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Medical Support Offshore Limited (MSOS) has expanded into the large yacht sector with the hiring of Rebecca Castellano, a registered nurse and lifelong sailor, as manager of sales for Americas/Caribbean and located in Ft. Lauderdale, and Nicholas Stael von Holstein, a master dive instructor/first aid instructor, as manager of sales for Europe and located in Palma.


The company delivers telemedical support and supplies medical kits that comply with Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) regulations, and also specialist medical kits aimed at private vessels that cruise the world’s oceans. Custom kits can also be designed to cater for specific requirements.


For more information, visit msos.org.uk.


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