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Hi, my name is Callum. I am the owner of Graphic Vibes and content provider for the Sub-Marine Newsletter. At Graphic Vibes we offer professional Photography, Videography, Drone Operations and more to the Marine Industry.
Our specialist background in Marine Interiors, along with our passion for Professional Media, is the root to the creation of Graphic Vibes. Having seen newbuild and refit projects through from the design and production of IMO Products, to marketing and selling them, we feel, who would be better fitted to come onboard and capture maritime businesses in action than us? Compared to your day to day media companies, we believe we have an enhanced vision on what you as a company, and your target audience want to see. I have also personally experienced the life as a deckhand onboard multiple SuperYachts around the Mediterranean, giving us that extra inside industry knowledge.
With state of the art equipment and a vast arsenal of experience we believe we can capture superlative content as a powerful marketing tool, specifically aimed at THE MARINE INDUSTRY.
Graphic Vibes have been busy since the start of 2022. As a new business things can be unpredictable. We are however fortunate to have such a great relationship with the team at Elite Exhibitions, who host the Cruise Ship Interiors Expo (Europe & America). CSI recently involved us in their first ever Social Networking Event in Southampton at The Harbour Hotel & Spa called “CSI Plus Social”. This was a great opportunity where we were able to engage with major cruise lines such as Carnival UK, Royal Caribbean, NCL, Saga Cruises and more; all whilst boasting our abilities as we photographed the event.
Being so close to such a wide spectrum of maritime professionals including Contractors, Designers, Cruise Executives and IMO Product Manufacturers was a great experience. Especially in the place most would consider the heart of cruising for the UK.
Last Week’s Top Stories:
Strong winds have caused a large cruise ship with thousands of passengers on board to run aground off the Dominican Republic.
The 326-metre-long Norwegian Escape was heading out to sea when the incident occurred on Tuesday.
A spokesperson for Norwegian Cruise Line said the Norwegian Escape "made contact with the channel bed as it was departing Puerto Plata"…
Italian authorities have seized the largest sail-assisted superyacht ever built, the 143m (470ft) Sailing Yacht A, Italian news outlets are reporting.
According to the Reuters news agency in Rome, the Italian prime minister’s office confirmed this morning (Saturday, March 12) that the yacht had been seized after owner, Russian billionaire Andrey Igorevich Melnichenko, was placed on an EU sanctions list following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine…
A groundbreaking platform developed by SEI delivers for the first time information on cargo transported by individual vessels, the companies that own the cargo and the greenhouse gas emissions associated with global maritime trade. Its launch comes at a time when the importance of shipping emissions is growing quickly…
The country’s government has confirmed it will not extend its current ban on international vessels arriving and departing from Australia ports, which expires on April 17.
Additional measures to reduce the risk of Covid-19 infection will be implemented, such as enhanced pre-arrival health screening of passengers, stress testing the emergency response system in relation to cruises and increased engagement with the cruise industry…
With more yachts being added to the global fleet than ever before, coming up with a concept that turns heads is no easy feat.
However, the team at Lazzarini Design Studio have been doing their best to rise to challenge. Just months after unveiling a superyacht concept that can fly and sail, the Rome-based design company has released a new design for a futuristic vessel that wouldn't look out of place in a "Star Trek" movie…
A spectacular fire has broken out at an Auckland marina, destroying at least one boat and damaging five others.
The fire started in the Pine Harbour Marina at Beachlands at about 3.30pm when a local eyewitness saw flames shooting from a motor yacht and then two men running "hard out" down the pier…
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Owner / Creative Director
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