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YachtAid Global: Call for Volunteers

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YachtAid Global invites you to learn about their volunteer organization, the registered NGO  YachtAid Global - YAG - and to make a donation.

We coordinate delivery of aid to children and families in need located around the world in isolated communities via privately owned yachts. YAG is uniquely suited to leverage donor funds to benefit these communities that support yachts.

YachtAid Global founder Captain Mark Drewelow with Ecuador Agent Antonio Moreno on flight deck of M/Y UMBRA along with Euador Military post earthquake May 2016 
watch the video here.

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We realize there are a lot of choices for your donation and we appreciate you taking time to consider YAG.

Watch the YAG video here.

See YAG in action.

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The first YAG delivery by S/Y TIMONEER in Nicaragua 2007, the school kids surprised the Captain & Crew on the beach as they cruised away with this heartwarming message! 

Read more here.

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M/Y DRAGONFLY is the first to reach remote islands of Vanuatu after Cyclone Pam ripped through the region in March 2015. This video was expertly created by the Engineer on board. 

M/Y SEVEN J's delivering water filters & buckets to Cabo San Lucas post Hurricane Odile:

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Watch the video here:

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Yacht Aid Global has been providing disaster relief and humanitarian support to remote coastal communites since 2006. It has developed an extensive network of yacht owners, crew, logistics operators and donors who help us to deliver aid. Over the past decade, YAG has delivered aid to over 20 countries with the help of over 40 superyachts and 400 yacht crew, positively impacint the lives of over 100,000 people in need.

Further reading:
Yacht Owners Rally Together to Help Disaster Victims with YachtAid Global


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