The PYA Headline event is without a doubt the most important event to lock into your Monaco Yacht Show Diary!
Following the successful format of previous years, the prominent panel of industry experts will be discussing the most important topics in yachting today. Don't miss out on these vital updates and dynamic debates, which are relevant to captains, senior crew, yacht managers, industry professionals and yachting media.
The headline Sea Changes Forum is split into two parts. You can register to attend both events (recommended) or just one.
These events are free for paying PYA members to attend. For others, there is a small fee which goes towards supporting the ongoing activities of the association. To claim your PYA discount, click tickets, then click 'Enter Promotional Code' and enter your full PYA membership number (including hyphens). You will then be able to register free of charge. If your number is not working, it is likely that your membership has expired. Please contact us if you are having problems.
Attendance is only for registered guests.
16:30 - 17:55: Sea Changes Updates
Key professionals and influencers come together to bring us up to date with all the latest changes in certification, regulation and training. Speakers will include experts from the MCA, RYA and PYA as well as training providers.
This is where you need to be for first hand, up-to-date information affecting every aspect of the industry, now and going forward.
18:10 - 19:45: 'Laying the blame: a disaster at sea'
A high-profile accident on-board a Superyacht….a celebrity death…..the media are circling like vultures digging for details on what led to this catastrophe……
But could the tragedy have been avoided and whose neck is on the line when the questions start being asked?
A dramatic scenario will be played out in which keys issues affecting crew and guest safety will be challenged and addressed.
NOT TO BE MISSED!
Drinks for our guests
20:00 - 22:00: PYA networking drinks reception
For attendees of the Sea Changes Forum, kindly sponsored by Corkers Fine Wines.