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A small recap of a recent Housekeeping Specialist course we did. Soak up the positive vibes and get a glimpse of the eye...

A while ago we had the honour of hosting an entire interior crew for a custom training at our onshore estate close to...

Here's a top tip for valet services from our housekeeping expert Renata. When shining shoes - specifically the welt and heel - be...

As a part of our Beverage Specialist course we take you to a vineyard. Knowing how wine is made is crucial for being...

Just what is Seven Star Hospitality? Mixology Master Rob explains!...

Peter interviews Rob Rademaker - Seven Star Mixology master - on how he got into yachting and what drives him to share his...

What if you could be a beverage specialist who creates ‘wow’ moments? By presenting an unexpected drink, or a unique mix that surprises everyone. By being a specialist whose self-confidence radiates in everything that he or she does, who knows it all and more.

Until several years ago, a captain led ten to twenty crew members. Today, it is more common to have forty to sixty crew members on board. When leading a larger crew, different skills are needed. Self-Management Leadership, a method used to manage and lead a large group of people, has often been used onshore.

Imagine this; a pristine beach on a Caribbean island. Anchored off the coast there are two pirate ships. On the beach you witness a sword fight between Captain Blackbeard and one of his mates. Just a few meters down a soup is being prepared above a campfire. And then, an unexpected scare: Kaboom! A cannon was fired!