The Global Superyacht Forum, now in its 22nd year, has shaped, guided and influenced the superyacht market since its inception. The annual event, held this year from 14 – 16 November in Amsterdam, continues to keep abreast of industry trends, issues and innovations, to provide a pertinent and engaging programme for those in attendance.
In order to ensure the programme is tailored to the current needs of the industry, the team behind the event will host an intimate round-table event in May with selected superyacht professionals. The discussion will include representatives from each sector of the industry, with brokers, shipyards and design studios, yacht managers, yacht associations, owner advisors and more, the working lunch will provide an expert insight into the market.
A workshop session in 2015
The comments and ideas from the round-table will comprise the backbone of the 2016 programme, with the dialogue between industry experts driving the event theme, keynote sessions and workshop topics.
To share your opinions, request a speaker or introduce a topic for discussion at the round-table debate and the event this November, contact programme manager Rachel Rowney by emailing email@example.com.
The event in 2015 saw industry heavyweights, inspirational explorers, aviation experts and innovative creative minds take to the stage. These keynote sessions were complemented by a range of industry-focused workshops, tackling issues and examining the latest in fuel, regulations, crew, communications and more. View the programme and event materials from last year here.
Registration for the Global Superyacht Forum opens on 1 April. To reserve your place, click here.
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