Inserve Yachts Ltd announced that its safety management system has been approved by the Cayman Island Shipping Registry, following its assessment. Passenger yachts are those carrying up to 36 passengers as defined by the Red Ensign Group Code of Practice for Yachts carrying from 13 to 36 Passengers (The Passenger Yacht Code or 13-36 Code).
Inserve Yachts already holds a Document of Compliance (DOC) and currently supports seven yachts of between 50 and 90 metres; these are able to carry up to 12 passengers. In granting this approval, CISR acknowledges that Inserve Yachts has the capabilities, practical experience, staff and knowledge to now provide similar support to this larger capacity category of vessels. Inserve Yachts is one of just a few companies based in the UK who have acquired such recognition.
In addition to this approval, Inserve Yachts is authorised to issue navigational and engine room watch rating certificates for crew members on all yachts under the company’s management.
These certificates are acceptable on both Cayman and UK flag vessels. Inserve Yachts is also an approved test centre for the Cayman LAP (Law and Administrative Procedures) examination. These authorisations are further evidence of the confidence that CISR has in the Inserve Yachts management team.
Since it was established in 2007, Inserve Yachts has drawn on its background and extensive knowledge working on both commercial vessels and a number of superyachts and megayachts. Strategically positioned close to and with good relations with Lloyds Register, MCA and Cayman Islands Shipping Registry, Inserve Yachts can quickly and efficiently react to any regulatory issues that may arise.
Inserve Yachts believes that these latest advancements add to its existing professional and personal approach to the support of large yachts.