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  • STCW Refreshers UPDATE!

    By John Wyborn • 41 days ago
    The International Maritime Organization has just issued a circular which essentially amounts to temporary relief for crew members who have yet to take their STCW Refresher Training
  • Christmas Carol Concert for the Antibes Lifeboat

    By Sarah Smith-Garrison • 2 months ago
    The Antibes Lifeboat with the Riviera International Singers, and supported by us at bluewater, are hosting a magical carol concert at the Antibes Cathedral, Friday 2nd December
  • Party with bluewater at FLIBS 2016

    By Becki Milton • 3 months ago
    Way before FLIBS was on the horizon this year, the bluewater team had already set up camp in Fort Lauderdale to work on some rather exciting, but top secret news! Finally, on September 16th, 2016, we were able to shout from the rooftops that we had united in business with Crew Unlimited and International Crew Training (ICT), in order to offer the bluewater brand for recruitment, training, charter and brokerage on both sides of the Atlantic
  • Sea Changes Seminar at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

    By Matthew Carroll • 3 months ago
    Key professionals and influencers come together to bring you up to date with all the latest changes in certification, regulation and training on Saturday, November 5th from 7:30 - 10 am at the US Superyacht Association American Pavilion, located at 800 Seabreeze Blvd. Fort Lauderdale
  • FLIBS Surf n' Turf Top Chef Competition

    By Shalom Weiss • 3 months ago
    Culinary Convenience and Bluewater USA (formerly Crew Unlimited Yacht Charters) invite you to an evening of canapés, cocktails and a chef competition
  • The winners of our Annual Photo Competition

    By Michelle Guy • 3 months ago
    The winner of the 7th annual bluewater photo competition is Mike Lawrence, for his photo titled ‘Destination Huahine’. Mike’s photo was chosen not only for its serenity and clarity but also its depth of colour and vibrance. Even Mike exclaimed, “it's taken a number of years to get that photo in that particular spot! Wind and current have to be perfect!”