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FLIBS17: Mare Forum Fort Lauderdale Yacht Summit

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Date(s) - Nov 2, 2017
08:30 am - 01:00 pm

Location
Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel

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The 4th Mare Forum Yacht Ft. Lauderdale 2017 is again co-organized by Mare Forum and Blueship and supported by the Cayman Registry.

The conference will take place during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show where yacht owners, yacht builders, executives from the yacht, shipping and maritime industries, lawyers, flag and port states representatives, trading and brokerage companies, key investors in yachting, bankers, consultants and entrepreneurs, classification societies, marine equipment manufacturers, financial institutions, regulators, politicians and the media will gather to exchange views, visions and valuable information.

Three sessions will focus among other themes on the yachting market outlook, contingency and mitigation planning for Caribbean cruising, the new REG Yacht Code, fiscal and legal issues, the new Cayman Islands Yacht Engaged in Trade program, and yachting trends.

The conference will take place in an open, stimulating, free-flowing and attractive environment combined with informal discussions. 

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