Whether buying a superyacht that requires a crew, or thinking of stepping up a few meters to enjoy more freedom and range. Today’s choppy world economy makes making the right choices more important than ever.
Fortunately change is in the air, and Europe’s top yacht builders have new concepts and vision for the next generation of yacht owners.
From world renowned Feadship in the Netherlands, the introduction of their ‘Feadship Qi’, brings what they say is: “designed to generate a fresh sense of energy among owners and their family & friends as they reconnect with nature in the most inspiring surroundings.” And from the famous Lürssen family yard in Germany, a recently launched philosophy of ‘Yacht shui’ the “Sixth Element” or “the art of flow.” in looking at the impact of mind body and spirit in their yachts.
Viewing design and build in this manner of balance ☯ and inner energy is innovating and inspiring and brings to point what we believe is intrinsic to attaining balance within the yachting experience itself. Whether you require twelve, thirty or fifty hands aboard, balance of your crew has an affect on getting the most from that Qi or Yacht Shui, and has large impact on mind body and spirit.
Simply training and development, in understanding working styles, communication preferences, decision making styles, thoughtful and inspiring leadership, and the sharing of mental models and vision.
Setting this final touch to the Qi or Yacht Shui is very much in the hands of owners, whether seasoned or just starting out in yachting. Acquiring balance, as these top builders discovered, has much to do with a balance within personnel and interpersonal skill development.
A small step to maximize the beneficial impact of Feadship Qi, the Lürssen Yacht shui or other fine yacht and start to a whole new level in experience. Call your preferred interpersonal crew training provider, or N2, to take your superyacht to a new level of balance.