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Crew Matters

FIBS 2015

Developing Crew Longevity During the Fort Lauderdale boat show this year Yacht Info hosted by Royal Huisman, held a number of highly successful panel discussions. Senior figures from across the industry made themselves available to share their thoughts and insights on a number of key issues. Audiences were encouraged to …

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Introducing IMS Shipyard

In April 2015 IMS Shipyard completed works at the new IMS 700 facility in Toulon; a 25€ Million project to convert a former naval base into a state of the art superyacht refit facility. CEO Denis Pellegrino has proudly confirmed that the IMS shipyard (IMS 300 and IMS 700) is …

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Invisible Crew / USP

The revolution against boring and impersonal CV’s has begun! Wasn’t it about time there was a medium that would allow job seekers, whether experienced or green, to show recruiters and employers more than just their work history upon first contact. Over the past year a team of great programmers and …

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ACREW : Monaco Yacht Show 2015

The dust has finally settled following the ACREW Monaco Lounge, in partnership with Warsash Superyacht Academy, at La Rascasse from 23rd – 25th September for the Monaco Yacht Show. At ACREW we are absolutely thrilled with the turnout for this year’s event, it was certainly the place to be during …

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New website for The Crew Coach!

The team at The Crew Coach are thrilled to announce today the launch of our brand new website at www.thecrewcoach.com. The result of many months of hard work behind the scenes, we are very proud today to see the new site live and online. The goal of the new site …

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Crew turnover – still an issue …..and counting!

  As the industry is set to expand even further in the coming years, experienced crew have little difficulty finding work. The costs of replacing crew is significant; direct costs of upwards of €10,000 to replace one crew member, and let’s not forget the lost time, impact on crew dynamics …

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The PYA at the Monaco Yacht Show 2015

Important updates and discussion points raised for deck and engineering At this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, from 23rd-26th September, the PYA hosted its biggest programme of events to date. Offering something for every department onboard, the well-attended seminars and workshops were once again a popular contribution to the show. In …

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Vendée Globe Race – Justin Chisholm

With the start of the 2016-17 edition of the singlehanded Vendée Globe Race around the world just a little over a year away, the latest crop of IMOCA 60 designs have hit the water in Europe. A testimony to the strength of the IMOCA 60 class – or perhaps more …

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Yachting through fresh eyes!

Starting out in yachting as a newbie is a daunting journey. Even if you aren’t as young as the ‘young ones’ and think you have enough life skills to see you through – many find it hard to ‘weather’ life aboard. It’s tough making the leap into yachting, but then …

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Exciting news from The Crew Coach!

The Crew Coach and Interior Yacht Services join forces to provide a combined superyacht training solution Luxury yacht crew performance and interior service training specialists, The Crew Coach (TCC) and Interior Yacht Services (IYS) have joined forces to provide superyachts with a combined training solution that helps crew reach the …

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