It’s that time. Later this month, we’ll be hosting SuperyachtDESIGN Week 2016 - the event, more so than any other (we think), that needs senior crew. 

How many times do you step on board a yacht and think, “Why did the designer do that?” or “Why didn’t anyone tell the owner this material is so hard to clean he’ll end up replacing it every year?” It’s something we hear every time we speak to crew. So just imagine the chance to let it all out, and tell those naval architects, those ship builders and those interior designers what does and doesn’t work on board.

That’s what SuperyachtDESIGN Week is all about: getting the most creative minds of the superyacht industry together in once place. And what these creative minds need is a bit of operational input from those who will be using and living on their manifested imaginings on a daily basis. (We particularly recommend the ‘Crew vs Designer’ workshop on Wednesday 2 June.)

And if that’s not quite enough to peak your interest (although we’re pretty sure the chance to speak up for what crew need on board is appealing enough), it doesn’t end there. There’ll be supercars, cinema experiences and the SuperyachtDESIGN Week party - if you’ve been before, you’ll know why it’s a must.

We know how important crew are to the design sector, and that’s why senior crew will attend SuperyachtDESIGN Week as VIPs. Find out more about registering as a VIP here.

Not long to go! See you there.

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