Yacht registration guides
There is a lot to think about when registering a yacht and a lot of thought is required on issues surrounding flag choice, how to register, whether the vessel is commercial or private and more. View Yachting Pages' articles below for expert advice from industry leaders on the different flags and their benefits, as well as information on the complexities involved in registering a superyacht or yacht.
Flag choice and registration are key things to understand for any yacht owner, but the ins and outs of this process aren't always clear. Yachting Pages has created an overall guide to the different flags available and what each state can offer for owners and crew, as well as information on the benefits of private vs. commercial registration.
There's a large amount of etiquette that goes hand-in-hand with the use of flags aboard yachts, and this etiquette varies around the globe, just to further confuse things. Read our guide to get a general overview of what is expected around the world.
What makes the British Red Ensign jurisdictions such a popular flag choice for superyachts around the world? Yachting Pages has taken a look at the main reasons as to why the Red Ensign flag states remain one of the most popular choices for superyachts, explaining how they are categorised and more.
There are plenty of great reasons to register your superyacht in the island of Jersey, Channel Islands. Yachting Pages spoke to Jersey Ship's Register to find out more about the flag state, and see what benefits it can offer for owners, captains and crew.
The Bahamas is a well-known destination for superyacht cruising, and Bahamian culture, heritage, and history have long been associated with the sea. As a growing flag choice for registration outside the British Red Ensign group, Yachting Pages investigated the advantages and disadvantages of registering a yacht or superyacht with the flag.