Have you always wanted to take a look behind the scenes of one of the world's largest superyacht, support yacht and expedition yacht builders? Are you considering a career as one of the more than 1,500 professionals who work on absolute top quality superyachts in the heart of Vlissingen?
Damen Yachting, known for its world-famous Amels, Yacht Support and SeaXplorer yachts, is opening its doors to the public. Walk through the facilities where a number of yachts are currently being built (and bring your family and friends). Don't miss out on this rare opportunity (every two years).
Damen Yachting is located at Koningsweg 2, 4381 NA, Vlissingen, the Netherlands. In addition to our own visitor parking space, there are also various parking facilities in the immediate vicinity. You can also cycle!
Koningsweg 2 Vlissingen
Over the last twenty years, Vlissingen has grown into the most important hub for building superyachts in the Netherlands, delivering a tradition of fine craftsmanship to clients around the world.
“We are proud to continue the tradition of shipbuilding excellence that has shaped Vlissingen for generations. Today we are developing products for the future at our yard, the former Royal Schelde shipyard. Together with Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding, hundreds of engineers, designers and architects work here in Vlissingen on innovative technologies such as hybrid electric propulsion and reduced emissions.” Managing Director Rose Damen
During the Open Day you can explore a variety of disciplines involved in the construction of the world's largest superyachts. Together with your family and friends you will be welcomed by both the Damen Yachting team and representatives of the 40 subcontractors and suppliers based on site.
Delft Challenge (TU Delft)
Den Breejen Work
Heinen en Hopman
List General Contractors
Minderhoud & Schipper
Struik & Hamerslag
Van Berge Henegouwen
Van der Meijden
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