If you are new to yachting have you heard of the MLC?
The Maritime Labour Convention (2006) is often referred to as “The Seafarer’s Bill of Rights” and defines the requirements and conditions for …
The Maritime Labour Convention (2006) is often referred to as “The Seafarer’s Bill of Rights” and defines the requirements and conditions for the employment of seafarers on commercial yachts as well as providing comprehensive rights and protection at work for seafarers.
We’ve created a useful summary of what the MLC is and who it applies to. Find out more here: www.sarniayachts.com/crew/maritime-labour-convention/
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