Harlequin London to hold yachting workshops in partnership with ACREW

Harlequin London has announced it has teamed up with ACREW to deliver a series of workshops at boat shows and shipyards around the world. 

The workshops are aimed at delivering Harlequin's knowledge and expertise of luxury tableware and interior accessories to superyacht crew, with the aim of setting new standards across the industry.

The partnership comes right at the start of the new spring season, seeing yacht crews all over the globe readying their vessels for a busy few months.

Harlequin begins training this Friday in Antibes, where its very own experts Alan and Romany will provide training on how to care for fine tableware and interior accessories. Crew attending the Antibes Yacht Show are being offered free tickets here.

The wealth of high-end products that need to be cleaned, maintained and stored effectively on a superyacht add a unique set of challenges to a stewardess' responsibilities. Harlequin’s hands-on workshop session will reveal some trade secrets, and provide useful advice and tips on the care of products. Armed with an array of cleaning products, crew will be shown how to remove stains and blemishes from tableware and interior accessories without causing damage or compromising their lifespan.

Also covered is information on how to deal with minor repairable damage, and the perennial issue of re-ordering damaged goods and items that are beyond the point of repair.

After this week's session in Antibes, Harlequin will join ACREW at the Palma Superyacht Show from April 28th to May 2nd. At this session, Harlequin will discuss wines including what wines travel well, and how to choose glassware that compliments the wine choice.

Harlequin's training schedule also includes appearances at the Monaco Yacht Show, and IMS Shipyard in Toulon.

For more information, visit Harlequin London.

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