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UPFRONT DO THE MATHS: SUMMER STRESS


What are the most stressful situations during charter season? Call from the Boss


Argument with crewmember 17% 26% OPEN TO QUESTION


What’s your favourite, or most beneficial show or event in the yachting calendar?


Aircon malfunction 5 am Kitchen call 12% 20%


TOM BLENCOWE, MATE Monaco Yacht Show - the exhibitioners realise that a significant part of yachting is the crew, because not only are we the nuts and bolts of the industry, but for their products to reach the owner’s ears or eyes, they first have to impress the crew.


Queuing to berth in Saint Tropez 10%


BURCIN YAVRU, DECK CREW Monaco Yacht Show – the most prestigious yacht show in the world that gives us the opportunity to meet new yachties and share experiences. Plus, lots of brands sharing their technology or wine testing crew parties! F1 museum and the night life is the best in the Med I think.


FISH EYE


THE NUMBER OF METRES PER SECOND THAT SOUND TRAVELS IN WATER, WHICH IS NEARLY FIVE TIMES FASTER THAN IN AIR.…..


BIKI is the world’s first bionic underwater drone that is also the only underwater robot featuring automated


balance, obstacle avoidance, and return to base. Impressive stuff. By supporting a 4K camera, BIKI presents you with the best view from underwater. You can swim with the camera for 90-120 minutes and at a depth of up to 60m. Even during high-speed motion or in darkness, BIKI is capable of stabilising the camera for smooth videos and sharp photos. Kickstarter delivery planned for September 2017.


JOHN SAWYER, CAPTAIN Palma Boat Show - because it’s changed its focus/market and growing now year on year. It’s a small familiar yacht show where you can actually in a short couple of hours see medium sized yachts and meet with people who actually have time.


CHARLES LAUGHEAD, CHEF & PROVISIONER


VIVA ZAPATA


Jetpack by ZR® is a system allowing the user to fly in a seated position. It is less demanding on the riders balance and dexterity. It utilises the latest transparent hydraulic technologies and ultra-modern design and is equipped with a 5 point harness


manufactured by an FIA homologated company as well as a release clip triggered by finger pressure. www.flyboard.com


Monaco Yacht Show - hands down! The social aspect of Monaco is quite nice but the event is always fruitful for our company. It’s a wonderful opportunity for us to visit with our clients on the Med. It also affords us an opportunity to pre-plan with our clients for any of their upcoming Caribbean season.


JAMES SCOTT, MATE


The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever


Jacques Cousteau


Düsseldorf Boat Show - fantastic in the down season to visit a show that catered this year for superyachts. Great technical advice is available, so go armed with your winter snagging/wish list as you get the answers you want.


ONBOARD | SUMMER 2017 | 15


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