Cutter joined bluewater 13 years ago after leaving the cold climes of the UK. Being an adventurous lady, she graduated from university and the very next day bought a one-way ticket to Nice and has never looked back.
Rebecca was always destined for a life in travel after being the daughter to an English mother and American Father. Growing up, she lived in Holland, Spain, Belgium and Ireland as well as England and now France.
If I had a superyacht I would definitely choose a Benetti Classic like Giorgia or Wild Thyme. Both offer outstanding comfort while cruising and amazing facilities both on-board and on the water
Where do you find most guests like to charter?
With our main operational office based in the South of France I would say that our knowledge and expertise in chartering in this part of the world could explain why we get so many clients here.
An area to open up in the near future will be the Balearics and again, our team of brokers, based in Palma de Mallorca is already set and raring to share their expertise and local knowledge.
Is it difficult to suggest “off the beaten track” destinations?
What is the most frequently asked question from clients?
2. Who is the chef? Food is such an important part of the charter experience and should not be overlooked. The gastronomical delights on offer to charter guests continue to astound me. There are some phenomenally creative and talented chefs out there who can literally work magic (given the itinerant nature of yachting and sometimes limited galley space) to ensure that guests are served meals to their exact liking at any time of the day. Even the smaller yachts with less crew are able to present the most mouthwatering dishes to their guests.
3. What is APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance)?
4. More frequently now is the question about VAT.
What is the most difficult part of your job?
What advice would you give to a charterer?
Secondly – book early!
On average how many charters does a yacht do in a year?
Did you notice any destination trends in 2013?
If you were to charter a yacht, which yacht would it be and why?
Where would you go and why?
Where do you think the most popular place to charter will be in 2014
Spain is often a first choice for many clients but because of the reduced fleet, availability is limited. However, looking towards the future (2015), more yachts will be registered to charter in Spanish waters and bluewater is ready to deal with the increased demand by having an established an experienced business in Palma de Mallorca for over 12 years now.
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