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International Yacht Collection Is Moving "Four-ward"

Posted: May. 24th, 2006  |  By JustLuxe Team
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Luxury Yachts: International Yacht Collection is a fourfold specialist in the luxury boating industry. The firm is capable of managing and maintaining a yacht for personal or corporate owners; taking a boating project from inception to design to completion; offering brokering services; and yacht-chartering specialists for either corporate or personal needs.

As the size and breadth of mega-yachts continue to grow steadily, the mandated government regulations to ensure safety grows accordingly. Keeping abreast with the ever-changing safety standards is burdensome to say the least. IYC admin and maintenance service includes regulatory compliance, ship's operations, negotiating with shipyards, and accounting. Whether it is a fleet or one vessel, it pays to have the know-how to stay afloat and not get sunk by the latest red tape.

Without a navy architect and an exterior and interior team, machinists, wood craftsmen, pipe fitters, welders, composite experts and crews working in tandem, raising a dream to a full-scale operable yacht or mega-yacht is a daunting task even for the most formidable parties. Dreams become real when IYC and its manufacturing partner Newcastle Marine are onboard. It is all in the mix.

IYC also represents Newcastle Marine's Expedition line, which includes yachts of 102, 125, and 137 feet. Newcastle is embarking on a new line. The first project is a 50-meter yacht. Its anticipated launch date is December 2007.

Yacht chartering is the fourth leg of the organization's business. With knowledgeable agents with worldwide span, the company can ensure a perfect fit and then handle all the details like a handpicked crew.

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, is the corporate headquarters of International Yacht Collection. The firm's business model is steadily growing, as indicated by its six locations. Palm Beach, Florida, and Monaco are the most recently opened offices. The entire Expedition series and the Newcastle's latest project are on display at IYC's informative website.

For LxM James Rothaar
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