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Amaryllis and Hyperion available for charter in the UK with Hill Robinson…

Motor Yacht Amaryllis

Today, the world is at an interesting juncture where both far-flung destinations and domestic exploration are on the rise. On the one hand, superyacht owners and guests are beginning to look further afield for their superyacht experiences. Conversely, we are in the midst of a pandemic that has had a limiting effect on international travel and tourism. The UK, interestingly, offers both a unique superyacht experience for those that are more accustomed to the traditional superyachting hotspots, as well as presenting an unrivalled opportunity for UNHWIs who wish to holiday locally to explore the many and various luxuries of the UK’s coastal waters, and what better way to do it than on board 78.4m M/Y Amaryllis or 47.4m S/Y Hyperion, both of which are available for charter in the UK with Hill Robinson.

Motor Yacht Hyperion

Delivered in 2011 by Abeking & Rasmüssen, Amaryllis was inspired by the Belle Époque, Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. Designed by Reymond Langton and delivered in 2011, she showcases the hallmarks of some of the superyacht industry’s most revered names and collaborators. With accommodation for up to 12 guests, she has an owner’s deck with private terrace, VIP suite on the main deck, plus three double cabins and one twin cabin on the lower deck. She boasts a beach club with gym and spa facilities aft, allowing direct access to the sea from a swim platform. The sundeck includes a five-metre pool.

Alternatively, Royal Huisman-built Hyperion offers the epitome of traditional sailing elegance. Having competed in some of the world’s most prestigious superyacht races, she boasts both high performance and luxurious comfort. Her tastefully designed interior can host up to six guests across three spacious cabins, two doubles and one twin with stylish living quarters. Her exterior offers ample deck space, as well as a swim platform and a sun deck.

Whether it’s the Channel Islands or Scotland’s west coast, the UK offers a wealth of opportunities, experiences and landscapes to rival some of the world’s most sought after yachting locations. With a number of the globe’s most exclusive golf courses and distilleries, situated within the rolling green and blue of Scotland’s beautiful vistas, the region remains one of the most popular UHNWI locations. And, if Whiskey, golf and history are not enough, the Channel Islands and the Southern United Kingdom offer a variety of exclusive appearances and locations to satisfy even the most discerning superyacht clients.

Published by: Superyacht News 07.08.2020

Written by: Rory Jackson


Hill Robinson adds three yachts to West Mediterranean charter fleet

BAGHEERA, INDIGO STAR I and MY LITTLE VIOLET are all available this summer…

Hill Robinson has made three exciting additions to its already diverse fleet of charter yachts available in the western Mediterranean this summer.

Palmer Johnson’s 36.6m BAGHEERA was built in 2005, but has undergone a refit earlier this year so that she appears brand new, with a resplendent white topcoat. She is the only PJ 120’ ever built with an infinity jacuzzi on the aft deck, overlooking the swim platform. Thanks to her planing hull, and low draft, she can cruise all waters, reaching secluded bays, coves, islands, and shorelines, whilst her immense performance fulfils the needs of any adrenaline junkie. When on board, entertainment is also well catered for, with an outdoor cinema on the sun deck, as well as an elegant but comfortable main salon, a bar and a baby grand piano.

INDIGO STAR I is an utterly unique proposition. Built by Siar & Moschini in 1995, and extensively refitted in 2018, she has one of the largest salons for a yacht of her size anywhere on the water. This vast space has been modernised to include ample lounging and seating areas for sociable charter groups. Elsewhere there are two extensive, separate dining areas on board. When it comes to activities, guests are also well served, with a large selection of waters toys carried, including Sea Bobs, jet skis and a large water slide. Guests will also benefit from the impeccable service of the longstanding crew, whose time together has equipped them with a complementary skillset.

MY LITTLE VIOLET is a vessel steeped in class, constructed as she was by top custom builder, Abeking & Rasmussen, with lines from acclaimed design studio, Reymond Langton. This 45.6m is a true classic and offers a unique and unrivalled itinerary to potential charterers. From Venice to Montenegro, and taking in Croatia’s 1,400 islands, MY LITTLE VIOLET represents the perfect way to reconnect with Mother Nature and admire the richest stretches of land for natural beauty. Guests can take in stellar vineyards and rich Medieval history, while the likes of cosmopolitan and glamorous Hvar offer retail therapy and fantastic nightlife. Chef Vladimir Uroda has over 10 years’ experience in yachting and specialises in healthy seafood and Mediterranean cuisine. MY LITTLE VIOLET  is also available for charter in the south of France, Corsica, Italy and Sardinia, as well as other western Mediterranean destinations.

The weekly rates for these vessels are as follows: BAGHEERA - from 88,000 euros/week, INDIGO STAR I – from 78,000 euros/week and MY LITTLE VIOLET – from 180,000 euros/week.

By SuperyachtNews, published 30/07/2020


Project Management System - Raising the Bar

This is a rather unassuming title for such a seismic shift in the way the Hill Robinson project management team will be operating in the future, a bit like the Albert Einstein’s catching title, ‘theory of general relativity`! The Hill Robinson Project Management System (PMS) is designed to standardise the way the process of project management will operate in a new efficient and accountable fashion, raising the bar in the superyacht business space for new build and refit project management and establishing a new industry benchmark.

To get a clearer overview of the new HR PMS client offering, Karl Hartmann and Hill Robinson Senior Project Manager, Kevin Laverty explain: “To start with, I would like to be clear that the initiative to develop this fresh iteration of a PMS tool was the result of close teamwork by all the Hill Robinson project managers. Our work is mainly out in the field so we took the opportunity when all of us got together on various occasions and at the Monaco Yacht Show last year to agree on what project management should mean and how HR PMS would coalesce miriad structures, practices, processes and international standards, into a fully integrated operating system. Finally at the Hill Robinson global seminar in December last year we were able to further detail to the final version, ready to go roll out later this year.

The question is why this newly optimised operating system was developed at this point in time? Kevin continues, 'One simple fact is that yachts are now much larger and more complex and in parallel, yacht owners are generally more aware of the process of yacht ownership and quite rightly expect industry leading management.

Historically, and perhaps traditionally, the smaller yachts, undergoing refits for instance, often had ad hoc freelance project managers supporting the owner, or the work was simply overseen by the captain. This is fine, but we felt that a much better process was needed to guarantee the deliverables on time, within budget and to the quality required for the owners of larger yachts. However, like many good methodologies, our system is scalable so we can perform well for smaller yachts and refits as well as the larger vessels. To drive this programme forward we have a core of in house employed project managers, plus a network of qualified resources that can be added into the capacity mix.

In developing the HR PMS the team has taken guidance from international industry standards and bodies such as the Association of Project Management (APM) and the Project Management Institute (PMI). At the operational level the system is based around a 'toolbox' of software tools allowing individual project managers to scale the implementation to the demands of his or her project, whilst maintaining a consistent project management offering”.

By way of a summary, what are the customer benefits of this fresh Hill Robinson initiative? We are stepping up to engage with the new reality in how to deal with the demands of informed yacht owners who are pushing the boundaries in the development of refit and new build yachts of ever more complex, sophisticated undertakings. The new reality in yachting is that we are dealing with large, multidisciplinary capital projects. Our system means we can work a lot more consistently with our clients. But there is more when we can add into this mix the in-house Hill Robinson financial and legal infrastructure teams and procurement team. Importantly we are adding to our core team by trailing talented specialists in-house to meet the growing demands in this market space.

What do we deliver with this Hill Robinson platform? We can define exactly what the HR Project Management offering is, specify the deliverables and actions, ensure that the correct service and quality assurance is in place, deliver she optimum quality and importantly meet customer expectations in all areas, including the age old project objectives of time, cost and quality”.

Written by: Roy Roberts


Marianne Richards: 18 years with Hill Robinson

Our Operations manager has spent this time making life easier, but not just for our yachts and crew, read on the interview with Marianne here below.

Where do you originate, and how did you first get into (or end up) working with yachts in the South of France?

Basically, I’m a city girl but I came to the South of France over 20 years ago due to personal circumstances and I “fell” into yachting when I joined Hill Robinson in 2002 (they were just one year old and had 6 employees then). My background is varied, but always in the retail sector – from selling to buying to admin to systems manager and then onto fashion design work and business consultancy! It was a world of high standards and top customer service, but needing processes as streamlined and efficient as possible to ensure financial viability in a tough market. Yacht management was a new profession back in 2002 – everyone was learning. Most in the industry have a passion for yachting; I have a passion for developing the best people and providing the best service to our clients.

As Operations Manager based in the Antibes office, I know when we met, you were rushing from one telephone call to another, in between a planning meeting, but what constitutes a normal day in the office, is there one?

I’m not sure there is such a thing as a “normal day” and that is part of the joy of the job! I’ve been with Hill Robinson almost 18 years and the world of yachting has changed dramatically during that time and I’ve learnt a lot. From MLC to French Commercial Exemption, it’s a mine field now! My brain is constantly picked by the team, crew and clients alike! There are no two days the same!

You’ve been part of the Hill Robinson team for a number of years, any milestone moments?

It’s been amazing but for me it’s mostly about the people. I’ve met some great people and even though I’m not a yachtie I now have some wonderful friends from the crew I have worked with. I can’t not single out the amazing crew of the fabulous S.Y. Felicita West – from our time in the Caribbean right back at the beginning, through the Perini Cup in Sardinia to a crew member’s wedding in a beautiful Italian hill top village. It’s really special to have become part of the on-board team in that way.

Since you started in the industry, yachts have grown and their needs have grown. How have things changed from your Operations perspective?

It’s funny to look back now at how fast the yacht world has evolved. Hill Robinson was one of the first companies offering comprehensive yacht management and was at the forefront of ISM, holding one of the first Documents of Compliance issued. Everything was in paper form – we had files with photocopies of all yacht and crew certificates! We didn’t even scan then. Now it’s all electronic. There was no VSAT or 4g – communications on transit was Sat phone only. Not all crew had STCWs and many didn’t bother about contracts (although all crew on Hill Robinson managed yachts have always had contracts), but now they won’t join a yacht until they’ve seen the small print! There were stories of crew not paid for months, abandoned in far off places and so on but now in all honesty most crew are extremely well employed (most through a regulated employment company) and protected. The world of 2020 is a very long way from that of 2002.

On a more personal note, you established the fundraising charity Water of Hope, to help Cambodians get clean water. Are you still involved with that? Have things improved?

I’ve been involved with Water of Hope, a well project in Cambodia, for a number of years now and I have to confess that my work commitments have got somewhat in the way of my fundraising efforts recently. However, the need remains as far too many just don’t have access to clean water. Not only is this a very dangerous health issue with the current COVID-19 situation, but it’sa lso a real dilemma intoday’s environment as they are forced to buy bottled water (if they can afford it)with all those single use plastic bottles! There is recycling and, somewhat sadly, sifting through the rubbish pulling out these bottles to sell to the recyclers is how many very poor families live. I’ve not been without my tough times, but I’m a huge believer that we have a responsibility to make the world a better place and we have to give back. This is my real passion and I strive daily to achieve that, in every aspect of my life from working to the highest standard so our clients enjoy their yachts to making life just a little better for the poor of Cambodia. As Ralph Waldo Emerson said “ To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children, to leave the world a better place, to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived, this is to have succeeded”. I’d like to think that as a Yacht/Operations Manager and as a human being, I have succeeded.


Top ready-to-go charter yachts in the Med and Bahamas

As travel restrictions ease, yachties are getting the go-ahead to head out and make the most of the summer cruising season. With most superyachts having been kept in isolation recently, the crew have had extra time on board to have their yachts looking as if they’ve just rolled out of the shed.

One superyacht that has spent lockdown doing just this is the 55-metre Rossinavi yacht Rarity, who came out of the water for a quick maintenance check at Adria Docks and is now raring to go on her next charter trip in Croatia with Hill Robinson. Waiting on board is Captain Toni and his crew, who are majoritively Croatian and so are extremely familiar with the area and its best restaurants and hidden gems.

With her vast deck spaces and contemporary open-plan interiors looking their best, Rarity is the perfect yacht to host up to 12 guests across four decks with accommodation in the form of six opulent staterooms. Her all-Italian design features plush, regal details with modern artworks and plenty of space to entertain in the grand dining area of the sky-lounge with its outdoor cinema functionality. Following her recent refit, she boasts a larger swim platform and has previously been RYA Certified, meaning that guests can get their licensing onboard to use the yacht’s Jetskis.

When spending time out in Mediterranean waters, a fully-stocked toy store is essential, as afternoons are likely to be spnt lapping up the summer sunshine whilst blazing across to secluded beaches aboard the yacht’s Jet Ski or tender. Guests of Rarity can make use of the Seabobs and wakeboards - whereas the sleek sporty superyacht Indigo Star I comes complete with a fly board, inflatable water slide and Aqualung diving sets for that extra adrenaline rush.

Between the three decks of the 38-metre Indigo Star I are five staterooms for up to 10 guests, all of which are decorated in classy Fendi furniture and plush seating for a tailored yet homely style. Since her delivery in 1995 by the Italian shipyard Siar & Moschini, Indigo Star I has completed a two-year world circumnavigation and has been enjoyed by many charterers who seek the comfort of a sea veteran.

The 2005 Palmer Johnson build, Bagheera, also has plenty of experience as a well-travelled charter yacht. Now taking up cruising grounds on the French and Italian Riviera, the 36.5-metre Bagheera is a popular option for those charterers who want to mix business and pleasure - as her layout and facilities are well-suited for meetings and company excursions. As the only PJ120 boasting an onboad Jacuzzi, Bagheera was designed to impress with spacious decks, comfortable lounges, luxurious state-rooms and well-equipped bar and entertainment spots.

A charter adventure this summer is the perfect opportunity to catch up on lost time with family and friends. Why not make the most of the opportunity and jet off to the Bahamas - where together you can appreciate the area’s natural beauty and tucked-away anchorages. Ready to go in the Caribbean is the 44.2-metre Island Heiress. Designed for long-range cruising in search of the world’s top diving spots, Island Heiress is kitted out with top-of-the-range scuba gear and a Wet-Sub.

For fun above water, she comes complete with her own tender, RIB, wave runners, wakeboards, paddleboards, kayaks. Plus, her crew of 10 can help with assembling the giant water slide, climbing wall, Airhead Big shot and banana boat - the ideal toy store for all 12 overnight guests to have a blast in the Bahamas.

All these yachts and more are available to charter directly with the leading independent yacht management company, Hill Robinson. Promising a smooth and unforgettable charter experience Hill Robinson has a wealth of expertise in yacht services and project management.

Written by Laura Nicholls and published by the SuperyachtTimes on 09.07.2020


'Bold' available for charter in western Mediterranean

The much-lauded SilverYachts build is available through Hill Robinson at a special rate…

The 85m Espen Øino-designed, SilverYachts built BOLD is now available for charter via Hill Robinson in the Western Mediterranean at a special summer rate of €985,000, a significant discount from the initial rate of €1,100,000.

BOLD is a truly revolutionary yacht and was undoubtedly the hottest ticket when she premiered at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show. At 1551GT, the vessel has the capacity capability to reach a maximum speed of 23 knots, quite rightly earning the description of a ‘fast world explorer’. This is now the fifth yacht SilverYachts has built, and in keeping with her predecessors, BOLD is extremely impressive, with her technical and utilitarian appearance, but also remarkable list of specifications features.

Ranking BOLD among its three best charter propositions for the 2020 season, Hill Robinson stated, ‘Available to charter, BOLD is one of the coolest yachts to join the superyacht fleet last year. The 85-metre vessel has already taken on the arduous passage across the Indian Ocean as a part of her 21-day and 8,000-nautical mile maiden voyage – all with only one fuel stop. Now under the management of Hill Robinson, she is set to charter in the Western Mediterranean this summer.’

Her key features include:

•             8-person sun deck Jacuzzi with hard cover and large sun pads surrounded with glass for wind protection and more privacy.

•             Fastest world explorer worldwide, with maximum speed of 23 knots for fast positioning, low draft (2.8m) for access to shallow cruising grounds, unparalleled in yachts of her size.

•             Large outdoor entertaining areas on various decks with bar and teppanyaki/barbecue with generous seating and large scale 40,000+W sound system with integrated disco lighting.

•             Expansive LOFT saloon, with floor to ceiling windows and open plan arrangement leading to the winter garden, of a combined area of 300m2, with 6m x 3m media screen and up to 3.70m ceiling height.

•             Air-conditioned winter garden with a table for 18 guests, of which glass panel system can be fully opened for al fresco dining.

•             Large outdoor cinema on sundeck and integrated TV 6m x 3m media wall in LOFT and 5m x 2m LED screen in the combined Helihanger/Gym and Yoga room.

•             Owner’s suite with master cabin, his and hers ensuite with hammam and private salon with direct access to exterior decks.

•             Multipurpose 400m2 teak main deck with folding bulwarks to carry any kind of tenders and toys, with a 6t crane. Helihanger is gym and disco with integrated sound, media, and light system (VIP-Room). Certified Heli landing deck with 3.56t 123m D-value with flush lighting.

•             Two 10.5m twin engine large high seas excursion Rupert tenders (one open and one cabin) and one 6m Rupert R6 tender.

•             Complete set of toys including two 300hp Seadoo Waverunners and two laser sailing dinghies for fleet races, 9m x 7m floating dock for water toys and kitesurfing.

•             Twin-engine fast Helicopter in addition available for charter: Leonardo AW 109 Grand (extra cost).

Published by SuperYachtNews  on 29.06.2020


Looking forward to Voiles D'Antibes

Les Voiles d'Antibes, The best of the best.

For the second consecutive year, Hill Robinson is the main sponsor of this famous regatta, now taking place in September. The one and only and certainly the best regatta of the 2020 classic circuit will be the 25th anniversary edition of Les Voiles d'Antibes.

Rescheduled, traditionally in June, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this regatta is now the headline event of the 2020 season. Hill Robinson is delighted to continue supporting what is for us our favourite and local regatta. Having had a long established office in Antibes and a close association with Port Vauban, our Teamwork award recognises crew teamwork and safety.

Historically September is a busy month but these new dates, 16 – 20 fit in nicely before the Cannes regatta, which should prove the perfect window for many more yachts to join in the regatta experience.

And it’s not too late to enter, so if your summer sailing plans fell short, make the most of the revised dates and enter your yacht into one of the friendliest (but still very competitive) regattas. And of course there will be all the usual camaraderie during the events and music in the Voiles d’Antibes village.

They will be facing some tough competition with over 50 yachts so far registered. Some illustrious names amongst them, Tuiga, Orianda, Hilaria, Il Moro di Venezia I, Kahurangi, Chinook, Ester, Oiseau de Feu, Viola plus many others.

  For registration: www.voilesdantibes.com


A Year of Growth With Hill Robinson Group

The corona-virus crises has caused destabilisation in almost every area of our lives, but perhaps nowhere has this been more profound than that of travel. This week it is heartening to hear news of strength amongst some of the world leading yacht management & brokerage firms, as testament to the unerring durability of the yachting industry in a time of crises. We shine a spotlight onto global yacht management firm Hill Robinson, as the company builds its senior management team and its HRCrew division reports the first quarter of 2020 to be its busiest ever.

To say Hill Robinson possesses a global reach would be something of an understatement. With a worldwide presence spanning from Florida to Monaco and even Australia, Hill Robinson's admirable portfolio services and impressive superyacht fleet make this firm a truly all-inclusive solution to every charter requirement imaginable.

Hill Robinson has firmly established itself as a reliable and prestigious charter management group, boasting an expansive fleet which includes the likes of 85.3m Bold, a show-stopper at the Monaco Yacht Show last year, and Abeking & Rasmussen 78.5m Amaryllis. Now Hill Robinson group has successfully turned its hand to both the charter and brokerage spheres, acquiring Monegasque brand Moravia Yachting in 2016 to provide a seamless operation across the board.

In line with ongoing expansion, Hill Robinson has naturally announced it is strengthening its management team by welcoming Tim Leese on board to the position of COO, while Kurt Fraser joins the group as Sales and Marketing Director.

Tim Leese brings with him a wealth of experience, spending years working for automotive companies Jaguar, Land Rover and Rolls Royce Motors before moving over to the yachting industry. After establishing his success in yacht dealership in the Middle East and South East Asia, Tim Leese comments, "Joining Hill Robinson as the COO is a great opportunity to use my combined experience in the luxury automobile industry... Hill Robinson is an exciting multifaceted business challenge for me going forward with fresh opportunities in vertical client sectors they have been so successful in as they grow."

Joining Tim Leese as new recruit and heading up the Sales and Marketing for Hill Robinson Group will be Kurt Fraser. A familiar name to many in yachting, Kurt has spent the last five years as Marketing and Commercial director with leading yacht charter and sales businesses, bringing with him years of expertise to direct the strategic positioning of Moravia Yachting as an emerging boutique brokerage.

Kurt comments, " With the solid foundations built by the Partners and Directors of Hill Robinson, across practically all key areas in the superyacht client support arena, Hill Robinson and Moravia Yachting offer an exciting launch pad to reach out to our clients in new and refreshing ways. We want to focus on the way we make a difference when supporting our clients, especially in these changing and challenging times."

Meanwhile, Hill Robinson Group has reported ongoing success across its breadth of services, as the HRCrew division saw its busiest ever quarter in the beginning of this year. Fully operational and continuing to place staff in positions ranging from 25m to 130m yachts - as well as some land-based - HRCrew plays an important role in engaging young people across the world and helping the industry grow more accessible.

From top level management to Captains and crew, Hill Robinson Group has defied the challenges of the current climate with perseverance and skill. As Nick Hill, founding partner, comments, " Even with the new challenges of the 'new-normal' world with the Covid-19 epidemic we are firmly following our strategy of recruiting the best people to drive our business objectives forward."

By Jenna Mehdi, published in Superyachts on the 29th of May 2020

Motor Yacht Amaryllis


Top 3 yachts available to charter with Hill Robinson

Upon embarking the vessel, guests are greeted by a circular lobby with an illuminated spiral staircase, draped around an elegant elevator that serves all four decks. Originally designed by Officina Italiana Design, Rarity now features fresh and timeless interior by Cristiano Gatto Design that showcases regal Italian details which are blended into an otherwise contemporary decor. Her open-plan main saloon is the ideal space to entertain and is decorated with plush velvet seating, modern artwork hanging on the walls and a grand dining area.

At 736 GT, Rarity can accommodate a party of up to 12 in six opulent staterooms comprised of a large master suite with a private office and modern ensuite facilities, a VIP suite, two double staterooms and two twin staterooms, one of which can be converted into a double suite. Onboard entertainment is available in the form of a fully equipped gym, a sky lounge with a 22-inch cinema screen; plus an abundance of water sports toys including two Yamaha Jetskis, Seabobs, wakeboards and a Castoldi jet tender.

Indigo Star I 

The 38-metre superyacht Indigo Star I - built in 1995 by the Italian shipyard Siar & Moschini to a design by Andrea Bacigalupo - has demonstrated her aptitude having completed a two-year world circumnavigation in 2017. Upon returning to her home waters in Monaco, she underwent a complete refit in 2018 and is ready to take to the charter market in prime condition.

Between her three decks, Indigo Star I’s Siar & Moschini-designed interiors combine a tailored style with a homely ambience, featuring classy Fendi furnishings and plush seating throughout. Indigo Star I provides accommodation for up to 10 guests across five staterooms comprising a master suite, a VIP stateroom, two double staterooms and a twin cabin. Meanwhile, a crew of seven, who sleep in four crew cabins, can cater to their needs.

Between her three decks, Indigo Star I’s Siar & Moschini-designed interiors combine a tailored style with a homely ambience, featuring classy Fendi furnishings and plush seating throughout. Indigo Star I provides accommodation for up to 10 guests across five staterooms comprising a master suite, a VIP stateroom, two double staterooms and a twin cabin. Meanwhile, a crew of seven, who sleep in four crew cabins, can cater to their needs.

Powered by twin MTU 12V 396 TE94 diesel-fuelled engines with 2,285 hp each, the 310 GT all-GRP Indigo Star I reaches a top speed of 21 knots. When cruising at an economic speed, she has a range of 2,800 nautical miles. For outdoor entertainment, guests can choose from the vast range of watersport toys including the Zodiac tender, Jetski, fly board with Jetski control, inflatable water slide, Seabobs, Aqualung diving sets and wakeboards.

As a leading independent yacht management company offering a personal and hands-on service to an international clientele, Hill Robinson promises clients a smooth and unforgettable charter experience.

Featured piece in the Superyacht Times written by Elodie Behravan.


Hill Robinson continues to build the senior management team

As the key players in the yachting industry gear-up for the challenge of a new-world superyacht environment for their clients, Hill Robinson is constantly developing and most importantly, reinforcing its skill base and management excellence to existing strategic objectives. This will also help meet the  dynamics of the Covid-19 environment and develop a fresh approach for the  crucial support for the future of luxury yachting, going forward.

As the whole Hill Robinson enterprise grows in size, global reach and client  support offerings, it was a natural progression to add key roles to further energise the whole of the group operations. With this strategic objective, Hill Robinson can announce they have appointed a Chief Operating Officer Tim Leese and a new Sales and Marketing Director Kurt Fraser to the expanding team.

Please take a look at our press release here: Hill Robinson continues to build the senior management team 2020