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Internationally recognized Yachting associations

YACHTZOO is proud to partner with a number of internationally recognized yachting associations in its mission to provide an exemplary platform ensuring the highest level of working ethics and standards for all yacht market services.

IYBA – The International Yacht Brokers Association was created in 1987 to unite the yacht brokerage industry and promote professionalism and cooperation among its members. Formerly known as the FYBA, the association also promotes a high standard of conduct in all areas of the business. 

MYBA – The Worldwide Yachting Association is an internationally renowned professional organisation founded in 1984 to promote the highest ethical and technical standards within all areas of the yacht market, including brokerage, charter, technical management and the construction of large yachts.

LYBRA – The Leading Yacht Brokers Association is a trade association for superyacht brokerage companies who have a fleet of Central Agency yachts with an LOA greater than 30m. The association, founded in 2012, aims to discuss issues currently affecting the superyacht industry and address future concerns.

APSA – The Asia-Pacific Superyacht Association is the leading professional and regional yacht industry association for Asia, established in 2011. The primary objective of the association is to promote the Asia-Pacific region to the global superyacht community both as a cruising destination as well as a superyacht construction, refit and services location.

ECPY – The European Committee for Professional Yachting, created in 1993, is a unique association with more than 130 corporate members from various areas of the yachting industry. Its focus is to stimulate the economic growth of the yachting industry, working closely with public administrations, governments and the EU to further its interest.

GYA – The Greek Yachting Association has been set up to safeguard and promote the standards of professionalism in charter, sales and yacht management in Greece.

MCYA – Monaco Capital Of Advance Yachting was launched by the YCM to affirm Monaco’s position as the center of the world of yachting. Showcasing excellence, being a model in terms of protecting the environment, but also on a societal and educational levels are at the heart of this federation.

IYBA International Yacht Brokers Association MYBA The Worldwide Yachting Association  LYBRA Large Yacht Brokers Association  APSA Asian Pacific Superyachts Association  ECPY The European  committe for professional yachting  GYA Greek Yachting Association  Monaco Capital of Advance Yachting