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Yacht registration simplifier tool created

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Sarnia Yachts, based in the British Isles, launched an online flag state selector tool to help yacht owners and intermediaries understand the factors affecting flag choice during a vessel registration process. Available through the company’s website, the tool requires the user to answer six questions relating to the yacht’s principle use and criteria. Once completed, the tool analyses the results to suggest the most appropriate flag state.

“We are confident that this latest launch will create a better understanding of the yacht registration process, ensuring that our customers can get out on the water sooner,” said Alasdair Milroy, managing director of Sarnia Yachts.

Sample the tool at www.sarniayachts.com/services/yacht-registration/.

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