The city and the port monitored the complaints, but only recorded a total of three complaints spread out over a four-day event. This shows that the choice of implantation and the constant quality control have worked effectively.
The majority of the team consisted of volunteers. They were recruited by a call on social media. The entire group of volunteers was managed via a special registration site. In addition, we also provided a crew house with catering tent, etc.
The programme included a crew parade, crew party, crew house with daily entertainment, captains’ dinner, hospitality events on the ships, performances at the MAS, after-work party, fireworks, European Football Championship on the big screen, exhibitions, etc.
What few know is that Sylvester and Push to Talk were also tasked with the recruitment of the ships for the race, which is why the event team travelled all over the world to attend nautical events in the years leading up to the race.
A ‘study on economic impact’, commissioned by the city of Antwerp, estimates that The Tall Ships Races generated 6 million euros for the local economy. A satisfaction survey, prepared during the event by conducting live surveys, also gives the following results:
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