recognized by Florida Super Lawyers in Mergers and Acquisitions and is Florida Bar Board Certified in Real Estate. As a member of the Board of Directors of the Port Everglades Association, Brendan regularly consults port-related businesses and business owners in commercial matters.

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