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You’d think after so many years of slogging round boat shows that my preparations would be reflexive, burned into my muscle memory. Clearly Covid-19 has atrophied my brain because not only did I forget my toothbrush when heading to the South of France for the World Superyacht Awards and Cannes Yachting Festival, but also I failed to pack enough socks. This is despite taking the world’s biggest suitcase and sweeping half of everything I own into it in a mad panic. This, surely, is why you buy a superyacht – so you can maintain multiple wardrobes and never wind up washing socks in a sink. Or maybe you should just be better prepared than I was, which is the central lesson I took away from all our refit content this month. Plan, plan, plan and you might just get out of the shipyard on time and on budget. Or take it from the owner of Broadwater, who, in September, picked up his second World Superyacht Award for best refit: “Take the time to decide what you really want to do – and make sure you’ve allowed yourself the time to get it done. And then push!” I’ll leave you to digest all the other great refit advice in this issue. I hope it helps in the planning of your next big project.

Stewart Campbell
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