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Company NewsRecruitment

Quay Crew commits to improving diversity and inclusion across the superyacht sector

In an exciting and industry-first partnership, recruitment agency, Quay Crew, has teamed up with the trailblazing Greig City Academy (GCA)…

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crew turnover


The true cost of crew turnover

Recently I have been asking an increasing number of the yachts we are partnered with to do some investigation about…

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temping as yacht crew


Mini guide to temping as yacht crew

Temping as yacht crew can be tempting, but is it all it’s cut out to be? We take a look at the pros and cons for greenies and seasoned yachties.

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yacht charter destinations

Yachting & Travel

8 romantic yacht charter destinations for couples

With Valentines Day fast approaching, we got our heads together to bring you some of our favourite yacht charter destinations for couples.

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superyacht job update

Superyacht Industry Insights

Superyacht job market update – Q4 2022

As 2023 gets underway, we reflect on our final quarter of last year to bring you the latest superyacht job market update.

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crew criminal background checks

Company NewsRecruitment

Quay Crew becomes first agency to include crew criminal background checks as standard

Quay Crew has partnered with CrewPass to include detailed criminal background checks for crew and yachting professionals.

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christmas onboard

Crew AdviceYachting & Travel

Coping with Christmas onboard

Whether you love or loathe Christmas onboard, here are some tips for getting everyone in the festive spirit.

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new build superyacht

Land-basedSuperyacht Industry Insights

Crew survey reveals appetite for new build roles

A survey of 220 Captains and senior crew has shed a light on what candidates would expect from working on a new build superyacht project and which yards need to work on improving their appeal.

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