From the time we’re small, we’re all taught the basics of being polite. Saying “please” and “thank you” are probably the earliest words we learn in that regard. Those remain in our vocabulary throughout our lives, too, even when we are well beyond our formal schooling years.
Well, it’s never too late to learn. At least we think so. Which is why we’d like to say “Spasibo!” (“Thank you!”) to the editors of Motor Boat & Yachting Russia.
The magazine just published a wonderful piece about us in its latest issue. If you’re fluent in Russian, you can read it at left. For those of you who are like us, with all of two or three Russian words in our vocabulary, it’s a brief overview of how we work with clients like you to customize a book that tells your unique story.
Since we announced ourselves to the world in March, the story behind Superyacht Storytellers has hit every corner of the globe. And we’re grateful for the enormous interest. We’ve spoken with yacht designers in The Netherlands, yacht owners in the United States and South Pacific, and shipyards from Italy to Taiwan. We’ve discussed super-size tomes chronicling the remarkable histories of companies and photo-driven projects meant to market brands to broader audiences.
With every conversation, we’ve learned a few things, too. Primarily, though, we’ve learned that no matter where you live in this great big world, and no matter what language you speak, sharing stories is universal.
So, to the magazine’s staff: Spasibo, editors—bolshoe spasibo!
Or, in their Cyrillic script: