First Annual Moran Yacht Management Symposium
The Moran Yacht Management has a vastly growing fleet and will need responsible driven seafarers to crew their fleet. Come meet them and let them meet you! This is also a wonderful opportunity to network with leading professionals.
Moran Yacht Management would like to invite you to it’s first Annual Moran Yacht Management Symposium at the Embassy Suites in Ft. Lauderdale on December 5th and the 6th. The turnout is going to be phenomenal with speakers from Cayman Islands, Marshall Islands, Atlass Insurance, Hill Dickinson and Manage My Vessel Software. The symposium will consist of workshops covering.
– MLC changes upcoming in 2013 –This workshop is to deal with changes now mandated for crew contracts, crew vacation, and in general, crew working environments. This pertains to ALL crew.
– Recieve your B13.3 Certificate which is required by ISPS for all crew members.
– Crew Health Insurances –There are various insurances that a vessel is required to hold, which will be explained in detail by professionals. This pertains to ALL crew.
– Software workshops –These will include the actual software writers and engineers.The online software is proving invaluable for vessel management, allowing for shipboard personnel to record according to regulation and to plan ahead. This software also allows for greater planned maintenance and inventory control.
– STCW Manila Amendments – .The amendments are aimed at ensuring the necessary global standards that will be in place to train and certify seafarers to operate technologically-advanced ships for the future. It will include,
-Improved measures to prevent fraudulent practices
-Revised requirements on hours of work and rest
-New certification requirements for able seafarers
-New requirements relating to training in modern technology
-New requirements for marine environment awareness training and training in leadership and teamwork
-New requirements for security training, as well as provisions to ensure that seafarers are properly trained to cope if their ship comes under attack by pirates
– Passenger Yacht Code
– Crew Contracts
– A brief introduction of the Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System (BNWAS) that are required by both Cayman Island and Marshall Island flagged vessels over 150 tons.
To complete your registration please fill out a credit card authorization form, attached here (Moran Yacht Credit Card Authorization Form). The symposium is $99 for both days. You can scan and email the authorization form back to firstname.lastname@example.org . Once they have processed your payment you will receive a receipt and confirmation in your email.
If you need accommodations while in Ft. Lauderdale they have a deal worked out with the Embassy Suites for special room rates. To book rooms please follow this link.
The special room rates apply from December 1st through the 8th if you choose to spend some more time here in Florida before and/or after the Symposium.