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Whether you are a United States Coast Guard (USCG) or United Kingdom Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) certified mariner upgrading your certifications, needing to complete your mandated STCW refresher courses and other gap-closing requirements, or are just getting started, you have come to the right place.

At ICT you will experience seasoned maritime faculty, the latest electronics and teaching tools, new simulation equipment, an onsite indoor training pool, friendly and helpful administration staff, and many other benefits including a comfortable student lounge, galley and workout facilities. 

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Tel / Fax: 9547797764  /  9545301020
Email Address: info@yachtmaster.com
Website: www.yachtmaster.com

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International Crew Training in the News

Bluewater announces management expansion to US More Details

Having been present in the US for a year, bluewater is expanding its European yacht-management operations to the US

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Will crew training schools ever win? More Details

Crew tend to complain about the myriad courses on offer, but aren't these courses exactly what captains and senior crew are asking for?

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Bluewater takes on USA as it incorporates ICT and Crew Unlimited More Details

Bluewater, has joined forces with Fort Lauderdale-based Crew Unlimited and International Crew Training, significantly strengthening its position in the crew market.

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Making the switch More Details

The industry is increasing its focus on career progression, but what about those crewmembers who want to take a step sidewards (and upwards) and switch departments? We look at the best way to make the switch between the interior and deck departments.

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The Superyacht Golden Ticket survey is live! More Details

The Superyacht Golden Ticket survey and competition for superyacht crew is live. Simply take the survey and your yacht will be entered into a prize draw to win a treasure chest worth over €50,000!

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ICT gives preview of new crew training facility More Details

The Crew Report was invited to visit International Crew Training's new training facility in Fort Lauderdale, scheduled for completion in December. Tripled in size and constructed in an old gym, we bring you the latest.

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Deckhands "struggling" with unnecessary ratings More Details

In an exclusive interview, ICT's chief operations officer Brian Luke explains how we are seeing a trend of deckhands fighting for an unnecessary Yachtmaster rating.

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Proposed Yacht Captains Association grows with addition of Captain Mike French More Details

Captain Ian Bone, one of the initiators of the recently proposed Yacht Captains Association, has announced the expansion of the Association with the addition of Captain Mike French.

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PYA & ICT provide glimpse of new training courses More Details

The Sea Changes Forum, hosted by the PYA and ICT, at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, provided a snapshot of an improved future of crew training.

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Finding the right balance More Details

At the 2013 American Superyacht Forum, it was suggested that there is a need for more female crew. But are existing stereotypes stopping women from progressing in the industry?

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It takes two More Details

Hiring a couple on board superyachts can be a risk and is often widely avoided, and this is causing a problem for the yacht industry. Would crew longevity increase if the industry was more accommodating for couples?

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Stars and stripes More Details

With many job applications openly stating that US crewmembers need not apply, The Crew Report investigates why the brand of the US crewmember finds itself unjustly tarnished and stereotyped.

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