Associations

Learn more about the three associations which represent professional yachting:

  • ECPY: European Committee for Professional Yachting
  • GEPY: Professional Yacht Crew Group (Groupement des équipages professionnels du yachting)
  • MYBA: Mediterranean Yachts Brokers Association

 

ECPY: European Committee for Professional Yachting

Logo ECPY  Founded in France in January 1993, ECPY is the only multi-professional association which represents both yachting industry professionals and shipowners.

 

 

The role of ECPY is to bring together various yachting industry groups, with the following objectives:

  • Establishment of a technical and fiscal statute for yachts, whether operating commercially or privately
  • Clarification of fiscal regulations for professionals operating, constructing, supplying or repairing yachts

 

ECPY
Quai Amiral Infernet
06300 Nice
ecpy@wanadoo.fr

www.ecpy.org

 

GEPY: Professional Yacht Crew Group (Groupement des équipages professionnels du yachting)

Logo GEPYGEPY, founded in October 2002, is a group of French and other international crews holding STCW (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping) certification, as well as non-sailing yachting professionals.

 

 

GEPY has as its objectives:

  • to assist crews and yachting professionals to meet one another
  • to represent the interests of this profession to national and international administrations

 

GEPY
Port de Nice
Quai Amiral Infernet Terminal 2
06300 Nice

www.gepy.fr

 

MYBA: Mediterranean Yachts Brokers Association

Logo MYBA  MYBA was founded in 1984 by a group of brokers.

  The objectives of MYBA are to promote high standards in the yachting industry.

  MYBA currently has more than 120 members in France, Monaco, Spain, Italy, Great Britain, Germany and Switzerland.

 

 

MYBA
Le Plein Sud
142 av de Verdun
06700 St Laurent du Var

www.myba.net