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How to reduce the need for excessive amounts of manpower?


Many yards have full order books, but the challenge is to find the skilled personnel to

make these projects a reality. This can have a negative impact on delivery times, but

it is an issue where QC can provide help.


As a collective of experienced yacht interior specialists that provides services

relating to all aspects of luxury yacht interiors, QC’s core business is interior

partnering, but its expertise covers the entire yacht lifecycle and the associated

specialties and skills.


We provide an independent service for owners’ representatives, applying our in-

house knowledge and resources to all aspects of new build and refit interior projects.

This enables our clients to make informed decisions at the right times.


While there are many experienced owners’ representatives in the superyacht sector,

given the complexity and diversity of modern superyachts it is impossible for any one

individual to have sufficient knowledge of everything. But with the support of QC and

its depth of expertise, opportunities for optimising the interior design and engineering

processes can be identified, reducing the number of change orders and saving

money through targeted purchasing.


“Our collective skills enable us to reduce complexity in the design process while

preserving the quality and ‘look and feel,” say Wouter and Koert. “Project optimisation

reduces the need for excessive amounts of manpower.”


Currently QC is working on four large German and Dutch yacht projects, ranging

in size from 70 to 117 meters.


A team from QC including principals Wouter and Koert will be attending this year’s

Metstrade in Amsterdam catching up with old friends and meeting with suppliers and

current and prospective clients.


To find out more about partnering with QC on project optimisation, Wouter and Koert

are available throughout the show and can be contacted on +31 619348000.





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