The IIMS is holding its next Western Mediterranean Small Craft Working Group Training Day on Friday 1 May and has lined up a cracking event for delegates.
When: Friday 1 May 2015
Where: Palma Superyacht Show, Majorca
Cost: 50 GBP or 70 EUR
Included in the training day is a FREE pass to the Palma Superyacht Show for 1 May only and IIMS members are invited to a complimentary evening cocktail do after proceedings too (if they so wish).
Who can attend: IIMS members, students and non members
09.30 Meet and Coffee
10.05 Overview of IIMS head office activities and initiatives by Mike Schwarz
10.35 Update on the Marine Surveying Academy programmes by Mike Schwarz
11.00 Free time to walk around the Palma Superyacht Show
14.00 Meet for afternoon training session at: Sala de Actos, Muelle Viejo 17, Planta 1, Palma which is just 200 metres from the Show itself
14.15 ‘Lessons learnt on superyacht coatings and what can be used on regular yachts’ by Ken Hickling Global Brand Manager – Akzo Nobel and President International Superyacht Society
15.15 Electrical control systems from digital switching to CAN BUS” by Charles Whitehead of Electromarine Balear
16.15 Tom Bettel presents the new Clipper Telemed service
16.30 Close and Depart
After the training day closes you are free to head back into the show which is open until 20.00. Or if you prefer, those attending the IIMS Western Mediterranean Small Craft Working Group Training Day are invited to a Special Evening Cocktail Reception with free transport from Palma to Port Adriano Superyacht Marina.
To reserve your place at this event please email Tania Bernice or call her directly on +44 (0) 23 92 31 3010.
About the Palma Superyacht Show
The Palma Superyacht Show offers a quality selection of yachts above 24 metres for sale and charter and has become an important event in the yachting calendar. Perfectly timed before the summer season and taking in the 1st May public holiday, means that international visitors can enjoy a long weekend in sunny Palma, Majorca as well as see a stunning selection of yachts. Running concurrently with Boat Show Palma in the heart of the city the show attracted over 36.000 visitors in 2014.