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Who am I and what is Sub-Marine?
Hi, my name is Callum. I am the owner of Graphic Vibes and content provider for the Sub-Marine Newsletter. Sub-Marine (short for: Subject-Marine) is a newsletter created to keep you in the know about everything Marine. Whether that be the latest design concepts, newbuild production lists, latest disasters, or eco-revolutions. All you need to know in one place!
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.
This Week’s Lesson:
“Focus on being productive, rather than busy”.
As is the case in many businesses, workload management is extremely important in ensuring you deliver your product/service on time, and to a high quality. By being productive, you offer your customer your best possible service, along with the ability to focus on your personal/business growth. I believe a small part of everyone wants to be busy and so this is something we strive for. By focusing our energy on this it can in turn de-prioritise what really matters. In reality, if you deliver a high quality and valued asset you will naturally generate a busy workflow.
Recent Top Stories:
The most lavish suites on cruise ships fuse the best cutting-edge technology with the timeless luxury of 24-hour butler service, catering to your every whim…
Shipyards and operators are increasingly cooperating on ambitious green plans for the design and build of new vessels. Ultra-luxury brand Silversea Cruises has commenced construction on Silver Nova, the first ship in its Project Evolution series, at Meyer Werft in Papenburg. Set for delivery in summer 2023, Silver Nova will run on LNG as its main fuel but will use fuel cells and batteries when berthed to become the first hybrid, luxury cruise ship that is free of local emissions at port…
While a total of nine cruise ships were scrapped in 2021, six cruise ships have already been beached during the first four months of 2022 for recycling purposes.
As the pandemic still shows its effects on the industry, the vessels were sent to two scrapyards, which are now performing the dismantling processes in order to repurpose and sell off building materials, fixtures and technical parts…
The P&O Australia cruise liner Pacific Explorer is the first to make an Australian return since a ban triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020…
The crew of a yacht were forced to abandon their vessel after running into difficulties on Saturday afternoon (April 16)…
German authorities said they have seized the world’s largest superyacht following official confirmation that the vessel had links to Russian billionaire and business tycoon Alisher Usmanov…
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