Following the resounding success of the 2015 event, the Superyacht Design Symposium will be once again hosted by the beautiful setting of Kitzbuhel in the Tyrolean Alps from February 21 to 23, 2016.
Back and better than ever before, the next year’s event will be chaired by prestigious design critic Stephen Bayley and will host some of the biggest names in the design community – from superyachts to supercars, and beyond.
Early additions to the panel of speakers for 2016 include such acclaimed yacht designers as Espen Oino, Tim Heywood, Terence Disdale and Andrew Winch, as well as superyacht owner Brian O’Sullivan. The two-day Superyacht Design Symposium program will be also marked by the return of the highly entertaining Ski Cup presented by Foil, together with a selection of social activities that embrace the fabulous Alpine environment. The eagerly awaited 8th annual Superyacht Design Symposium will be chaired by Stephen Bayley, one of the world-renowned commentators on design. Participants to the 2016 Superyacht Design Symposium will be once again able to take advantage of a rich social programme, as well as the stimulating and challenging debates and a ski cup. This year’s Superyacht Design Symposium started in spectacular style at the beautiful Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt, positioned at the foot of Kitzbuhel’s slopes.
The event featured a selection of informative plenary sessions presented by an esteemed panel of experts including yacht owners and the industry’s most influential figures. After last year’s success, the technical workshops ran parallel to the panel discussions over both days of the Symposium.
The evening’s big winner was 73m mega yacht Grace E, which scooped the Environmental Protection Award, as well as prizes for her Naval Architecture, Exterior Design & Styling and Interior Design – a fantastic achievement for Picchiotti – Perini Navi Group and her designers Philippe Briand and Remi Tessier. 33m sailing yacht WinWin, styled by Javier Jaudenes with interior by Design Unlimited and the 48m Hoek-designed superyacht Wisp with interior styling by Rhoades Young both claimed trophies for Exterior and Interior Design in their sailing yacht categories. Swarovski awarded a Judges’ Commendation for an Outstanding Feature to superyacht Graceful for her stunning indoor swimming pool, designed by H2 Yacht Design and Blohm+Voss. The Young Designer of the Year was named as Timur Bozca, whose innovative design for a 55m sailing yacht secured him not only a Neptune but a cash prize of €5,000. A standing ovation followed an emotional speech from Lorenzo Argento as he awarded his friend Luca Brenta the Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to the yachting industry, referencing iconic yacht designs such as sailing yacht Nariida (ex Wallygator), luxury yacht Ghost, superyacht Logica and the B Yacht series to name a few. Day two brought the opportunity to get out on the slopes with delegates competing in the Blohm+Voss Ski Cup, presented by Foil. Yacht designer Lorenzo Argento finished with the fastest overall time for the second consecutive year and joined Giovanna Cabbia, the fastest female, on the winner’s podium. Boat International Media would like to thank their sponsors for helping to make the seventh edition of the Superyacht Design Symposium a great success. Monday, February 23, 2015 saw Britain steal the show at the prominent Superyacht Design Symposium in Kitzbuhel, Austria. The Awards aim to honour the creative talents behind the most innovative, elegant and inspiring new yacht designs for the world’s leading yacht design studios.
British Marine Federation (BMF) members, Redman Whiteley Dixon (RWD) and Design Unlimited were among the British companies to receive success at the Awards. The 33m sailing yacht WinWin, for which Design Unlimited was the interior designer, received the Interior Design Award – Sailing Yacht 30m to 39.99m. Mark Tucker of Design Unlimited comments on the project: “We were fortunate enough to design for an experienced owner with a clear vision of how he planned to use his yacht.
RWD was the interior designer on the winning motor yacht Como which picked up the Interior Design Award – Motor Yacht below 500GT. To support and develop UK design the BMF is working with representatives from across the superyacht sector on initiatives to promote British talent, such as Superyacht UK (SYUK) Young Designer Competition. Now in its seventh edition, the Superyacht Design Symposium, hosted with the support of Gold Sponsor, Swarovski, continues to draw the biggest names in the industry for two days of lively interactive presentation and debate about prevalent issues in superyacht design. Proceedings kick off on Sunday with a Welcome Cocktail at the exclusive Kitzbuhel Country Club for all delegates, speakers and sponsors. Day two approaches Glass as a Construction Material: A Window to the Future and how this impacts the future of yachts structurally and visually. As a result of the enthusiastic response to the breakout Technical Workshops that we instigated last year, a number of workshops for smaller groups of delegates will follow the panel discussions in the main room, allowing for more in-depth technical discussion. During the final Symposium session on Monday afternoon, the 2015 ShowBoats Design Awards will bring the specialist design skills of the superyacht industry’s most talented teams into the spotlight.
Inspired by the picturesque mountains, ski enthusiasts can take to the slopes to participate in the Blohm+Voss Ski Cup presented by Foil, hosted in the popular ski area of Oberndorf in Tirol – a charming village in the heart of the Kitzbuhel Alps set halfway between St. Boat International Media is proud to once again team up with Swarovski, Gold Sponsor of the Superyacht Design Symposium.
Now in its seventh edition, the Superyacht Design Symposium continues to draw some of the biggest names in the industry for two days of lively interactive presentation and debate about prevalent issues in superyacht design.
Guests of the Superyacht Design Symposium are invited to experience the Swarovski Surface Collection – the dazzling outcome of a creative partnership with British naval architect Martin Francis. Its tactile sensuousness and lyrical power are testament to Swarovski crystals’ potential for playing with light, reflections and colour, lending sophisticated refinement to a variety of interior spaces. In addition to his iconic yacht designs, Martin Francis is well known for his glass engineering, with previous projects including the Louvre pyramid in Paris.
Swarovski offers guests of the Superyacht Design Symposium the opportunity to discuss ideas and current projects with their technical experts on site. By focusing on highest optical performance, functional innovation and cutting-edge design, Swarovski Optik has successfully carved its position as the premium brand in its sector. Today, the outstanding performance of Swarovski Optik products no longer serve only professional users – ranging from fire lookouts in Canadian forests, researchers in the Antarctic, air controllers and hunters – but anyone requiring absolute reliability and precision. Attendees of the Symposium will have the rare opportunity to try out Swarovski optical products.
Set to take place at the fabulous Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt in Austria from February 24 to 25, 2014, the Superyacht Design Symposium is an essential event for owners, captains, project managers, builders, naval architects, as well as designers. Tickets for the Superyacht Design Symposium are priced at €995 plus VAT, however an exclusive early bird rate of €750 plus VAT is available to all delegates who book their tickets before December 2, 2013.
Optional ski programme on Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 February is also available at an additional cost. Boat International Media is pleased to announce that the next year’s ShowBoats Design Awards will be held at the magical Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens, Austria, on Monday,  February 24, following the first day of the Superyacht Design Symposium. Now in its fifth edition, the ShowBoats Design Awards brings the specialist design skills of the superyacht industry’s most talented teams into the spotlight. From the outset, founder Daniel Swarovski had a clear vision; to regard crystal not merely as a material, but as an inspiration. With the addition of the ShowBoats Design Awards to the two day Symposium agenda of interactive debates and discussions about design-based topics, elegant networking events and a ski programme, the 2014 edition is set to welcome more delegates and expert panellists than ever before. Following the close of entries, Boat International Media’s senior editors will meet to screen the nominees, trimming the list to a smaller number of outstanding finalists. Attendance at the ShowBoats Design Awards gala evening is included in the Superyacht Design Symposium delegate package.
Tickets for the ShowBoats Design Awards gala evening are also available to purchase separately. The next year’s Superyacht Design Symposium will be held at the Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt in Austria on February 24 to 25.
Attracting yacht owners, designers, builders and project managers, the event is an unparalleled platform for networking and sharing knowledge and ideas with the industry’s most influential figures. The inaugural ShowBoats Design Awards took place last night at the exclusive Mar A Lago Club, Donald Trump’s private members club in Palm Beach, Florida.
Tony Harris, Publisher of ShowBoats International, opened the evening by recognizing and thanking the yacht owners who commission and enable the creative teams and individuals who move the superyacht industry forward. ShowBoats Design Awards evolved from the design-focused awards previously a part of the Boat International Media World Superyacht Awards, as well as introducing a number of new categories. The Awards ceremony honours the Superyacht industry’s most creative talents including architects, designers, stylists, craftsmen, and innovators in yacht technologies. With more than 200 nominations for The Showboat Design Awards 2010, it was an incredibly tough task for the experienced panel. All qualifying superyachts were delivered during 2009 and have a length overall in excess of 30 metres.
Excitement is in the air in South Florida as delegates began arriving in Palm Beach for the 3rd Annual Superyacht Design Symposium.
During the SuperyachtDesign Summit in September last year, guest panelist and designer Stefano Pastrovich suggested that domotic or automated systems, such as those governing illumination and audio-visual appliances, have become overly complex and that this has the potential to spoil the owner’s enjoyment.
Assuming the client is amenable to this level of technology, I agree that tablet technology as the Graphic User Interface is currently the best alternative.  Generally, they are extremely cost effective, easily replaced and reloaded by crew, user friendly, and most importantly, tend to have very reliable wireless connectivity.
For clients who are less technologically inclined, we should not forget that the original remote that came with the consumer electronics will work just fine!

Our most successful vessels are built when there is recognition of the other side’s value even when the sides are opposed. On a practical note, some builds (Owner’s side usually) will hire ex-class surveyors to help bridge this gap.
Much of Class focus on rule development will be geared to the sectors that maximize their revenues- it is unreasonable to expect them to chase us. My experience with Class has been that when we can demonstrate equivalency, they have been pleased to accept it. Develop a relationship with your local surveyor so you have a foundation of trust when things go sideways. Where innovation does not compromise safety (at a purely technical level), there should only be a spirit of partnership.
As we add complexity, these dedicated spaces need to increase accordingly, and include services such as HVAC.
Screen concealment is complicated-optics can be affected if mirror or other surfaces are placed on top.
My personal pet topic for interior designers is the actual dimensions of TV screens (frame + screen). I am quite thrilled with the level of uptake the iPad or tablets have seen in the control element.
Shipyards have a very challenging task to construct the vessel in the time allowed and budget specified. Good contracts, with clearly defined outcomes and ways to resolve change requests, are the best way to set this relationship off on the correct path. Start early-infrastructure, racks, general concept of each space should be well defined in the specification. Dedicated project management is essential- no one understands the system as well as the supplier does and they need to advocate for it within the greater process of build. For a complete alphabetical list of panelists and attendees see the 2012 Superyacht Design Symposium Attendees. Thanks to Boats International Media for providing a great discussion forum and we look forward to the 2014 event! The 2014 Superyacht Design Symposium, hosted by Boat International Media, took to the slopes of Austria’s Kitzbuhel from 23-25 February hosting a international list yachting and luxury design delegates, yacht owners and superyacht industry professionals. The sold-out event focused on the future of superyacht design while affording yachting industry attendees with a dose of Alpine air for inspiration.
This year’s Symposium saw the introduction of Technical Sessions that provided small groups the opportunity to discuss more specific topics in a focused workshop. This exclusive platform for sharing knowledge and generating ideas also provided the unparalleled opportunity to network at a selection of sensational social events. The evening’s big winners included Palumbo and the creative team behind the innovative Columbus Sport Hybrid 40m, which picked up three awards for her fresh, elegant interior design, harmonious holistic design and environmental considerations. Day two saw the event capitalize on its new Alpine location with delegates taking to the slopes to compete in the Blohm+Voss Ski Cup. Participants of the Ski Cup were well supported by the crowd who enjoyed a lively apres ski party at finish line. How to CHARTER?As soon as you contact us your expert broker will guide you through the entire planning and preparation process of creating your individualized yacht charter trip making it inspiring and fun experience.
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Tied up together at the Castine Town Dock, a sampling of lobster boats and lobster yachts, were available for public visits last week in connection with a discussion of the Maine lobster boat design. Boating enthusiasts received a primer on lobster boats last week as some of the state’s top builders and designers gathered for a symposium on the Maine lobster boat design and its lobster yacht offspring.
The symposium was the kick-off event for the Castine Classic Yacht Race, and it included an open house on board several of the boats designed and built by the symposium speakers. The chairman for the symposium, Jon Johansen, editor of Maine Coastal News and the president of the Maine Lobster Boat Racing Association, got things started with a brief slide show depicting the evolution of the Maine lobster boat and the men who built and designed them. The changes have been remarkable as the working boats evolved from rowing vessels such as dories and peapods, to the Muscongus Bay and Friendship sloops which operated under sail, to the early make-and-break engines and automobile engines that eventually were replaced by the modern-day engines that can generate anywhere from 200 to 1,000 horsepower. While some of the need for speed is driven by the annual lobster boat races, the size and speed of today’s lobster boats also reflects the changes in the industry, according to Peter Kass of John’s Bay Boats who designs and builds classic wooden lobster boats. Although Johansen noted that the builders had arranged themselves with wooden builders and those that favored fiberglass at opposite ends of the table, the only real disagreement of the symposium was about speed and efficiency.
In response to a question about efficiency, Doug Hylan, who builds and restores wooden boats at his yard in Brooklin, agreed that the changes in the fishing industry had resulted in bigger and faster boats. Others argued that while the bigger engines do burn a lot of fuel, especially at race speeds, they can be relatively efficient especially when you consider that they are working boats capable of carrying traps, gear and lobster. Glenn Holland, of Holland Boat Shop in Belfast, had his own idea about the efficiency of the powerful lobster boats.
Asked about the possibility of using jet drives on lobster boats, Richard Stanley, who builds wooden lobster boats on Mount Desert Island, said that it had been tried, but that it didn’t work well. Stanley said there have been a lot of problems with that type of engine, which he added, has become a “cash cow” for boat mechanics.
There’s no consensus on which design is better and the participants noted that each has its own good features. One consideration, according to Jamie Lowell of Lowell Brothers in Yarmouth, is that there are challenges to building the S-curve, built-down hull. The Abigail & Carter docked in Castine for the Castine Yacht Club Lobster Boat Symposium.
The unique and highly innovative format of the event continues to draw an elite audience for two days of stimulating and authoritative debate, complemented by fun-filled social events in and around the popular ski destination of Kitzbuhel. The event will return to the fabulous village of Kitzbuhel in the Tyrolean Alps, and will run from Sunday 21 to Tuesday 23 February, 2016. When I see a superyacht, I do not just see a spectacular boat, but a floating laboratory where taste and technology are in busy competition.
Delegates will be able to network with industry leaders at numerous cocktail receptions and dinners. The sell-out event, supported by gold sponsor Swarovski, played a host to an outstanding international list of delegates from both yachting as well as luxury design fields. These smaller groups provided the opportunity to discuss more specific topics in focused and highly interactive sessions. The prize giving ceremony was also held at the Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt and was attended by an esteemed audience including owners, designers and the creative teams behind the finalist yachts in the hope of winning the most coveted trophy: a Neptune.
Her thrilled owner Neville Crichton was present to collect the awards on stage along with his elated build and design team. In addition, the winner and five competition finalists will enjoy an all-expenses paid trip to the shipyard of Young Designer Of The Year Award Sponsor, Oceanco. The 76 brave entries had the challenge of flat light and snowy conditions to overcome whilst trying to get the fastest carve down the mountain. Special thanks go to gold sponsor Swarovski, silver sponsor Blohm+Voss, event associates Rina, Clyde & Co, MTN, Boutsen Design, Videoworks, Esenyacht, Foglizzo, JFA Yachts, Front Street Shipyard, Oceanco and event partner Foil.
As such winners are chosen by an independent panel of yacht owners, senior yacht crew, naval architects, designers and stylists from within and outside the marine industry. This event put students’ hand-drawing skill to the test with an acclaimed judging panel, including Philippe Briand.
Another successful edition of this essential event for superyacht owners and industry professionals will take place at the quintessentially Austrian Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt, an exclusive 5-star resort in Kitzbuhel. The Symposium itself commences on the morning of Monday 23 February, presenting two days of designed-focused discussion and debate in a dynamic, open forum, attracting yacht owners and industry specialists from around the world. Honouring the craftsmen and innovators responsible for the most exceptional new superyacht designs on the water, the coveted golden Neptune awards have become a symbol of pride and distinction for the industry’s design professionals. The event is an unparalleled platform for networking and sharing knowledge and ideas with the superyacht industry’s most influential figures.
It was a natural expansion of the Swarovski Surface Collection to embrace glass as a material.
The functional advantages of these professional, high-end devices are increasingly being discovered by bird watchers, hikers and all those who enjoy observing the wonders of nature in their recreation time. An exclusive early bird rate is now available to all delegates who book their tickets before December 2, 2013. Honouring the craftsmen and innovators responsible for the most exceptional new superyacht designs on the water, the coveted golden Neptune awards have quickly become a symbol of pride and distinction for yacht design professionals. Over a hundred years in the family firm’s history of tradition and success have passed since the company was founded in 1895, and the fascination commanded by crystal is greater than ever.

To qualify, all yachts must be of over 30m LOA and delivered to their owners between 1 January and 31 October, 2013.
Any person is able to nominate a qualifying yacht, company or person for any of the awards with the limitation that the person making that nomination must be in a position to deliver the required documentation by the closing date above. These finalist designs will be put forward for a second round of judging by a wholly independent panel of yacht owners, acclaimed naval architects, designers and stylists from within as well as outside the marine industry to decide the winners of the golden Neptune trophies. Book your place before 11 November and secure the early bird rate of €750, a saving of €245 on the standard delegate rate.
The event annually attracts some of the biggest names in the industry for two days of lively interactive presentation as well as debate about prevalent issues in superyacht design.
A dynamic and interactive format complemented by a first-class social program provides a unique opportunity for delegates to establish new relationships and mix with industry leaders in an exclusive setting. Following a two-day Superyacht Design Symposium, 350 guests gathered for an evening of cocktails, a gala dinner and Awards ceremony honoring the Superyacht industry’s creative talents; the architects, designers, stylists, craftsmen, and innovators in yacht technologies.
The jury was compromised four superyacht owners – specifically chosen for their interest in design issues – two naval architects, a senior yacht captain, an experienced yacht chef, and six design professionals with no links to the superyacht industry.
Following a 2 day Superyacht Design Symposium, 350 guests gathered for a gala dinner, cocktails and the Awards ceremony. Rinker & Associates hosted a dinner for speakers and sponsors on the waterfront of an exclusive private mansion, just along from The Breakers resort where the Symposium takes place.
Murphy with Premeier Estate Properties are proud to announce their support of the Superyacht Design Symposium presented by Boat International Media.The Symposium takes place prior to Fort Lauderdale’s widely acclaimed International Boat Show. Is cramming the latest technology on board yachts always the best option, or do we need to take a step back to simpler and possibly more reliable systems? Are tablet devices such as iPads the best control units for use aboard yachts, or are there more suitable alternatives? Does the latest technology ultimately enhance or detract from the onboard experience for owners and guests? Dimensions change every six months and the designers need flexible solutions to allow screen change-outs that don’t involve redoing the interior. The Symposium featured a selection of informative plenary sessions presented by an esteemed panel of experts including yacht owners and the industry’s most influential figures.
The Symposium kicked off with a welcome cocktail at the host venue, the Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt, for all delegates, speakers and sponsors who were invited to discover Swarovski’s Crystal Atelier. The prize giving ceremony and gala evening were held at the exquisite location of Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens, Austria; attended by Symposium delegates along with an esteemed audience including owners, designers and the creative teams behind the finalist yachts. Furthermore, CRN Shipyards, along with interior designer, Laura Sessa, took the title in the prestigious Interior Design category for Motor Yachts of 60m+. The World Cup Race Course of Gaisberg provided a challenging slalom course to 65 participants, many of whom descended the mountain with elegance and style. Boat International Media would like to thank our sponsors for helping to make the sixth edition of the Superyacht Design Symposium a great success.
The lobster boat symposium was the kick-off event for this year’s Castine Classic Yacht Race. The terms refer to the way in which the hull meets the pronounced keel present on most Maine lobster boats. The Alpine locale provided a fresh and innovative setting for discussing the future of superyacht design and demonstrated to be an amazing backdrop for the Symposium. The large, open style symposium, expertly led by Chairman Nigel Campbell, prompted lively discussion within the forum. Topics ranged from “Custom vs Platform vs Semi-custom: An owner’s choice” to “Glass as a construction material” and such was the popularity, a number of the workshops were reduced to standing room only. The race was watched by those who took the (perhaps) sensible option of a steaming mug of gluwein and rang their cow bells as each participant cruised over the finish line. This home success proves the heritage and strength of British expertise in superyact design.
A well-known name in the design world, the British-based designer also saw success at the ShowBoats Design Awards for his work on the 73m motor yacht Grace E which picked up three Awards. Panellists Ameet Sarvaiya, CTO at Van Berge Henegouwen and Hans Konings, Head of Design at Amels will contemplate their ideas and explore how we can learn from other industries. The anticipated prize giving will be followed by celebrations in traditional Tyrolean style at a nearby mountain lodge where an Austrian banquet awaits, complete with schnapps, traditional Austrian entertainment and dancing into the early hours. Here they can take part in competitive skiing, winter games, music, Foil ski trial sessions and apres ski designed to entertain ski enthusiasts and non-skiers alike. It is also the perfect opportunity for Swarovski to showcase a collection of its beautiful, innovative products to an esteemed audience of superyacht owners and design professionals. The use of various glass surfaces including satin glass, transparent glass, mirrored glass and black glass adorned with Swarovski crystals offers many new decorative effects and possibilities. A range of the Swarovski Optik products will be on display at the Symposium, and guests are encouraged to experience the wonder of these products for themselves. To respond to this large interest, Swarovski has created places in which crystal becomes a complete experience. Rinker, whose family has lived in Palm Beach for generations, told the Palm Beach Daily News, “It’s a phenomenal opportunity to market this home. Scheduled for October 22nd through 24th at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Miami this is one of the fourteen meetings that take place globally on an annual basis.Delegates will travel from all around the globe to discuss matters such as Superyacht design and the latest in technology and materials. John’s expertise integrating lighting, AV, IT and electronics is showcased in some of the most unique superyachts and luxury residences in Europe. Here, guests were presented with a showcase of Swarovski’s creative application of crystal, designed for high-end interiors. On arrival at Swarovski Crystal Worlds, guests explored a labyrinth of breath-taking crystal chambers before taking their seats for the ceremony in the venues famous ‘Cube’. Yacht Designer, Lorenzo Argento of Luca Brenta Yacht Design certainly put years of training on Italy’s glamorous slopes to good use taking the champion’s title in the men’s advanced category.
I’ve always believed the best designers are the ones with most ideas and information. This exclusive platform for sharing knowledge and generating ideas also provided the opportunity to network at a selection of sensational social events.
Competition was made even fiercer after it was announced that the fastest skier would not only win the Blohm+Voss Ski Cup but a custom made pair of Foil skis. Conclusively Piero Lissoni and Boat International’s Editorial Director Sacha Bonsor will summarise proceedings by reflecting on the discussions over the last two days. Swarovski Crystal Worlds hosts a rich collection of precious items housed in 14 Chambers of Wonder; a world of fantasy inspired and designed by some of the world’s greatest artists.
Industry leaders can be relied upon to provide lively brainstorming and to address hot-button items such as building yachts that are environmentally friendly.
His reputation for intelligent system designs and seamless integration complements m&t’s distinctive service style.
From consultation to commissioning, m&t redefines service and satisfaction in yacht project management. Swarovski took the opportunity to unveil their striking new Surface Collection; the dazzling outcome of a creativepartnership between Swarovski and British Naval Architect, Martin Francis, which was well received by industry members in attendance. The Symposium kicked off with a Welcome Cocktail at the Kitzbuhel Country Club for all delegates, speakers and sponsors. The Symposium is internationally recognized as the platform for world leaders to explore market trends, materials, design, technology and hardware to evolve the world’ finest Superyachts.Reputed to be an internal yachting capital For Lauderdale has for many years hosted one the largest and well attended International Boat Shows. John’s dedication and meticulous attention to detail fit the m&t management philosophy perfectly. The exquisite location proved to be the perfect setting for everyone to relax after their journeys and to prepare for the days ahead. The Apres Ski Party officially began with the now traditional spraying of bubbles over the winners and crowd.
In tandem with the yachting industry For Lauderdale’s diverse and exciting real estate market offers excellent opportunities for residences with deepwater dockage or resort destination amenities.Julie Jones and Timothy Murphy look forward to presenting real estate options to interested parties a the Symposium where the Premier Estate Properties extensive inventory will be showcased.
Tim Heywood of Tim Heywood Designs said, “What a great time was had by all – and what an enjoyable and informative Symposium and an entertaining ShowBoats Design Awards evening! You’ll have to go some to better that next year!”  Jane Winch, of Andrew Winch Design, added: “We are so inspired by your fabulous new magazine, both in content and appearance, your new team and your vision.

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