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YACHT ESSENTIALS


Work & Rest POD International


Totally new in the product range of Aquaglide is the Cyclone.Cyclone is the ultimate energy burner! A human hamster wheel on water, this unique mesh design is a double whammy serving as a super soaker while helping to cool you off as the wheel rotates. he yclones inner tubes help with rotation while the free oating feature allows for ultimate spinning. This water front piece can connect from all 4 sides, and the inner straps help to keep the wheel from blowing away. It makes really a lot of fun! Aquaglide CYCLONES giant water wheel can accommodate up to four people at a time. For more details Tel: +49 08035/963929 or visit www.pod.international


WorkRest app is the new essential and effortless way for crew to log and monitor their work and rest hours using any device, as defined by the Maritime Labour Convention. At the end of the month, the user and the admin of the vessel are emailed a ready-to-print PDF Time-Sheet - IMO/ ILO compliant. Useful features include daily reminders, in-app signature & multiple day entry. It’s fully functional both on-and-off line and all entries are automatically synced to the online vessels monitoring dashboard, where captains are able to review and approve their crews’ entries. For more details


Tel : +44 (0)7720 466012 or visit www.workrestapp.com


Trafalgar Yacht Support


Trafalgar Yacht Support is part of Burgess Marine; offering a range of services with their ethos being to support the yacht as, where and when needed. Their core offerings are Safety (ISM) creating bespoke safety management systems ranging from a full to a mini SMS and the provision of Technical ervices  refits ashore and alongside, dry docks, surveys


and project management


via the wealth of experience within Burgess Marine. The company hold their DoC from the MCA and are based inside the STP shipyard, Palma de Mallorca. For more details Tel: + 34 971 224 982 or visit www.trafalgaryachtsupport.com


150 | AUTUMN 2016 | ONBOARD Iguana Yachts


The Iguana amphibious boats provide cutting edge technology in total luxury and comfort. Giving you the freedom to utilise this versatile yacht as a tender, a chase boat or even a beach boat. Extremely stable on the sea, the Iguana Yachts offer a stunning sleek design in harmony with its unique technology. You can feel the power and performance while crossing the waters in this safe and reliable performance yacht at speeds upwards of 35 knots and your guests are ensured of the utmost comfort and safety with a luxurious and elegant interior With the fully integrated retractable tracks extended, the yacht is driven with a simple joy stick control giving a smooth and efficient land vehicle For more details Tel: +33(0)6 62 57 61 62 or visit www.iguana-yachts.com


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