Total Shore Support

We've outlined the obligations for megayachts and superyachts, but our IYC managers believe that good safety practices are also relevant to yachts in the under 500-ton category.

Yacht passengers should cruise blissfully onboard with the assurance that they are on a sound ship with able-bodied crew ready to handle all situations. Many of the standards and protocols we've learned by managing superyachts are applicable to yachts of all sizes and categories.

Even though we believe that safety and security concerns should be a discussion on every yacht, we realize that one size does not fit all.

Often, we have discussions with yacht owners long before they take ownership of a new vessel, so that there are no surprises about the operational and managerial aspects and costs of each yacht's program. Our fees can be tailored based upon the amount of support that wil be requested by the owner.

Our yacht brokers and charter managers are almost always part of the early conversations to help a yacht owner decide on the appropriate package. Of course, we are always willing to modify our arrangements along the way.

There is nothing more important to us than a smoothly running yacht program. Nothing.

Ongoing Education

Our mission statement compels us to take care of all the business of the yacht so that the owners in our management program have the peace of mind that comes with making such a large investment.

We have made a commitment to our own ongoing education as we remain abreast of emerging technologies in communications and engineering that will streamline our efforts and improve the efficiency of our yacht management program.

Sometimes we are the students, attending major international conferences to remain abreast of changes and application of maritime regulations.

Oftentimes we are the teachers, sharing our knowledge with our colleagues and trade associations so that we have a completed understanding of the exhilarating world of professional yachting.

At International Yacht Collection, no two days are the same and no two yachts are alike.