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MANAGEMENT


TOTAL SUPERYACHT Total Superyacht slashes the administrative burdens usually associated with ISM, ISPS & MLC compliance. Maintenance and inventory are managed within the same simple, fully integrated and digital system and the Checklist App (which automates workflow) and Digital Reference Centre (a veritable encyclopedia of superyacht operations) set it apart from everything else on the market. Developed by the trusted SuperyachtOS team with the support of veteran DPAs, Total Superyacht revolutionises the way crews are trained and SOPs are delivered. Hundreds of expert SOPs are provided without charge, there’s no setup cost, no hidden fees, and it’s equally good for management companies and individual yachts, regardless of whether you’re fully managed, self- managed or managed for ISM. For more details Email: app@superyachtOS.com or visit www.TotalSuperyacht.com


Yacht Management USA, Peter Southgate, said: “Software and particularly cloud based systems, which allow data to be readily synchronised between vessel and shore based management are gaining in popularity. Imagine a system where the crew member completes an inspection activity or checklist on a tablet. On completion of the activity the system generates a report of the activity and this is synchronised with the shore based management without any further interaction. It is envisaged that software based systems will be a dominant force in the future development of ISM systems.”


In terms of amendments to various codes and regulations that will affect many professionally crewed yachts,


it was


interesting to note that it’s turning out to become somewhat of a watershed period during the course of this year and next.


For example, I discovered that at some point during either 2017 or 2018, additional work will be caused by changes to official regulations such as those affecting Standards of Training Certification and Watch-keeping (STWC) with crew refresher courses now required in areas such as First Aid, Advanced Fire Fighting and Survival Craft. In relation to breathing apparatus sets, there are amendments afoot to the Fire Safety System (FSS) code, and changes


to Solas Regulations 111/3 and 111/20 in respect of maintenance, inspection, testing and repair of lifeboats. To help prevent the transfer of invasive species, an all new Biofouling Management Plan & Record Book will be required in 2018 for all vessels including recreational craft over 24m. Vessels over 5000GRT will soon need to report on fuel consumption and distance travelled (amongst other data) on an annual basis to their flag administration. And for


WRIGHT MARITIME GROUP The quiet giant with an underlying goal that everything and everyone it influences is better off. Whether or not you are a client of WMG, there is a high likelihood that any business or professional that serves your interest has been influenced or assisted by Wright Maritime to provide the best service and product value. That includes technical support companies, suppliers, shipyards, marinas, manufacturers, contractors and crew. Well informed owners and their representatives call Wright Maritime for advice and support in ensuring that their yachting experience is the best it can be while protecting their financial interests. For more details Tel: +1 954 523 0300 or visit www.wrightmaritime.com


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