The World Sailing’s Training Scholarship is held from 5th September to 22nd October this year and six National Olympic Committees (NOC) are taking part in the training session. It is held at the World Sailing Executive Office in Great Britain’s Southampton.
There will be a host of theoretical and practical subjects that will be covered over the long seven week course. Last year’s training program was a huge success and this has prompted NOC’s of The Dominican Republic, Fiji, Myanmar, Ukraine and Romania take part in the training program. The attendees of this training will be taking home all the wealth of knowledge that they gain from this training to their respective nations to share with their World Sailing Member National Authority (MNA). (more…)
The GP14 World Championships 2016 have really captured the vision of both steady GP14 sailors as well as those from other packs with more than hundred yachts from 7 different nations registered for the Easter tournament.
For a Class predominantly based in the United Kingdom and Ireland; the 2016 Worlds popularity has undoubtedly got to be the location. By the end of March, Barbados will be flooded with around 400 sailors and their families looking to combine a top class event with a luxury holiday. (more…)
United States’ largest boat retailer is flourishing into the charter business for luxury boats. Fort Lauderdale’s Bob Saxon Associates has joined MarineMax Inc., stated Chuck Cashman, the executive vice president of marketing, sales, as well as manufacturing relations at the Clearwater firm. Cashman told that this is not a pure acquisition, it is just that Bob Saxon Associates has been folded into.
It is not recent that MarineMax had been searching for the perfect scope to get into the whole yacht management, luxury charters and crew placement scene for years, said Cashman. He began talking to Saxon regarding a partnership around 6 months ago.
Cashman told that within their firm, one of the services they know they needed to provide to customers was yacht management, crew placement and charters. That was a hole we had in their portfolio of services. They could get it done, but they did not have control over it. 78% of big boat buyers, boats over hundred-twenty feet, have chartered prior to making a purchase. Now they can facilitate that. At the very same time, there are people who purchase a big yacht with the intention of chartering that. This offsets their costs.
Chartering a big yacht can offer the owner important revenue, as some yacht charter for US$ 100000 a week, said he. MarineMax president and CEO Bill McGill told that Bob Saxon Associates is a natural fit for MarineMax.