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Competition, workshops for interior crew at Monaco

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Stews, don’t miss the chance to strut your stuff at the Monaco Yacht Show this year. G.U.E.S.T. (Guidelines for Unified Excellence in Service Training) is offering a variety of competitions and workshops for interior crew.

  • Interior Training Workshops
    Date: Monday, Sept. 25
    Time: 3-6 p.m.
    Where: Mozza restaurant (a 15-minute walk from the port of Monaco)
    What: Two days before the official start date of the show, G.U.E.S.T. will offer three one-hour workshops on the topics of service, wine appreciation, and food and safety. Registration for each workshop opens soon.
  • Tablesetting, Cocktail & Canapé Competition
    Date: Wednesday, Sept. 27
    Time: Throughout the day
    Where: Monaco Yacht Show
    What: The fourth edition of this competition is open to all yachts in the show, as well as those anchored just outside the port. The theme this year is “Ocean Wonderland,” to highlight the two important causes of ocean conservation and sustainable fishing, with all donations from participants going to L’Equipe Cousteau, whose mission is to “educate people to understand, to love and to protect the water systems of the planet, marine and fresh water, for the wellbeing of future generations”.
  • Seminar and Award Ceremony
    Date: Friday, Sept. 29
    Time: 3-5 p.m.
    Where: Yacht Club de Monaco
    What: After a presentation of the G.U.E.S.T. program and its value in improving the careers of interior crew, prizes will be awarded for the Tablesetting, Cocktail & Canapé competition that will have taken place earlier in the week.
  • Registration is required for all seminars, competition and award ceremony at www.guest-program.com.
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