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Submit a nomination for the Boat International Design & Innovation Awards 2018

Nominations for the Boat International Design & Innovation Awards 2018 have now closed.

The Boat International Design & Innovation Awards are open to yachts equal to or more than 30 metres LOA and delivered to their owners between 1 November 2016 and 31 October 2017.

To enter the Boat International Design & Innovation Awards, you must make a nomination on the website and have submitted all supporting documentation by Friday 13 October 2017. A fee of £150 plus VAT will be charged per category entered. Entry fees need to be paid on submission of the nomination.

Details of Entry

Limitation of entry

There is no restriction on the number of categories in which a single yacht may be entered.

Entry details

Nominations can be made on the Boat International Design & Innovation Awards website: http://www.boatinternational.com/luxury-yacht-events/boat-international-design-and-innovation-awards

Any person may nominate any yacht, with the limitation that this person must be able to and is authorised to provide the requested supporting information, including permission of the owner of the vessel to enter the competition. If this is not forthcoming, the yacht will not be judged. Once correctly nominated, an email confirming the acceptance of the entry will be sent to the person making the nomination. All documentation in support of each entry must be received by Boat International Media by Friday 13 October 2017.

A fee of £150 plus VAT will be charged per category entered. Entry fees need to be paid on submission of the nomination.

Documentation size

Judges will receive submissions from each entry in the form of a digital dossier. So that judges are able to give proper consideration to each entry, the documentation (excluding photographs and other illustrations, for which the submission details are given below) submitted in support of an entry for each category must not exceed the highlighted number of pages indicated for each category and on A4 sized paper with text at a minimum of 11 points.

Submission of photographs and video

Photographs should be a minimum 300dpi (high resolution print quality) and supplied as individual .jpg files, not a pdf document containing embedded photographs, as the latter does not provide sufficient quality when projected. These images may also be used in the Official Programme, should your entry be selected as a finalist and in online announcements of finalists, these must be uploaded and sent via Dropbox to elena.howe@boatinternationalmedia.com.

Video footage of the vessel should be no longer than one (1) minute long and must be high resolution. This will be used for the onscreen presentation, if you become one of the finalists at the Boat International Design & Innovation Awards.

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