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Launch of PYA Superyacht Captains' Seminar

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With increasing legislation, high owner expectations and ever larger vessels, the role of a superyacht captain has never been more complex or subject to change. Training and support around seamanship is abundant, but support in the operational and managerial elements of the role are harder to find.

The Professional Yachting Association (PYA) has therefore launched a seminar dedicated to supporting superyacht captains in this challenging environment, available to members and non-members and hosted by The Training Academy.

Captains will be able to learn from the experts in accounting, refit, law and disaster management during two days of intensive analysis, debate and case studies on all aspects of running a superyacht, now and in the future.

The seminar takes place on 27 and 28 February 2017 in St-Laurent Du Var in the South of France. Spaces are limited to 32 to enable attendees to get the best experience possible - with a 20% LAUNCH DISCOUNT places are selling fast!

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About the Professional Yachting Association (PYA)

PYA is a not for profit association run for crew by crew, founded in 1991 in response to the first Large Yacht Code (LYC). We have a long history of working with policy makers tasked with writing rules and regulations that affect yachts and yachting, and offer advice on training and certification and resolving disputes with employers. 

About The Training Academy (TTA)
The Training Academy is the classroom division of the Maritime Services Group which includes Maritime Services International, leading maritime surveyors and Maritime Training Academy, a market leader in distance learning. We provide outstanding classroom and onsite training for companies and individuals, working with some of the leading trainers and experts in their fields.

Contact information:

Tel: +44 (0)23 9228 7828
Email: info@thetrainingacademy.net


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