Dec 14, 2017

Muchos Mas FinalistsThe Crescent Custom Yachts workforce represents some of the best talent from across the globe with exceptional naval architects, innovative designers, engineers with leading-edge technology experience and a group of specialty journeymen and craftspeople. This team collaborates to create unique custom luxury yachts that utilizes today’s best practices and standards. The efforts of this team were on display at this year’s Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show.

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The builder showcased the Crescent 145’ Muchos Mas (sold) at the recent Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show. The boat also made the front cover and feature story of Boat International magazine’s show issue. They were superstar Canadians!

This notoriety created a lot of interest so there was great interest in all things Canadian. Other British Columbia vendors and suppliers also got a ton of attention at the show too. Tammy Charles the marketing and public relations director for Crescent Yachts expressed the company’s excitement with the reception, “To the best of our knowledge she is the largest recreational vessel to be built and launched in Canada in a number of years. Great for Canada and our attractive currency.”

Tammy added, “Our big news this week is that we are up for some prestigious international awards for the Crescent 145 Muchos Mas.”

Boat International Design & Innovation Awards 2018 Finalists
Best Exterior Styling Motor Yachts Below 45m - finalist
Best Interior Design Motor Yachts 400GT to 999GT - finalist
Best General Arrangement and Deck Design - finalist
Best Lifestyle Feature Design – finalist

The International Yacht & Aviation Awards Luxe et al / design et al

Power yacht over 40 Metres – shortlisted
Interior Design Power Yacht – shortlisted
Deck Design – shortlisted

Team CrescentBerkay Yilmaz, Tim Charles, Christina Charles, Tammy Charles, Melissa Dooks, Dave Marsden, Scott Hay. “We wear red shoes to show we are from Canada.”

To put into perspective just how successful their operations are to date Tammy Charles had this to say - “At present we have a Crescent 112’ that is sold and under construction in our shipyard. Also, a Crescent 108’ is available for sale. Ft. Lauderdale was very good for us and we see hiring more people in the foreseeable future. I think many other industry people are in the same position. Our sister company, Platinum Marine, has several large refit projects underway.”

 

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