The new office establishes a European base for MCM in order to support all aspects of their yacht management services in Europe and in particular the Mediterranean.
With an expanding portfolio of clients whose relationship with MCM continues long after their yacht has been delivered, MCM felt it was strategically important to have a permanent presence in the Mediterranean.
MCM have delivered such striking and prestigious projects as the Dubois designed Kokomo and the Hoek designed Adèle to their enthusiastic owners, and then continued to support the owners with MCM’s Yacht Management services.
Andy McNab the director of MCM Yacht Management commented, “Our new office in Palma allows us the ability to provide the owners and captains with an extremely high level of local service both in Palma and throughout the Mediterranean.”
Ginny Standbridge will be running MCM Palma and will address the day-to-day needs at the Palma office. Ginny has a long history in the Superyacht industry and previously worked for MCM for six years in the Newport office from 1996 to 2002, before moving to Palma in 2006.
MCM Palma will support the whole range of Yacht Management services, but with particular emphasis on areas that are specific to the Mediterranean, including logistics, parts procurement and the all important local knowledge.
Palma is a key destination for Superyachts to prepare for the Med’ cruising season, undertake repairs and yard periods and use as a Mediterranean base.
The new offices are located in the hub of the marine district, near the Real Club Nautico, on Calle Veri.
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