Day one of the boat show is in the bag and I’m happy to report that I think it went well and that both boat and crew were well received by many of the brokers. We had a very busy morning with, at times, up to 4 brokers on our boat at once. The afternoon tapered off a bit but was still busy enough. I’m betting that today is similarly hectic.
In between “interviews” I snapped the following pics to show how we staged the boat. Although visitors to the Zero To Cruising Facebook Page got to see many of these photos yesterday, I know not everyone who reads this blog goes Facebook. So, here you go…
A “selfie” taken to show our nice new uniform shirts.
We staged the salon table for formal dining even though we expect that the mast majority of meals will be served al fresco in the cockpit dining area.
The iPhone has a cool panoramic feature.
Rebecca made up each of the four cabins like this, including ours. We were told by the first brokers who visited us that most of the crewed yachts just close the door to their personal cabin. Even though it’s a bit more work, I think the way that we did it is better.
Rebecca baked banana bread for morning snacks and set out other hors d’oeuvres for the afternoon. That, along with mimosas and other beverages were available for the brokers who visited us.
Today will be similar.
And we set out all of the big toys so that visitors could see
the fun things that we have available for our guests.