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MANAGEMENT


I-CAP MARINE From their offices in Malta and the Isle of Man, I-Cap Marine’s dedicated Marine Team provides the best advice and exceptional management and administration services to owners and their advisors. They specialise in all areas of superyacht ownership structuring, registration, management, administration, and have significant experience in providing superyacht support services including crewing, payroll and crisis project management & resolution.


structures in all key jurisdictions, including Malta and the Isle of Man. And with their extensive network of professional partners they can also arrange financing, legal & taxation services. For more details: Tel: +44 (0)1624 717 717 or visit www.icapmarine.com


I-Cap Marine can facilitate ownership and registration


ships operating in Polar Regions, compliance with a new Polar Code came in to effect at the beginning of this year.


Ocean Independence’s Peter Southgate told me: “The overall regulatory framework is continually expanding and special areas and other local requirements present a potential minefield for captains and it’s the manager’s role to ensure these requirements can be met with minimal burden on the vessel’s crew. “Recruitment of crew, issuing crew contracts and ensuring crew welfare is a major activity for any vessel and can place


large demands on a captain’s time. It’s reported that financial concerns and crew issues are sources of major frustration for owners of yachts and it’s therefore the manager’s role to isolate the owner and guests from these issues, to ensure full enjoyment of the vessel in line with their expectations.”


WMG’s A.J.Anderson, adding that, “Regulations continue to become more restrictively complicated, especially with MLC; causing owners and captains to seek shore side expertise and support.”


Ironically both from Australian origin, two of the most intriguing management software companies I spoke to were Total Superyacht and EfficientSea App.


Designed by ex superyacht captain David Clarke, Total Superyacht’s App is described as offering ‘no more printing, scanning, attaching and emailing.’ The product began life primarily as a tool for staying on top of safety management, compliance and standard operating procedures, but David stressed that is has now grown into a full vessel management system including planned


HILL ROBINSON Built on a foundation of technical expertise, Hill Robinson know what is involved in first class, highly specialised yacht management. With multilingual office staff and a presence around the world, Hill Robinson is on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. From mini ISM to complete management including everything from project management to offshore payroll, there is a solution to suit your needs and your budget. Supported by their cloud-based management software HRclick and HRipay. Hill Robinson provides a specialised management service, for all aspects of yacht ownership and operation, providing the essential support that makes the whole yachting experience a success. For more details Tel: +33(0)4 93 13 38 60 or visit www.hillrobinson.com


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