REFIT & REPAIR GUIDES
Whenever a superyacht requires refit, repair or maintenance, the crew will be implicated in some way. They may be required to help prepare the yacht, be a part of the work itself or alternatively have downtime to relax and improve their qualifications.
Our Yachting Pages crew guides, created in collaboration with refit and repair specialists, are on hand to help you through the period, whatever your involvement in the refit is.
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2G Marine discusses the comprehensive processes undertaken to complete a superyacht refit, the importance of in-depth consultation to ensure the clients' needs are met, and how to measure the success of each project.
Refits on superyachts are — more often than not — huge undertakings involving masses of labour hours, dozens or hundreds of people, and ongoing administration work. We've written a guide on helping you ensure your next refit goes flawlessly.
Many crew – especially the greens of the industry – haven't been through a refit or repair. We've written a guide on what crew will typically be doing during a refit or repair, and how to ensure that the whole operation goes as smoothly as possible for everyone involved.
When the start of the refit season begins after a long exhausting season for crew, the battle begins to get everything in place for next year. Yachting Pages spoke to a range of industry experts to give all superyacht crew facing this situation a few tips in order to make their life easier, both during the refit season and afterwards.