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UKSA is one of the best places in the world to train. In fact, we’re one of the top three providers of MCA certificates in the yachting world. We offer training from entry level right the way through to 3,000gt.

Food and accommodation come as standard, you’ll live and eat on our fully equipped site in Cowes on the Isle of Wight. Everything you need you’ll find on our vibrant 3.5 acre waterfront location: accommodation block, canteen, bar and classrooms are all housed on campus.

We’re also easily accessible from Bournemouth, Southampton and London airports. With transport links arriving at either Portsmouth or Southampton ferry terminals.

Our doors don’t close when classes end. We offer flexibility and extensive scheduling around each course, with access to our classrooms and resources in the evening too.

Directed by Bill Tate, our instructional team is made up of highly skilled industry experts from the Royal Navy, Merchant Navy and superyacht sectors. Authorities that will share their skills and expertise with you as you study.

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Tel / Fax: +44 (0)1983 203038  /  +44 (0)1983 295938
Email Address: info@uksa.org
Website: www.uksa.org

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A sea change More Details

Jenny Matthews, founder of She of the Sea, discusses gender balance in the superyacht market

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Insight into the ‘Women in Maritime’ task force More Details

We speak to members of Maritime UK’s new initiative

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UKSA celebrates 30 years More Details

The sailing charity hosted an event last night to commemorate their anniversary and raise money for new facilities.

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Where should funding come from? More Details

Unlike the merchant sector, current superyacht cadetships are not supported by the industry they seek to serve

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Tackling the engineer shortage More Details

We speak to Falmouth Marine School's Emma Baggett about the engineering cadetship that's in the pipeline

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The Crew Report: Monaco Yacht Show issue More Details

What can superyacht crew find in our brand new issue? From repatriation issues to alternative career paths, it's all here.

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The cadetships shaping the future of superyacht crew More Details

A look at the cadetships on offer from the UKSA and Warsash Superyacht Academy and their respective benefits.

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Increased interest from female deck candidates More Details

UKSA has seen unprecedented numbers of women enrol in professional yacht cadetship

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Further clarification on STCW requirements More Details

The MCA's latest Marine Information Note seeks to address any confusion surrounding new STCW requirements

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Family appeal for increase in accident awareness More Details

Following the tragic death of bosun William Black in 2010, his family hope to highlight the importance of crew safety

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Changes to Advanced Sea Survival course More Details

The MCA has announced a revised course and a 3-hour update for qualifications gained before 2012.

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A reprieve of sorts for STCW refreshers More Details

An IMO circular provides temporary relief for crew not in possession of their refresher certification.

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