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New course upgrades AUS ticket


The Superyacht Crew Academy (SCA) has begun a two-day crossover course enabling holders of Australian Master Class 5 certificates to upgrade to the MCA internationally recognised Master of Yachts 200t (limited) offshore certification. This qualification enables mariners to work on superyachts across the globe.

SCA is a division of Club Sail Pty. Ltd. (based in Sydney, Australia), and representative partnership school of International Yacht Training Worldwide (IYT).

The course offers single and dual endorsements for power or sail or both. For more details, visit

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