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Blue Water Yachting  (Rate this company)

Category: Crew

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Blue Water was established 14 years ago and has become the main provider of professional Yacht Crew Training in France, Spain and Italy. We also have brokerage, charter, yacht management and crew placement divisions. We have course accreditations from the UK MCA, the RYA and the Nautical Institute in London. Our quality assurance is audited under ISO 9001 : 2000 by Lloyds Register. We recently were elected to the International Association of Safety and Survival Trainers at their European meeting in Cork. We have our own MCA approved fire training facility in Biot, France where we can also undertake fire team training for yachts getting prepared for the season or for a crossing.

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Tel / Fax: +33(0)493 34 47 73  /  +33(0)493 34 77 74
Email Address: john@bluewateryachting.com
Website: www.bluewateryachting.com

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Blue Water Yachting in the News

Sea vs Sky More Details

Yachting and aviation are often compared, but just how different is a career on the water to one in the skies?

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Your top training schools and recruitment agencies: The results are in... More Details

We bring you the third and final set of analysis from our Superyacht Golden Ticket crew survey, and take a look at your and your yacht’s go-to companies for training and recruitment.

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Refresher training: it's not all bad More Details

Amid ongoing complaints about STCW refresher training for superyacht crew, we speak to one captain wh, has changed his tune and is promoting the importance of updating hands-on training.

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Crew "must provide better service" More Details

Bluewater Yachting's director of training, John Wyborn, laments the lack of industry training standards.

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Is there a venture waiting at Vulkan? More Details

Last year, Vulkan Shipyard repossessed the half-complete project, 42.1m motoryacht 'VK_1', after the original buyer defaulted. The nature of the situation meant that work on the boat ground to a halt, the yard remained inactive and was, itself, put up for sale. SuperyachtNews.com speaks to ...

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The cost of a yacht ticket: join the debate More Details

In issue 69 an experienced first officer provided an evaluation of the cost of a career in yachting. Two training providers contacted us to voice their discontent with the analysis, so we bring you the debate and ask you to join in.

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Engineering the inevitable More Details

The MCA has begun a series of meetings in order to plan a restructuring of training and certification for engineers across the marine industry. SuperyachtNews.com speaks exclusively to John Wyborn, who attended the first of these discussions in early May, to find out more about what was dis...

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Thinking ethically More Details

Concerns over ethics are deterring potential owners from entering the industry. Could a shift in crew mindset and training help to improve transparency in the industry?

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Calling all chief engineers and ETOs! More Details

The Institution of Engineering and Technology and the Professional Yachting Association are looking for expert seafaring engineers to establish an online working group to raise the standards of engineering at sea.

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This Week in Superyacht Brokerage: Market continues to see fewer reductions More Details

SuperyachtNews speaks with Mark Elliott from IYC regarding the recent market activity.

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This Week in Superyacht Brokerage: Five sales completed including 45m Helix More Details

SuperyachtNews.com speaks with Kevin Merrigan of Northrop Johnson for an update on the market this week.

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This Week in Superyacht Brokerage: Sales increase from last week More Details

SuperyachtNews.com speaks with Sean Doyle of Northrop Johnson following his sale of 62.5m Icon Yacht, 'Maidelle' last week.

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