Any other event can offer such rich and varied information to superyacht business professionals in few intesive days of meetings and discussions.
SCF – THE SUPERYACHT CAPTAINS’ FORUM
The Superyacht Captain’s Forum is a one-day event featuring expert panel debates and instructional seminars for captains, first offcers, chief engineers, yacht managers and industry professionals. Providing expert insight into the
current state of the superyacht market and candid advice on a range of subjects pertinent to senior superyacht crew, the forum is a must-attend event in the yachting calendar.
The large interest and the success that this new convention’s format, more fascinating and “interactive”, engender among both companies and captains is the confirmation that the modality of the business meeting is really appreciate and useful. The debate round tables are just for few selected participants and speak about specific arguments, with the captains as main characters in the discussion with companies, connected by reference environment: new building and refit, legal service and tax, crew services, painting, interior and equipment, electrical system and lighting, navigational and safety software, brokers, consortium and associations. There’s nothing better to deeply understand and off er a concrete conclusion from people that supply goods and services to people who need these stuffs.
SHIPYARDS AND DISTRICT TOURS
Captains and yacht managers will take part to two half-day tour, visiting the companies of the nautical districts of the territory districts of Tuscany.
The best solution to give to captains the real perception of the district’s excellence. The best opportunity to get own companies visited, through guided tours with fast and informal meetings.
B2C MEET THE CAPTAINS
The heart of YARE are the face2face meeting between companies and captains.
An absolutely informal way, very fast and effi cient, to meet 100 international captains and the yacht managers who will be present at the event.
An intense daily session where the companies could briefly introduce themselves and make contact with the selected list of the qualified guests.
YARE foresees convivial and stimulating situation in renowned places, where B2C meetings will be encouraged more through an informal contact, than through the rigidity of the gala dinner modality.