Regs4yachts Opens Stateside Office

Press Release
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Regs4ships Limited will open a new Fort Lauderdale satellite office.



Listening to the feedback of customers, the company’s superyacht division Regs4yachts has identified a strong client base in the United States of America.



To develop this business the Regs4yachts team are developing strong client focussed services, with an emphasis on delivering that personal touch. The stateside office will be offering a suite of services to Marshall Islands flagged vessels initially and a team of surveyors are ready to start taking enquiries.



Regs4yachtssurveyors are on hand to deal with any Marshall Islands regulatory issues, including annual surveys for commercially operating yachts and 84‐day operations, where a private yacht can charter for up to 84‐daysin a year to recover running costs. Other survey work that can be undertaken includes ISM and ISPS audits and external Document of Compliance (DoC) audits.



Pending approval, Regs4yachtssurveyors will also be able to undertake Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006 compliance inspections, helping to ensure that commercially operating superyachts are ready ahead of the implementation date of  August 20, 2013.

 

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