Posted: 17th April 2018 | Written by: Nautilus Int. - Andrew Linington
The Mission to Seafarers has launched its report on the findings of the Seafarer Happiness Index survey, which collates feedback on 10 key areas of life at sea, including mental and physical health, diet, rest, workloads, connectivity and access to shore leave. The concerning results show that seafarer happiness has been falling for the last three years, a decline which should prompt reassessment among those in the industry of crew's working conditions, workload and access to support.
Posted: 23rd November 2016 | Written by: Amy Halsted, Associations Alliance
Created in 1961, The Marine Industries Association of South Florida (MIASF) is a non-profit trade organization dedicated to protecting and developing the region’s $11.5 billion marine industry, which also generates 136,000 jobs. With over 500 members in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach Counties, MIASF also owns the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS).
Posted: 14th September 2016 | Written by: PYA
On 28th July the Paris MoU administration announced that there will be a new "Concentrated Inspection Campaign" from 1st September until 30th November focussing on MLC 2006 compliance.
Posted: 6th September 2016 | Written by: PYA
As part of its commitment to Continuing Professional Development, the PYA is once again hosting a jampacked programme of informative events for the yachting industry at this year's Monaco Yacht Show. Don't forget to register for your place!
Posted: 17th August 2016 | Written by: OnboardOnline
For many seafarers, Nautilus International is an important ally during their maritime careers, while for many in the yachting industry it remains a bit of a mystery. There's also the view in some corners that superyacht employment and unions don't mix. Nautilus wants to change this so we spoke to Danny McGowan to learn about the many benefits to individual members of all ranks.
Posted: 29th June 2016 | Written by: PYA
The PYA is very pleased to share the good news that the French government has agreed to remove a significant portion of the yachting sector from its Décret Etat d’Accueil legislation, and the famous Cabotage Declaration issue we have been dealing with since the end of last year will no longer apply to commercial yachts that comply with the “70% rule”.
Posted: 21st June 2016 | Written by: PYA
On the 14th May, the PYA hosted two interactive GUEST training sessions for interior crew at the Royal Beach Hotel in Antibes.
Posted: 11th April 2016 | Written by: PYA
Crew can now have their attendance at selected ACREW Continuing Professional Development events stamped into the brand new PYA Crew Work Book.
Posted: 16th March 2016 | Written by: PYA
Exciting news for Superyacht Chefs! The Professional Yachting Association (PYA) has recently signed an agreement with Worldchefs where PYA and WORLDCHEFS will each recognise the other as an Associate Member of their organisations.
Posted: 26th January 2016 | Written by: ICOMIA
The International Council of Marine Industry Associations (ICOMIA) has issued a ‘Call For Sponsors’ for its South East Asia Project - an initiative to identify and understand obstacles to growth in South East Asia; interact with national and local authorities and create recommendations on how to develop a friendly leisure boating environment in the region.