Demand for Marine jobs professionals is on the increase as a result of stricter regulations.
At the moment the Mediterranean super yacht summer-sea son in full swing, and there is a slow but steady return to the demand for yacht crews in the luxury yacht market. While it may be a long way off there has been a small increase
In yacht sales, yacht management and yacht crew placements. However some Charter yachts and construction yards are still feeling the pinch, with demand taking longer to recover for these markets it is not amazing news for all, but you can find some great deals on summer charters and new-build projects, if you can act quickly. With more yachts changing hands things are looking up for crew seeking marine jobs.
there has been two-year's very high fluctuations in the demand for Marine jobs and crew placement, however we are now beginning to see signs of more stability in the Marine jobs and yacht industry. Marine jobs Crew placements are rising and captains are hiring again as their budgets seem to be stabilising.
These fluctuations have greatly impacted the CVs of huge numbers of crew candidates. Last year was a very tough time, for some of the most qualified and experienced crew members, but the Crew Network agency â€” part of the Fraser Yachts Group argues that employment records over the last 18 months should be seen to be indicative of their abilities, competence or dedication
Another positive sign was that June 2010 saw a very active market, with an average of one yacht (over 24m) being sold each day of the month. However, sales prices are still somewhat depressed and owners have had to accept much Lower than usual offer.
Current expectations are that the super yacht brokerage market should see a dive in the summer but should rebound back when the boat show season starts in September. As expected, bookings for summer charters have been coming in very late this year and a good number of yachts have been offering very attractive and economical packages to try and attract some last-minute clients. There is an increasing demand from super yacht owners for yacht management and marine recruitment service companies to look after their yachts and fill their marine jobs.
Â The upward trend started about six months ago and shows the dedication from owners and their increasing appreciation of the complex variables associated with ownership. The additional costs of using a professional yacht management service are justified by owners who are seeing significant savings in operational expenses. It is expected that the demand for more professionalism and transparency will soon have an impact on other yacht services like charter, crew placement and brokerage. The industry has changed dramatically in recent years with ever-more complex legal, financial, safety, recruitment and employment regulations covering all areas. Regulatory bodies and flag state requirements have spurred super yacht owners to seek advice and assistance from specialist yacht managers who can offer accurate adviceAbout the Author: