Passion for luxury yachts and digital media
Ahoy, I’m René from northern Germany – the Blogger-in-Chief, founder but also tea cooker, cleaner etc. of yachtemoceans. Or in short form: The maid-of-all-work. If you want a fancy title: Head of Everything.
I created yachtemoceans to show the interesting things about luxury yachts and superyachts (yachts and concepts itself – no position changes etc.) on all devices with a good user experience. That was some years ago not a standard. I have a passion for luxury yachts, sailing, and digital media (especially user experience, social intranets (internal company communication, social media, online marketing, branding, virtual reality) and worked for some years in the project management of hmmh – an agency of digital commerce and brand communication (in the top five of Germany’s ad agencies) in Bremen. I took some of my skills and launched yachtemoceans as a small blog for a one-year testing phase. After the testing phase, the blog got a new skin, a new concept, and a new logo.
My own background
I grew up with smaller boats (from the optimist to the 11-meter sailing yacht in the family) before I found my passion in luxury yachts when I was 16 years old. I am following the industry for 16 years.
In 2003 I started a business training and in 2005 I started a further business management and computer science training.
I am working in an honorary position for several non-profit organizations and do the corporate communication (website, social media, consulting) there.
I speak German (native language), English (second language) and Dutch (more or less at the beginning but feel free to write in Dutch – every training is welcome).
Currently, I am working as a Consultant for Digital Media and as Independent Luxury Yacht Consultant for a yacht agency based in Düsseldorf.
Questions? Improvement suggestions?
Please use the contact form or write an e-mail to hello(at)yachtemoceans(dot)com
By the way, I prefer people (or companies) that introduce their self before I am on the list of bulk mailing press (a one-liner is enough :))