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A 5* Dining Experience with Sevenstar Yacht Transport

Aptly located in Ship Chandlers Warehouse, a seventeenth century provisions shop for sea going ships, Sevenstar Yacht Transport welcomed guests to join them for an evening of drinks, dinner and networking following the first day of the Global Superyacht Forum.

Guests were greeted by Ad Geerdink from the Westfries Museum, dressed as the English sea captain, Henry Hudson. Wearing traditional seventeenth century garments, he welcomed diners into the venue with with a flourish of his beaver felt hat.

Drinks were served in the cigar room before guests made their way downstairs to the dining room, overflowing with antiques, curiosities and history in every corner.

Continuing in his performance, Geerdink delved into Hudson’s voyage of discovery, detailing his encounter of what we now know as Manhattan, New York. As the speech concluded, guests were drawn back into the present day with the information that Sevenstar would be transporting a replica of Hudson’s ship, De Halve Maen, on its tour of the Netherlands.

Introduced by Martin H. Redmayne, Chairman of the Superyacht Group, Richard Klabbers, Managing Director of Sevenstar Yacht Transport, thanked guests for attending and showed a brief video that demonstrated the scope of the service they provide.

Following the dinner, Sevenstar distributed engraved pocket watches to each of their guests – an appropriate memory for a unique and entertaining evening of 5* service, company and conversation.

01 Dec 2016

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