A guide to superyacht laundry
The laundry never stops on a superyacht. From guest outfits to crew uniforms, there’s always a new stain to get out or a new batch of washing to do, and the pressure to get everyone’s clothes cleaned, dried and ready to wear in short spaces of time can be extremely demanding.
With the help of some of our friends in the industry, we’ve taken a look at how to organise your laundry on board, decoding all those laundry symbols, as well as written guides on making your laundry process more eco-friendly.
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As a superyacht stewardess, you will know too well the daily task that is yacht laundry. Although you may quickly get to grips with this on-going chore, the task itself can often present an ongoing learning curve. Yachting Pages' guide to organising superyacht laundry providing laundry tips for the busy stew.
A superyacht stewardess will be responsible for the pressing, folding and storage of all linens on board, and maintaining immaculate cleanliness and hygiene in the yacht’s laundry department. When time doesn't allow for all linens to be completed, she will also manage external laundry services. Yachting Pages presents a guide to outsourcing yacht laundry.
It's every stewardess’s worst nightmare to pull out an expensive piece of clothing or delicate linen from the washer to find that the stain that you were tasked to remove remains - or worse, the item has become damaged or dis-coloured. We advise on decoding care labels and removing common stains on board.
Get flawless laundry with these simple eco-friendly tips. Many laundry products and practices damage the environment and are especially toxic to marine life - but it doesn’t have to be this way! Treating the environment right is simple and cost-effective with these savvy laundry hacks.