Conference-Goers Cannes Make an Exhibition of Themselves Aboard Classic

Cannes’ most famous conference takes place every May, when stars attending
the International Film Festival generate headlines around the world, but
the city hosts major conferences all year round – including MIDEM, the
conference for the music business – and now conference-goers and corporate
entertainers can make an exhibition of themselves and entertain special
guests aboard the classic Edwardian Gentleman’s yacht, Romola.
Classic Charter Company has launched into the burgeoning business tourism
market with Romola, a lovingly restored vessel, available for private
charter to exhibitors and conference-goers looking to escape the hustle
and bustle of the conference centre by offering a selection of special
guests a corporate entertainment package with a distinct touch of class.
Berthed in the coveted Old Quarter at Cannes, Romola is just as convenient
for any conference-goer as a city centre hotel – but infinitely more
glamorous!
Polly Multon, general manager of Classic Charter Company, said, “Although
the standard practice for high-level conference-goers is to instruct their
PAs to book them into a hotel, conveniently located for the conference
centre during the day and for exploring the sights and sounds of your
chosen destination at night, there are occasions when the standard just
doesn’t suffice.

“Now available for private charter, Romola offers an exceptional
alternative to the standard hotel fare and affords conference-goers,
corporate entertainers and exhibitors alike a rare opportunity to make an
exhibition of themselves and treat important guests to a luxury cruise on
a classic Edwardian yacht.”
Added Ms Multon, “A yacht under their own command allows conference-goers
and exxhibitors an opportunity to create a premier corporate entertainment
package unique to their particular requirements, with four crew on hand at
all times to provide a discrete but attentive service usually reserved for
luxury hotels.”
Offering five separate meeting areas for up to 10 delegates, with catering
provided by an on-board chef, ranging from light lunches to evening
dinners, Romola effortlessly blends the style and grace of an Edwardian
yacht with all the mod cons required of corporate meeting facilities
including: audio visual services; web access; air conditioning and a
conference facilitator fluent in English, German and French.
“Whether they seek the seclusion of the Mediterranean’s remote beaches and
off shore islands or the timelessly chic Riviera resorts of St. Tropez,
Juan le Pins and Monaco, the moment conference-goers and exhibitors
charter a yacht the possibilities are endless,” said Ms Multon

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