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YACHT ESSENTIALS Chris Clifford recommends his essential products and services for the coming season


J.J. Yuill & Co.


J.J. Yuill & Co. was founded to specialise in marine and international employment advice and support.They advise employers on tax and social security efficient solutions for employing their workers either on board vessels or on international postings “onshore”, by reviewing their unique workforce situation against the relevant national regimes and any international treaties that may apply. The company assist employees with their individual tax and social insurance position. They also offer accounting, outsourcing and business consultancy services such as help with internal audit, limited assurance engagements and other ad-hoc employment support. For more details Tel: +44 (0) 333 335 0564 or visit www.jjyuill.com


Station 53


Station 53 is widely recognised as a VSAT leader in the yachting industry. A seamless network of 33 satellite beams delivers worldwide connectivity. Providing Trans Atlantic and Trans-Pacific global VSAT coverage connects their clients around the world. Flexibility is key at Station53. Their service is in their boutique style approach by addressing each client individually. Rather than offering a one size fits all as others do in the industry. Station 53’s unparalleled client/technical support supersedes the standards in the VSAT industry. For more details Tel: +39 (0) 245 508 400, +1 843 564 4028 or visit www.station53.com


112 | SUMMER 2017 | ONBOARD RAFNAR


Iceland’s OK Hull and Keel Technology brings a new comfort and stability to RIB and Tender rides, with their w 8,5m ‘Flengur 850’, the 11m ‘Leiftur 1100 Cabin Explorer RIB’, and the 12m ‘Leiknir 1200 Explorer Craft’, all displaying the same unique comfort and performance in moderate and even rough conditions and achieving high speeds of 40 or more knots. Unlike traditional planing boats, the Rafnar craft perform in ‘displacement-type mode’. They do not attempt to power over the ‘hump’ of their displaced bow-wave to ride and slam on the unstable ‘planing’ surface on. The exceptional comfort and grip, and the reduction in slamming and resultant crew and guest fatigue, are greatly appreciated during normal and high-speed operation. For more details Tel: +34 659 011 071 or visit www.rafnar.com


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