Please select your home edition
Edition
Protector 728x90

International Superyacht Society announces 2013 seminar topics

by ISS on 7 Apr 2013
superyachts ..
The International Superyacht Society (ISS) today announces its seminar topics for YachtInfo at Antibes Yacht Show 2013.

The event is being held on the 19th April from 09:00 – 17:30 and features six separate seminars lasting an hour each, with a light breakfast being served at 08:45, and coffee breaks between each session.

Session One 9:00 - 10:00

VSAT 101 - 'Think there’s no bandwidth on-board? You may be surprised to learn...'

Session Two 10:30 - 11:30

Ethics - 'Ethics? In the Superyacht industry? You’re kidding.'

Session Three 12:00 - 13:00

French Tax - 'Sunshine, fine wine, beautiful people and French taxmen.'

Session Four 13:30 - 14:30

MLC - 'MLC unplugged. Now it’s ratified, what they haven’t told you.'

Session Five 15:00 - 16:00

Superyachts VS Helicopters - 'Bought yacht - want helo to land on yacht. Who says you can? Paid the VAT? Touch-and-go fairy tales and btw, will your insurance cover the fire...'

Session Six 16:30 - 17:30

A Future after Yachting? - 'Blissful retirement: new career or flipping burgers?'

YachtInfo-Antibes is sponsored by MTN Satellite Communications

Attendees are encouraged to register for the seminars by contacting Vanessa Stuart, ISS Administrator, info@superyachtsociety.org, +1 954 525 6625, or by visiting the website www.superyachtsociety.org.
Mackay BoatsNaiadWildwind 2016 660x82

Related Articles

St. Barth’s Super Yacht Regatta - Final Day
Today was the final day of racing of the St. Barth’s Bucket, the annual Super Yacht regatta down here in the Caribbean. Today was the final day of racing of the St. Barth’s Bucket, the annual Super Yacht regatta down here in the Caribbean. I sailed as tactician onboard Rosehearty, once again, with my friend Joey Kaempfer and a fantastic team. We trained a bit on Wednesday and Thursday last week and had one race a day beginning on Friday.
Posted on 20 Mar
Marine Resources expands Boatbuilding Team with two key appointments
Marine Resources have recently expanded their in-house boatbuilding team, with the addition of two new key members. Leading leisure marine industry and luxury yacht recruitment specialists Marine Resources have recently expanded their in-house boatbuilding team, with the addition of two new key members.
Posted on 16 Mar
Southern Spars takes to the air with new composite engineering project
One of the challenges for companies who have had their roots in the marine industry is diversification beyond that field One of the challenges for companies who have had their roots in the marine industry is diversification beyond that field. Moving into the composites engineering for non-marine projects is becoming a more common occurrence as clients realise the opportunities from utilising the expertise of composite boat and spar builders.
Posted on 8 Mar
New Xperformance - Optimising the cruiser/racer range from X-Yachts
X-Yachts have built a wide range of 'Cruiser/Racers' as well as dedicated racing yachts which have won many Intl titles Since the company was founded back in 1979, X-Yachts have built a wide range of 'Cruiser/Racers' as well as dedicated racing yachts which have won many famous International titles, and of course One Design Class yachts such as X-79 and X-99
Posted on 14 Feb
World Sailing unites Kiteboarding governing bodies
World Sailing has today signed a landmark agreement with the IKA and the GKA to unite the kiteboarding community World Sailing has today signed a landmark agreement with the International Kiteboarding Association (IKA) and the Global Kitesports Association (GKA) to unite the kiteboarding community and provide clarity of kiteboarding's governance structure.
Posted on 13 Feb
On board interview with Lisa Blair - solo Antartica circumnavigation
So far, Lisa is tracking very well in her attempt to become the first woman to sail solo around Antartica. So far, Lisa is tracking very well in her attempt to become the first woman to sail solo around Antartica. After the setbacks of a delayed departure due to gremlins in the electronics, we are delighted to have these answers from her on board. She is well and enjoying her time. Climate Action Now, her Hick 50, left Albany in Western Australia on January 22, 2017.
Posted on 8 Feb
The price of legacy
Malcolm Page OAM, two-time Olympic Gold Medallist, became the Chief of Olympic Sailing for the USA on January 1 Malcolm Page OAM, two-time Olympic Gold Medallist (470) with Nathan Wilmot in 2008 and Mat Belcher in 2012, became the Chief of Olympic Sailing for the USA on January 1 this year. In and of itself it is hardly the freshest news, and well and truly yesterday’s fish wrapper. It was also a wise choice on behalf of Team USA, for he has succeeded in both the physical and commercial arms of our sport.
Posted on 5 Feb
Superyacht Challenge Antigua – Tactical battle on the south side
The second race of the regatta was about 12 miles, along the stunning South Coast of Antigua. The second race of the regatta was about 12 miles, along the stunning South Coast of Antigua.
Posted on 5 Feb
Superyacht Challenge Antigua – Spectacular opener
With solid trade winds piping up to twenty knots, the south coast of Antigua delivered a memorable day of racing. With solid trade winds piping up to twenty knots and a three metre sea state, the south coast of Antigua delivered a memorable day of racing, for the first day.
Posted on 4 Feb
Superyacht Challenge Antigua – High spirits and fair winds
Held at the Boom Bar and Restaurant in the grounds of the Gunpowder House, the magnificent fleet was in view Held at the Boom Bar and Restaurant in the grounds of the Gunpowder House, the magnificent fleet was in view as the party started with sundowners around the pool. Paul Deeth welcomed all of the guests to the party and the atmosphere was laid back but buzzing with excitement.
Posted on 3 Feb