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As the spread of Coronvirus increases, we’ve put together some basic guidelines for yacht crew
The PYA joins the CLEAR OCEAN PACT to help support its mission and clean up our oceans
The Professional Yachting Association pledges its commitment to Clear Ocean Pact, helping to unite the Global Superyacht
Customers of the UK Ship Register (UKSR) are set to benefit from a more collaborative approach and improved customer service from the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) under the leadership of Director of Maritime Safety and Standards, Katy Ware.
How to avoid violating new South African tax laws affecting yacht crew from March 2020.
Learn how the PYA and partners provide mental health support to crew members.
All yachts sailing within Poros Island area to be aware of high-voltage power cables
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If sea service is submitted to the MCA without having been verified there will be significant delays in the issue of your NoE or CoC. Even if you are not a member, the PYA can verify your testimonials on a pay as you go basis.
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