Hill Robinson is the leading independent yacht management company offering unparalleled services to international clientele worldwide to assist in running yachts safely and efficiently. Our highly qualified and versatile multi-lingual team is available 24/7 to provide the essential support that makes the whole yachting experience a success.
From being one of the industry’s first ever dedicated yacht management companies, our expertise and range of services has constantly grown. Starting with setting up an offshore ownership structure for your new yacht our service offer is complete all the way through to paying the crew through our Guernsey Employment Company.
So if you are looking for project management for your new build or refit, full management for your existing superyacht or for a tailor made selection of our services we are here to help. Whether for private or commercial use or indeed a combination of both; whether you are an owner, a captain or an industry professional looking for independent unbiased support and assistance, Hill Robinson will work with you to find the solution that best suits you.
Hill Robinson has a tailor-made solution for you.
YACHT MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS
Take a look at our fourth edition of HarbouR news. In this issue, as well as letting you know of our recent office activities, we have looked into the current berthing conundrum, lease or rent. With new marinas opening around the Mediterranean, is it ever worth spending out for a home leased berth? Or is it always possible?
A few of our new faces are also introduced to you inside. With our new Palma office, both yachts and crew will be looked after our team there. And in Monaco, our drive to streamline the way in which we are making yacht management work in today’s climate sees continuation of our recruitment from a more commercial background, bringing a more holistic and ecological approach to our new business planning.
All of us at Hill Robinson wish you a superb summer’s yachting and hope that you enjoy this issue. As we have said many times before, please pass this on to your friends and colleagues…but most importantly, Love the Sea.