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2016 Viking 92'
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1996 Azimut 78'
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Atlantic 115

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Atlantic 115

Pearl Yachts

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Pearl 95
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Pearl 80
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Pearl 62

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Yellowfin 42 Offshore
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Yellowfin 39 Offshore
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Yellowfin 36 Offshore
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Yellowfin 34 Offshore
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Yellowfin 32 Offshore
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Yellowfin 29 Offshore
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Yellowfin 26 Hybrid
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Yellowfin 24 Bay CE
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Yellowfin 24 Bay
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Yellowfin 21 Hybrid
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Yellowfin 17 Skiff

Events & Shows

Yellowfin Owners Tournament June 16, 2020 - June 19, 2020
Fort Lauderdale International Boat… October 31, 2019 - November 3, 2019
Palm Beach International Boat… March 28, 2019 - March 31, 2019
Miami Yacht Show 2019 February 14, 2019 - February 18, 2019
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Why yachts are built to safety classifications like RINA or MCA

Why yachts are built to safety classifications like RINA or MCA

RINA, MCA, LLOYDS safetyThe world of yachting is vast and can be confusing. There is a lot of unique terminology to help make sense out of all the unique aspects and things around yachts. As the yachts get larger, and especially when owners start to consider chartering their yacht, safety classifications become increasingly important when choosing your next yacht.

There are lots of classifications from around the world. Lloyd’s of London has a safety classification that yachts can obtain. Two of the most popular and recognized standards of safety include the RINA from Italy (Registro Italiano Navale) and the MCA (Maritime & Coastguard Agency) also from the U.K. These classifications originated out of a need to cover risks related to loss or damage of the hull and rigging of commercial sailing ships. As time has moved on, they have grown to be used for both commercial and private safety standards and provide a scale of overall safety and sea-worthiness that shipyards achieve under construction and throughout performance. As RINA says:

“RINA Services is investing in the yachting market, developing new rules and services, which include all recent international standards, leveraging on its experience directly from the cruise ship sector. Its strength lies in its quick and highly valued service during the yacht’s life cycle, starting from the construction, testing of materials and components to the in-service periodical surveys for maintenance of class; all these matters ensure owners and manufacturers that their yachts meet the highest safety standards and enhance their commercial and qualitative value during their life-time.” -RINA website

For over 53 years Atlantic Yacht & Ship has been serving the yachting community. Our headquarter sales office is dockside at Harbour Towne Marina in the heart of the yachting capital of the world, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Our in-house waterside service department provides general yacht services from new teak, to engine rebuilds, captain services, and everything in between. Whether purchasing or marketing a quality vessel, Atlantic Yacht and Ship, Inc. is your one stop resource for the highest quality service and sales in the yachting industry today.

If you are looking at yachts for sale, or thinking about selling your yacht, it is always wise to have an experienced broker representing your interests throughout the deal. Contact Atlantic Yacht & Ship at 954.921.1500 or click here.