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Register for crew lounge at Monaco show

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Netherlands-based ACREW, a provider of professional development to superyacht captains and crew, has opened registration for its facility at La Rascasse during the Monaco Yacht Show.  

The venue will feature one masterclass each day (one each on refits, dive emergencies, and managing crew resources to reduce incidents onboard) and several hands-on workshops. PYA also will run its annual PYA seminars from the location.

La Rascasse overlooks Port Hercule and the show. It has a crew-only deck on the upper level, and food is served throughout the day. To register, visit www.acrew.com/monaco-yacht-show/

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