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Since 1985, crewmembers have relied on MedAire’ travel safety solutions including medical kits and equipment, MCA-compliant first responder training and remote telemedicine and security assistance. We are yachting industry’ largest network of medical and safety professionals.

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Email Address: medlinkyachts@medaire.com
Website: medaire.com

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MedAire in the News

Superyachts seek medical personnel on board More Details

A new service responds to the demand for medics, and highlights the concept of 'supernumeraries' under the MLC

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MedAire maps superyacht safety More Details

MedAire has launched its Travel Risk Map 2016, an interactive map that highlights and locates both medical and security risks across the globe.

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Superyacht News nerve-centre at GSF More Details

This year, the editorial and creative teams of The Superyacht Group will have a dedicated area at the Global Superyacht Forum.

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Fuel for good at GSF More Details

Dirk Kronemeijer, CEO and founder of Dutch biofuel company GoodFuels, will host a technical session at the Global Superyacht Forum this month.

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Great expectations More Details

The 2015 edition of the Global Superyacht Forum is almost upon us, and this year change is the order of the day. Editor, Will Mathieson previews his potential highlights of the superyacht industry's premier discussion platform.

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A pioneer of the air and sea More Details

Conrado Dornier is a third-generation aviation expert, a passionate sailor and owner of S/Y Tiziana. Dornier will take to the stage at GSF this November.

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Doctor, doctor! More Details

The MLC requires that all yachts carrying 15-plus crew and engaged in a trip of more than three days must provide a dedicated medical space on board. The Superaycht Owner looks at exactly what these spaces necessitate.

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Diagnosing the problem More Details

The MLC requires that yachts with 15 crew or more in build must now have a dedicated medical space on board. We look at what these medical spaces actually include, and whether the benefit is really for the crews or the owners.

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Superyachts called to help cyclone-hit Vanuatu More Details

YachtAid Global is asking the superyacht community to band together to support those devastated by the cyclone that hit Vanuatu earlier this month via monetary donations, aid-in-kind or superyacht relief support.

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MedAire launches Sea to Shore app More Details

MedAire has launched a new travel and medical safety app for superyacht excursions.

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A busy period for MedAire More Details

MedAire will unveil a collection of new products following its partnership with Oyster Yachts.

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(Re)freshen up More Details

Come January 2017, crew will be required to undertake refresher training on a number of courses - an answer to captains' complaints of the skill set of today's crew. But what does the need for this training really say about the industry?

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