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Marine Trades Association

Serving and preserving the Marine Industry

The Marine Trades Association was formed and exists to serve worldwide member firms in the marine industry. The main goal of MTA is to seek ways to reduce the cost of doing business. By increasing your profits the MTA achieves its goal of keeping the marine sector healthy.

Membership is open to any individual, organization or company regardless of their size or position in the marketplace. The sole governing criteria is that their business is maritime related. Your business can be located in any country.

This broad definition can include sailors, boatbuilders, sea-captains, marina owners or operators, yacht brokers, commercial fishermen, marine freight forwarders, fishhouses and processors,  maritime attorneys, diveboats, marine surveyors, marine mechanics, charter operators, scuba stores, shipping lines, marine construction firms, underwater demolition experts, riggers, sailmakers, marine artisans, and so on....

In brief, if you or your business operates in the marine environment or serves the marine industry you can be a member.

To learn more about our existing and proposed insurance programmes click here.

                                                                             

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Send mail to mail@marinetrades.com with questions or comments about this web site. Some services are provided by outside service organizations. The Marine Trades Association Inc. is a member service organization and is not an insurance company, agent or broker. This website is not to be considered a solicitation to purchase insurance or a solicitation to invest in any scheme. The proposals on this website are for information purposes only and are void where prohibited by law. Specific insurance questions should be directed to Association Insurance Managers, a fictitious name of ORM Inc., a Florida Corporation (305) 743-7711 or to their website www.offshorerisk.com .
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Last modified: January 15, 2006