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YACHT AGENTS


THE FACILITATORS SPAIN


With 20 years’ experience operating on Ibiza and Formentera, Joe Buckle and The Facilitators Company provide a high-calibre hospitality and logistics service that reaches far beyond the concierge desk. The company work 1:1 with elite clients, family offices, yacht agents and international partners to manage complex travel and hospitality projects with precision planning and acute attention-to-detail. Highly experienced in VIP handling and special projects organisation on Ibiza, the Facilitator-lead teams assist Captain and Purser to provide superior experience management and also 24-7, on the ground co-ordination of all client and guest movements. The Facilitators Company is Ibiza’s only bespoke multi-service agency delivering a comprehensive solution to any given request. For more details Tel: +34 647 792 844 (What´s App) or visit www.thefacilitators.co


SAN REMO


Giglio Island to tend to a minor accident on board or sourcing a type of meat for dinner that is not readily available.


SIRACUSE At the other end of the country Gianmarco Mauceri


Boccadifuoco runs Siracusa


Boccadifuoco Yachting. In September 2019 14 mooring buoys with 50 ton blocks were installed for megayachts in the Siracusa marina: “This means yachts do not need to put their anchors stern to and it can be a great option for the winter season,” he explains. He had been working on preparing new itineraries, services and magical places to visit before Covid19


LIBERTY YACHT AGENCY FRANCE


In 2008, the LIBERTY company was born out of the desire to offer a tailor-made service to the clients of prestigious yachts and megayachts. For the past 12 years Fabrice Viard and his international team have been providing a 7/7 24h service, in order to assist crews and enable the guests and owner to enjoy to their time on board. LIBERTY has over the years developed a personalised relationship with each of its clients, enabling them to offer a tailor-made service, attentive to the constant market changes but, ready to satisfy each individual request. LIBERTY offers a complete range of services to its clients across the Mediterranean. For more details Tel: +33 (0)9 60 39 99 72 or visit www.libertyachts.com


ONBOARD | SPRING / SUMMER 2020 | 41


struck; “Right now is a very sad time but we hope the restrictions relax more as possible and people start to travel again.” He adds, “We always work with a ‘can do’ attitude no matter what the request, be it private excursions, provisioning, spas and massages, bunkering etc...”


Based out of San Remo but covering the Mediterranean and northern Europe, All Services was founded by Alessandro Sartore in 1980. Since the Italian lockdown began on 9th March 2020, the entire All Services team worked remotely but life is slowly getting back to normal. Alessandro has no idea how busy the season will evolve but he is fairly certain that supply will be greater than demand for chartering, although some reports suggest chartering will be popular with guests seeking to keep (or get) away from it all. Says Sartore, “In light of the current situation, our hope is to be able to work this summer and thinking up new services remains a simple mental exercise. But we are confident to see yachts arriving and as ever will deliver and faultless services.”


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