Over recent years, an increasing number of yacht management companies have joined the increasingly saturated management market, and with increasing regulations the debate surrounding whether or not to be supported by a management company is happening less and less. Regulations, quite simply, need management, whether that’s in the form of a full-service management company supporting the captain and owner in everything from crew payroll to MLC compliance, or whether it’s a simple case of Voluntary ISM.
With the management sector and regulatory sphere growing side by side, therefore, understanding the value (monetary and operational) of a good management company is pertinent to the forward movement of the superyacht industry. And, it’s important the industry as a whole understands what constitutes a good management company from those who are, realistically, dealing with managers on a daily basis – the captains.
Tell us what works about management and what doesn’t, and which management companies have supported you and which haven’t.
So SuperyachtNews is calling captains to action: take this short survey (all answers are completely anonymous) and tell us the good, the bad and the ugly about management. Tell us what works about management and what doesn’t, and which management companies have supported you and which haven’t. The results will form our Management Market Report in Issue 179 of The Superyacht Report, in what we believe will be the most in-depth management-focused data set provided to the superyacht industry to date.
Click here to take the survey – it will take just five minutes to complete and all answers are anonymous.
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