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FLIBS17: Superyachting 2.0

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Date(s) - Nov 2, 2017
10:00 am - 11:00 am

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A panel of executives representing a wide breadth of experience and knowledge will examine the next generation of superyacht owners, their sense of adventure and desire to explore the oceans beyond the usual destinations.

Marilyn Mower, Editor-at-Large at Boat International Media, will moderate a panel with

  • Mark Vermeulen, Product Director SeaXplorer and Yacht Support, DAMEN Shipyards Group;
  • Patrick Lahey, President of Triton Submarines; and
  • Rob McCallum, Co-Founder EYOS Expeditions.

Together, they will discuss the changing superyachting experience, what the market looks like, the latest advancements, and how these new demands of the client affect naval architecture and the building of superyachts.

Light refreshments will be served and event will also offer the opportunity to view the Triton 1650/3 LP on board, which is otherwise not open to the public. Space is limited. Request invite here.

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