, 2022-12-01 11:42:48,
After Red Ensign Group’s session, Carlo Vinelli speaks about the evolution of the REG code…
Last month The Superyacht Forum was bustling with intriguing ideas from yachting professionals. The brainstorming sessions witnessed lively debates where delegates put forward their queries to professionals from every corner of the superyacht industry. Red Ensign Group’s session: ‘What’s new about the REG code’ featured amongst them. The session evolved into a lively debate in which representatives from the various flags gave their candid take on how the code has adapted to changing demands and what could be done to improve its readability.
Cayman Registry Regional Director, Peter Southgate moderated the session, posing queries about whether the regulations should be simplified to make them easier to comprehend. Cayman Registry’s Principal Surveyor, Julian Smith spoke at length about the need to simplify the regulations. How to juggle ‘Goal Based Standards’ whilst avoiding stifling innovation is a concern among regulators of the Red Ensign Group (REG) code and the brainstorming session demonstrated just how cooperative the speakers were when adhering to the needs of professionals from every part of the yacht-building process.
SuperyachtNews spoke to Carlo Vinelli, Senior Surveyor at Isle of Man Ship Registry, who proposed the idea, from his previous experience in the Italian yacht-build market, that a language barrier can, in some…
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