Dragon Hills provide a full registration service. From advice and consultation through to carrying out all aspects of the registration process bringing together all the required documents and declarations, bills of sale & tonnage survey.
- Red Flag States registration specialists
- Full process managed by us
- Tonnage surveys worldwide
- UK representative for non UK residents
At Dragon Hills we have an in-depth understanding of the systems and equipment fitted to today’s yachts in the over 60ft size bracket. Our experienced Technical Services Manager, David, has seen it all when it comes to breakdowns and complicated installs, he knows how much your yacht means to you and will take complete care of her while working aboard. No job is too big or too small, from a new bilge pump to a complete MCA safety kit install. We offer the ultimate “one-stop-shop” for all your technical and equipment needs for your yacht.
- Full range of technical services available throughout Europe
- Equipment supplied and installed on board
- Project Management
- WINTER vention package for complete peace of mind over the winter
- SUMMER service to refresh and service your yacht mid season
- Online job list collaboration and 24/7 support when combined with logistical management package
The complexities of the MCA Code of Practice and MLC can be daunting for both new and experienced yacht owners. With an in-depth understanding of what is required for your yacht and crew to be fully compliant, we can assist every step of the way”
For yachts registered under the UK red flag states, including both commercial yachts and private yachts intending to occasionally charter, conformity with the MCA Code of Practice is mandatory. The MCA standard isn’t just relevant to red flag states, it is also useful to yachts under other flags. As a worldwide benchmark, an MCA certificate is often accepted in place of local rules and is a sensible standard for safety conscious owners of private yachts to adhere to. Coded yachts operating outside the UK and employing crew to work onboard must now also be MLC compliant. The Maritime Labor Convention (MLC) became mandatory for UK flagged commercial vessels, on international voyages from 2014 and details a strict set of rules for employing crew to ensure their welfare and safety.