Yacht life can change in a flash, but as one crew has learned, even a total disaster often ends with heartwarming bonds and memories to last a lifetime.
Cost, time, and scope of work — change one, change them all
When it comes to the interior, no one is better positioned to plan, protect, prioritize and track progress.
The formula for a successful yard period includes precaution, communication and courtesy.
It’s up to the engineer to know what a yacht needs and what a yacht wants — and to clarify the difference.
A successful refit requires that you hit the ground running and maintain a steady pace.
Modifications that don’t account for regulations can be disastrous on budget, time, future use and resale value.
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