Founded in 1989, The International Superyacht Society represents the yachting industry worldwide. Through committees, events, educational opportunities and business-to-business collaboration, ISS works collectively to both strengthen and grow the business interests of society members, while serving as a unified voice for issues affecting the yachting marketplace.
Marine Industries Association of South Florida members – comprised of marinas, boatyards, boat builders, megayacht manufacturers, yacht and charter brokers, craftsmen, technicians, marine suppliers, wholesalers and retailers plus a wide range of other marine related businesses.
With more than 1450 members and growing, the International Yacht Brokers Association (IYBA) is the world’s largest trade association for the yacht brokerage and charter industry. Established in 1987 and formerly known as The Florida Yacht Brokers Association, IYBA is dedicated to professionalism and ethics in all aspects of Yacht transactions. IYBA members enjoy the support of the association in promoting solid business practices, legislative efforts, networking with other industry professionals, and educational opportunities. Additionally, our mission is to provide its members with the tools and resources they need to help them be successful in a constantly evolving and increasingly competitive international marketplace.
Young Professionals in Yachting is a non-profit organization which has been formed to educate, promote ethical business practice, and ultimately facilitate success for young professionals within South Florida’s yachting business community.
The U.S. Superyacht Association (USSA) is a trade association, with members represented by businesses and individuals who have a bona fide U.S. presence and activity in the superyacht industry.
Helping crew and captains to thrive in superyachting, ACREW is designed for superyachts and superyacht professionals. Designed to deliver cost savings across the three main spendings for superyachts: berthing, refit and maintenance and crew retention, whilst providing learning and networking opportunities for crew. Choose from a free crew or paid yacht membership to suit your needs.
ARC is a premier provider of sales and settlement solutions for the travel and hospitality industry. No matter what your role in today’s travel industry, ARC can offer you greater efficiency, visibility and impact on the industry.
International Airlines Travel Agent Network (IATAN) is a department of IATA and has been servicing all aspects of the US Travel and Tourism industry for more than 20 years.
Cruise Lines International Association is the world’s largest cruise association and is dedicated to the promotion and growth of the cruise industry. CLIA is composed of 26 of the major cruise lines serving North America.
Since 1951 PATA has led from the front as the leading voice and authority on travel and tourism in the Asia Pacific region.
Over 60 years, IATA has developed the commercial standards that built a global industry. Today, IATA’s mission is to represent, lead and serve the airline industry. Its members comprise some 240 airlines – the world’s leading passenger and cargo airlines among them – representing 84% of total air traffic.
The Philippine IATA Agents Travel Association (PIATA) is comprised of professional members of travel agencies accredited by the International Air Travel Association (IATA). PIATA was founded in February 21, 1985.
The Philippine Travel Agencies Association (PTAA) is a fairly young organization born out of a union of the national associations of the outbound travel agencies and inbound tour operators in 1979.
Global Marine Travel works directly with individuals as well as cruise lines and marine industry companies who engage GMT by contract for both one-off, dry-dock, new-build or regular crew rotations.
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