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Date(s) - Oct 23, 2014 - Oct 24, 2014
All Day

STP Shipyard Palma


ACREW and STP Shipyard Palma are pleased to announce the second edition of their Superyacht Professional Development events will take place on 23-24 October 2014.

ACREW will once again bring together some of the superyacht industry’s top experts; each of whom will offer a captains and crew an innovative workshop. Workshops cover topics targeted at every department on board; from a not-to-be-missed splicing session to a chef’s fruit carving workshop. And, following its success at our first event in May, we are pleased to confirm that Global Management-Formex will once again be leading Fire Fighting Practice for all crew.


STP Shipyard Palma have partnered with ACREW in the facilitation of these events in recognition of the need to support crew in continuous professional development. Not only will STP open its doors to all superyacht crew in Palma for the workshops but it will also host a series of networking events including lunches provided by Delicioso and a VIP cocktail evening.


All continuous professional development offered by ACREW at STP Shipyard Palma is free for crew. This time round, workshops include:


• Managing the interdepartmental tensions – Conflict aboard happens, dealing with it is optional! A leadership & Management workshop led by Karen Passman, Impact Crew

• Navigation and Outfit Maintenance facilitated by Da Gama Maritime.

• Testing & Treatment of ‘The Diesel Bug’ aboard Superyachts workshop by Oliver Rumford-Warr, Fuelcare.

• How to make the perfect cocktail. A workshop by Fine Wine Works, Escapade &


Where: STP Shipyard PalmaWhen: 23-24

Who: All superyacht captains and crew in Palma (both STP clients and visiting crew are welcome)

How: Captains and Crew register at

STP&ACREW Superyacht Professional Development event; bringing continuous professional development to crew in Palma.

For more information: Abigail Wallace, Managing Director, ACREW

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