Tagged: Legal

30/06/2011 03:00:00 PM
Locked Up Abroad
By Louisa Cowan 
How to handle a locked-up-abroad situation. more...
28/06/2011 04:20:00 AM
Right and Wrong
By Benjamin Maltby 
When it comes to crime on the high seas, which laws govern captains and crew? more...
23/06/2011 07:25:00 AM
Salvage Realities
By Bob Umbdenstock, RESOLVE Marine Group 
In the event of a salvage situation, what are your rights? more...
21/06/2011 03:30:00 AM
Rescue and Responsibility
By Benjamin Maltby 
The legal implications of aiding in a rescue at sea.  more...
21/05/2010 03:35:00 AM
Motor Yacht Force Blue Seized
Dockwalk received this from the Italian Ship and Yacht Brokers Association (ISYBA) "Flavio Briatore's £15m yacht seized in fraud probe after police chase along the Italian coast. Officers on high speed boats 'pursued' the 60 metre yacht Force Blue for more...
18/03/2010 02:40:00 AM
The Legality of Avoiding Taxes
By Louisa Cowan 
Many yacht crew avoid paying their taxes, but at what cost? more...
04/02/2010 04:00:00 AM
Life and Death: What's Your Liability?
By Andrew Mescolotto 
Who is liable when a guest is injured or dies under the care of crew? more...
12/01/2010 03:10:00 AM
Weapons on Board: Worth the Risk?
By Janine Ketterer 
As yachts globetrot during this new age of piracy, should guns be the first line of defense?   more...
17/11/2009 03:30:00 AM
Visa Implications of Caribbean Dockwalking
By Louisa Cowan 
As boats migrate south, so will crew in attempts to dockwalk for work, but what are the visa implications of looking for work in the Caribbean? more...
31/10/2009 10:55:00 AM
The Superyacht Crew Visa: B1B2
By Lauren Beck 
Efforts to establish a "Superyacht Crew" visa have ended after the U.S. State Department maintains that the B1/B2 visa is the correct visa for foreign crew to obtain to enter the U.S. more...