Brookes Bell, the international marine consultancy and marine surveying firm, has launched a new website that outlines the full suite of services they provide to superyacht owners and future owners. The new website has been developed to highlight how a combination of creativity and compliance can ensure that errors are omitted throughout the entire superyacht lifecycle, through new build, refit and rebuild.

“Our bespoke technical support allows designers to retain the innovation and imagination that are paramount in superyacht design, whilst still conforming to regulatory compliances,” explains Adam Whittle, senior consultant in Brookes Bell’s superyacht division. “Our naval architects offer the visionary superyacht owner bespoke design solutions to enhance the comfort, safety and efficiency of their yachts.”

After a number of years working on the more reactive side of the superyacht market, that of casualty investigation, forensic analysis, dispute resolution and as expert witnesses, Brookes Bell is all too aware of the potential pitfalls that a lack of due diligence and compliance can reap. Over the last few years, Brookes Bells has decided to transfer its skills to the ‘brighter’ side of the superyacht market by providing its services during the design and construction period of a build, thereby avoiding the need for dispute resolution and the long list of reactive services previously stated.  The new website provides a one-stop-shop for owners and their teams who wish to employ the use of these services.

Brookes Bell will be attending The Superyacht Forum 2018 as partners from 12-14 November in Amsterdam. To enquire about their superyacht services, or join in the debate for "The Perfect Customer Journey", click here to register your place. 


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