The International Superyacht Society (ISS) is again extending its collaboration to Wilfred Sultana & Associates (WSA) in presenting the Superyacht Industry seminar, 'Malta, a Better Destination for Superyachts!' being held in Malta on Wednesday 11th September 2013
Further to the traditional support of the ISS, the Malta Seminar will see for the first time the participation of the Professional Yachting Association (PYA) and that of the Mediterranean Yacht Brokers Association (MYBA).
Leading industry personalities will be in Malta on the 11th September to address a seminar related to superyachts in general and the Malta yachting industry in particular. This is being held at the Grand Hotel Excelsior in the capital city of Valleta.
Ken Hickling, president of the International Superyacht Society and global superyacht business development manager at AkzoNobel presentation will bear the same heading as that of the official title of the Seminar namely 'Malta, a Better Destination for Superyachts!'; he will outline a generic and positive approach in how to highlight what actually constitutes 'a Better Destination for Superyachts'.
Wilfred Sultana organiser remarked,“We are most enthralled with the involvement of three such names of excellence in the maritime scenario. This together with the fact that all three entities will be represented by high ranking officials indeed gives the Malta event character and credibility.”
Dr. Chris Cardona, minister for the economy, investment and small business, responsible for maritime affairs in general will be the main speaker at the September Seminar. In administration for just five month Minister Cardona has keenly engineered the launch of a proposed transformation project of nearly 175,000 square metres of waterside land into a state of the art Maritime Hub. This development, which has attracted 28 international expressions.
Additional Highlights of the Malta Seminar
The programme of activities making up the Yachting in Malta Superyacht Industry Seminar 2013 also includes the launch of the Malta Professional Yachting Association (MPYA). This organization and its incumbent membership give Malta identity in the international regional network of the worldwide professional body for yacht crew.
Yacht Refit & Repair in Malta will be one of the subjects to be presented and discussed at the September Seminar.