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Super Yacht Seminar to Kick of Boat Show with Notable Speakers

Posted Friday, February 9, 2007

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Ashmead & White Consulting, Inc. presents a breakfast seminar to kick off the Miami Beach Boat Show at the Hotel Alexander on February 15, 2007. Breakfast begins at 8:15 a.m. and the quality line up of speakers starts at 9:00 a.m.





8:15am to 12:15pm




MOORE & COMPANY, P.A. [Michael T. Moore]

Mr. Moore, and colleagues from the firm of Moore & Co., marine and aviation law specialists, will speak to a broad range of legal issues effecting the global yachting industry including 2006 judicial decisions and changes and developments in the laws effecting all aspects of yachting. Mr. Moore will also take questions from the floor on any and all aspects of buying, building, financing, registering offshore.



SeaKeepers is a charity born out of the yacht industry's concern for the deteriorating oceans. Its first project, the SeaKeepers 1000 automated ocean and atmospheric monitoring system, is already a success within the scientific community. CEO John Englander will give an overview of 11 critical ocean issues and suggest challenges and opportunities in the yachting community.


HEALTHY YACHTS [Jim Gilbert & Dusty Pearsall]

Internationally known food safety expert Dusty Pearsall will interactively discuss

with the audience, the growing global superbug pandemic and the serious potential health and financial consequences that have surfaced within the luxury yachting community. Pearsall will describe Healthy Yachts, a new yacht health certification program designed to help protect owners, crew and charter guests from this looming problem. Questions and answers will follow.


MARSH [Nancy Poppe & Christel Mohr]

Marsh's Luxury Yacht Practice is a leader in risk management and insurance placement for sophisticated yachts traveling the world. In addition to complementing the discussions lead by other speakers, Nancy Poppe and Christel Mohr will address two crucial issues facing today's Owner, Crew, Yacht Broker and Managers: Captain/Crew qualifications and liability imposed by contracts and how it impacts insurance coverage.




Tel. [786] 924 /6193


No later than 5 p.m., February 8th

{Space is limited to 300 people}


At the Door Fee:

US $10 or JPY $1218.30 (Japanese Yen)



Orchid Ballroom

5225 Collins Avenue

(on the corner of 52nd and Collins)

Miami Beach, FL 33140

[305] 341/ 6500

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