Thinking of cruising Australia, New Zealand & the Pacific? ….. We are here to assist.
Major Yacht Services, (MYS), has been especially designed to meet the growing demands of Super Yachts visiting Australian waters. We have provided agent support to over 750 visiting superyachts and can provide suggestions on cruising grounds, berthing options, crew visas, custom clearances, foreign & domestic charter. MYS has access to agencies on a global scale. We are a member of the worldwide Association of Yacht Support Services (AYSS), www.ayss.org, with representatives in over 30 countries & growing. MYS is also associated to the Priority Parts network, a worldwide supplier of spare parts.
Major Yacht Services provides a range of outstanding luxury super yacht services including:
- Crew Placement
- Sponsorships & Superyacht Crew Visas
- Customs & Clearance arrangements
- Berth & Pilotage
- Superyacht Fuel & Bunkering
- Parts & Shipyard
- Superyacht Charter
- Freight forwarding & clearances
Want to secure your spot in Sydney Harbour for New Year’s Eve?
We have the local knowledge to make your visit a memory of a lifetime.
Quite possibly the prettiest destination you could think of ringing in the New Year, Sydney Harbour has it all.
Sip Champagne from your luxury yacht, with unparalleled views of the fireworks and a backdrop of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge while we take care of all your yacht arrangements.
Want to know your responsibility as an Employers?
We thoroughly recommend all Yacht owners & captains to fully understand their responsibility as employers of seafarers to work on ships
The Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) is an International Labour Organization convention established in 2006 as the fourth pillar of international maritime law and embodies “all up-to-date standards of existing international maritime labour Conventions and Recommendations, as well as the fundamental principles to be found in other international labour Conventions”
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is the competent authority responsible for regulation of the Convention and its requirements in Australia.
The MLC outlines employers’ specific responsibilities with regards to:
- Minimum requirements for seafarers to work on ships
- Employment Conditions
- Accommodation, Recreational Facilities, Food & Catering
- Health Protection, Medical Care, Welfare and Social Security Protection
- Compliance & Enforcement
For a comprehensive guide to the MLC and its requirements
To view Marine Orders 11- Living and Working Conditions on Vessels