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About

Country:

Spain

Category:

Crew

Website:

www.ycocrew.com

A hard-working, well-functioning and qualified crew is vital to a successful superyacht. Y.CREW finds crew who work seamlessly together. Who suit the yacht, the captain and the Owner. Working closely with captains and management teams and listening carefully to specific requirements, we hand-select candidates for every position onboard. 

Contact

Address:

1-3 Place du Revely
Antibes
06600

Contacts:

Name:Y.CREW Antibes
Tel:+33 492 90 92 90
Email:info@ycrew.com
Website:www.ycrew.com

News summary

Image for The MCA and REG recognise Maltese yacht-restricted CoCs

The MCA and REG recognise Maltese yacht-restricted CoCs

The PYA has received a statement from the British MCA detailing concrete information for crew holding Maltese Certificates of Competence…

Operations

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How to make a fair presentation of risk

Hill Dickinson’s Francesca Conn and David Reardon dissect the Delos v Allianz case and explain what this means for superyacht insurance…

Business

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Fire in Phuket

A 34-metre sailing yacht caught ablaze yesterday whilst it was unmanned and anchored in Thailand…

Fleet

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Nautilus sends warning to Cayman Captains

The seafarer union has raised its concerns to captains of Cayman-flagged vessels following the recently amended Merchant Shipping Act 2024…

Owner

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What do you think of Central America?

We want to hear from you: What are your thoughts on marina developments in Central America?

Opinion

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Crew harassment prevention

Benjamin Maltby discusses the requirement later this year for employers to take “reasonable steps” to prevent sexual harassment of their employees…

Operations

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Big cat country

Monohulls still comprise the lion’s share of the fleet, but could large multihulls ever overcome current prejudices to become the new kings of the jungle?

Owner

Image for Feadship’s first hybrid electric readies for sea trials

Feadship’s first hybrid electric readies for sea trials

Project 1012 has finally exited the construction shed at the Dutch shipyard’s facility in Makkum ahead of its final fittings prior to delivery…

Fleet

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