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London Boat Show 2017


Come and see us at the London Boat Show on stand D068 - right behind the Raymarine stand. And don’t forget there are half-price tickets for CA members – see MyCA for the code.

 

Launch of New CAptain's Mate app


 

January 13th is the day we will be launching our great new CAptain’s Mate app at the London Boat Show when Yachting Monthly editor, Kieran Flatt, will be doing the honours for the CA at the show theatre.

The launch takes place at 4pm and there will be champagne and nibbles on the CA stand afterwards.

Press Release - Greek Tax Affecting Yachts


Press Release - latest on Greek tax affecting yachts - December 2016

A new Greek tax affecting thousands of British boat owners in Greece has moved a step nearer to being introduced, the Cruising Association reports – but possibly at a lower level than originally thought.

CA member, Chris Robb, has been working with Greek authorities to try to persuade them to make the tax fairer and more workable than originally announced.

CA members can login and read the full details here.

General Manager Recruitment


General Manager Recruitment

This is an excellent opportunity for someone with a strong interest in sailing to play a critical role in shaping and delivering the high-quality services of the Cruising Association. A full-time position with a competitive salary and based at CA House, Limehouse, London, the role will have responsibility for a team of six staff and will have oversight of a budget of approximately £600k.

CA in Sailing Today


What the yachting press say about us - CA in Sailing Today

The growth of CA membership and increase in the numbers of younger members prompted Sailing Today magazine to find out more about what makes joining the CA so appealing and says we 'must be the envy of yacht clubs around the country.'

The article is in their December 2016 issue which is out now.

Latest on Greek tax affecting yachts


October 24, 2016

A new taxation law affecting yachts in Greece still appears to be in a stalemate position with no forward movement since the law was confirmed in August.

But the Cruising Association is still in talks with the Greek Ministry of shipping regarding the collection and enforcement process of the tax as well as the unfairness of some elements of the tax.

The CA hopes that as in 2013/14, when the Ministry took nearly all the CA’s points on board resulting in a major change to Port Police duties, that they will listen again.