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ACREW Lounge at Palma Superyacht Show

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ACREW’s mission is to provide excellence in continuous professional development for yacht crew. This week at the Palma Superyacht Show The ACREW Lounge is hosting a  range of workshops and hospitality for crew in all departments in a fun and relaxed environment.

With an outdoor terrace and two workshop areas there will be great spaces for all of our activities including over 20 workshops, happy hours, lunches, wine tastings, finance and career advice!

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Workshops run across the first four days of the show, Thursday to Sunday, with Monday as an open lounge for networking and relaxing.


Daily from 13.00 - 14.30

Enjoy a relaxed lunch with fellow crew as NeKo showcase a selection of the fine foods they supply to the superyacht industry.

You are also invited to a special barbecue prepared with the finest ingredients, with vegetarian options, salads and side dishes.

Please join us for this enjoyable and friendly networking lunch. 

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

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Thursday, Friday, Saturday 18:00h – 20:00h

Palma is a busy show! What better than to relax with a drink in hand at the end of the working day and meet up with a host of other crew enjoying the same! Whether you arrive just for the drinks, have just left our afternoon workshop, or have simply relaxed in the lounge after lunch, all our welcome and the ACREW team always looks forward to catching up with the crew!

Our Superyacht Crew Drinks are very kindly sponsored by our partners No.12 Fine Wines, Camper & Nicholson, AYSS, Osprey Technical and General Marine Communications.


Being able to demonstrate to captains that you have taken an active interest in your own Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is of immense benefit in any recruitment scenario. In an exciting development for superyacht crew, attendance at ACREW workshops that are endorsed by the Professional Yachting Association (PYA) can now be recorded in their service record books.

Attending these will enable you to demonstrate to future employers and crew agents that you have personally invested time and energy in learning new skills and knowledge. Together with your CV, this commitment has been highlighted by many captains as a positive factor when hiring cr ew.

It will be clear which workshops are endorsed by the PYA when registering, and your attendance at these workshops can now be recorded in the PYA crew work book.

Full Programme can be viewed here

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