03 Jul 2023

Gym Marine publishes statistics on market share < Back

By Gym Marine

As Gym Marine Yachts & Interiors approaches its 10th year of trading, we have taken the opportunity to review our industry position and project portfolio since the company’s inception in 2014.

We are delighted to confirm that we have designed gym spaces and supplied equipment to the majority of yachts in the Top 100 list. Gym Marine has previously assisted with 50% of the top 50 largest yachts currently in operation and 58% of the top 100.

Activities taking place on these projects range from full gym design at the new build stage, to designs for yachts undergoing refits, provision of equipment for charter rentals, as well as servicing and standard supply of equipment for guests and crew.

With a strong pipeline of projects for new build projects over 100m in process, Gym Marine expects continued growth and to remain at the forefront of this industry sector for the next decade.

“I want to take this opportunity to thank all our clients and suppliers who have trusted and supported our business over the past nine years. I could not have imagined when I first started the company, whilst working as yacht crew, that we could achieve such a strong reputation within the industry, a raft of high-profile repeat clients and of course these incredible stats. I am hugely grateful for my team, and in particular my business partner Guy Royffe, for all they do and the brilliant culture we have created at Gym Marine over the years.” – Edward Thomas, Managing Director of the Gym Marine Group.

Gym Marine begins its 10th year of trading on October 1st 2023. We are headquartered in Bath, United Kingdom, and in 2019 we opened our first overseas subsidiary in Amsterdam, and the latest hub in Fort Lauderdale began trading in January 2023. The company also operates a specialist Spa Design division called Coral Spa Consultants.



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