Daisy Cooper, Business Development and Marketing Assistant | TJB Super Yachts

Daisy Cooper

Business Development and Marketing Assistant

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Growing up close to the sea, Daisy has always been passionate about sailing and the yachting world. Previously having worked as a bosun for a yacht club on the Solent, she has technical experience in managing boats within the yachting sector. Working so closely with clients at the club has also given her exceptional communication and customer care skills.

Since graduating University, Daisy joined our TJB team as Business Development and Marketing Assistant. Her science-based degree has afforded her invaluable analytical and problem-solving abilities. Together with her extensive yachting experience and creative nature, Daisy has a range of talents to draw on in her role at TJB.

Having been sailing on holidays around the world, she knows that details are key to an outstanding charter. She is excited to share her love of yachting and strives to help provide each client with a unique and excellent experience. Daisy’s enthusiasm and her understanding of the complexities of the yachting industry make her an asset to TJB.

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Telephone: +44 207 183 4393

Languages: English

Location: London, UK

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The attention to detail. The best charters are the ones where the little details have been considered – it makes the experience more unique. TJB always thinks about the little details, and the charters feel so bespoke and personal.

The people I get to meet. It’s nice working with people who share my love of the yachting industry. Working with such enthusiastic people is inspiring and it makes the job so exciting.

  1. Finding a broker who understands your needs and communicate your expectations to them. The broker is so integral to the organisation of your trip. Tell them exactly what you would like and what you’re expecting from your charter. The broker can advocate these needs and may offer tailored suggestions of places to visit and things to do.
  2. Pick the right people to holiday with, and ensure that you all want the same things out of the charter e.g. do you want more of a relaxed, sun-filled holiday or an action-packed sightseeing excursion?
  3. Ensure that you have a fun and reliable crew.

I love Greece because there are so many beautiful islands to explore. You are never too far away from a secluded anchorage with glittering, clear water and secret, hidden beaches. Also, I love Greek food!

Different manufactories all have different strengths. Azimut/Benetti/Sunseeker are known for their semi-custom boats which cut down the lead time and guarantee a beautifully classic, tried and tested design.

That being said, the care and craftsmanship of Dutch engineering is unparalleled. Feadship, in particular, produce consistently innovative, well thought out boats which are always beautifully finished. If money and time are no object, that is what I would choose.

Lots of tenders and water toys. They are a must have for exploring new destinations!

Find a broker who is very knowledgeable, this way they can advise you on the right boat for your needs and will elevate some of the hard work of the search.

I have a double first cousin.

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