Chief Executive Officer
Starting his career with a chart supplying company in 2000, David could see a niche in the superyacht market for a more supported service, which at that time did not exist. A few years of storing charts under his bed at his parents’ home for only a couple of yachts, quickly developed into dsnm, the multi-faceted navigation management company you see today. David’s enthusiasm for the business and its clients means he enjoys a very active role in the day to day running of the company and client relations. Outside of the office, he can often be found enjoying a round or two of golf and following many sports including motor racing, rugby, and football.
Office telephone No: +44 (0) 2381 800321
Mobile: +44 (0)7810 823 400
Chief Operating Officer
Having previously worked for Sunseeker, Alicia joined dsnm in 2007. Her passion for the Superyacht industry can be seen in the progressive way she manages the company’s branding and marketing ensuring that dsnm is continually growing and developing new opportunities to stay at the forefront of the industry.
Alongside her role at dsnm, Alicia enjoys travelling and is an accomplished and keen showjumping rider and has successfully competed all over Europe with her team of horses.
Office telephone No: +44 (0) 2381 800322
Mobile: +44 (0) 7780 954 646
Being a keen and experienced sailor himself, Martin has a love of the sea and brings with him over 40 years of knowledge. Since joining the company in 2009, he has played a crucial role in developing the yacht management procedures and assisting in the development of the digital side of the service.
In his spare time, Martin can often be found cooking up a storm with his green egg BBQ with a nice glass of red wine.
Office telephone No: +44 (0) 2381 800323
Mobile: +44 (0)7787 521 842
Office telephone No: +44 (0) 2381 800325
Mobile: +44 (0) 7887 928 634
Ted & Betty Store
The Security Team
The four-legged members of dsnm, Ted and Betty, have varied roles within the office. If not curled up snoozing in their baskets, they will usually be found at the door waiting for the local delivery drivers to arrive to receive the daily parcels in exchange for a biscuit or two.
On a rare day off, they love nothing more than long walks in the countryside followed by a nap by the fire, the office life can take its toll on a Jack Russell.