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Camper & Nicholsons is delighted to welcome Daniela Duck to its new-build team
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Camper & Nicholsons is delighted to welcome Daniela Duck to its new-build team

Camper & Nicholsons
19th April 2021

Daniela Duck has joined Camper & Nicholsons as New Build Coordinator, based out of our Geneva office.

German-born Daniela joins Camper & Nicholsons after 15 years with superyacht builder Perini Navi in Viareggio, an experience that offered her a 360-degree overview of the entire build process.Along with an initial role in the Purchasing Department, where she gained a deep knowledge of the primary subcontractors of the industry, she worked for a decade in Client Support and Contract Management, assisting Owners and their team all the way from contract signature to delivery. Subsequently, she also managed the yacht’s warranty phase.

A graduate of the University of Florence and with a Masters in PR & International Marketing, Daniela speaks English, Italian and French.

As one of the world’s oldest and most respected names in yachting, Camper & Nicholsons has been involved in the construction of yachts since 1782. Always at the forefront of innovation in the industry, our approach to the build process transcends the supervisory services of other brokerage companies.

To support yacht Owners across the entire process, we assign to each project a handpicked team of technical experts who understand shipyard logic, construction methods and processes, efficient costing and pricing, and effective management of industry-leading subcontractors. This team is also available to work on-site across every stage of the construction process.

Daniela’s appointment reflects a successful year for Camper & Nicholsons' dedicated New Build Division, with eight vessels sold, as well as project management assignments at some of the world’s top shipyards.

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