As a member of the IGY Anchor Club Loyalty Program created by IGY Marinas, the impressive 85-metre Oceanco mega yacht Vibrant Curiosity has been earning points since January 2012, while docking at an IGY owned superyacht marina. IGY Anchor Club members get points for simply docking at an IGY marina, the 42k+ points equating to approximately 40 nights of dockage.
“We discussed what we should do with the accumulated points and Captain Jeff, my reliever, suggested we donate them to charity,” states Captain Mats Bengtsson, one of the rotational Captains aboard M/Y Vibrant Curiosity. The owner concurred.
This is not the first time superyacht Vibrant Curiosity has donated to YachtAid Global. When it came time to pay the agent services bill for lining up tours and other details at North Island Marina at Port McNeil, British Columbia, marina owner Steve Jackman suggested the fee be donated to YachtAid Global.
Steve Jackman is a huge supporter of the charity and was even on hand at the Admiral Technomar USA Launch event held at Chima restaurant during FLIBS 2013, where YAG was a partner in coordination with Lucid Yachts.
YAG Founder Mark Drewelow introduced the Vibrant Curiosity yacht to YachtAid Global when they became a client of Drewelow’s Superyacht Port Agency, C2C, Inc. in April 2013 due to their extensive cruising schedule.
“Vibrant Curiosity is a great client of C2C and is a perfect fit for the YachtAid Global program. YachtAid Global is proud to be associated with IGY’s Anchor Club program and we look forward to working more closely with the plethora of IGY international marinas in the future,” states Drewelow.