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The U.S. Superyacht Association (USSA) was formed 13 years ago to serve as the voice of the superyacht industry in the United States. Since that time, advocating on behalf of this $6 billion segment of the recreational boating industry has remained a top priority for the association. Over the past several years, the USSA has taken firm steps forward to secure our ability to grow this segment of the industry. The USSA works closely with our national and regional partner-organizations to continue to strive for “One Industry, One Voice.”
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It is through the strength of our membership that we are able to make our voices heard and affect positive change for our industry.
Strengthen your ties and interact with peers in the superyacht industry at regional, national and international events with exclusive entry to the USSA member lounges.
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Latest USSA News
Reston, VA, 11 May 2021For Immediate Release The Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) Yacht Code (the “Code”) has been updated and amended making it more pragmatic than ever for modern and innovative owners and shipyards to choose the RMI as a building standard. The...
Open for Business: Washington State bolsters boating economy with the passage of new boating law aimed at attracting Superyachts
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 4, 2021 Peter Schrappen Northwest Marine Trade Association & Superyacht Northwest 206.661.7855 Peter@Nmta.net Seattle, WA: With the stroke of his pen, Governor Inslee threw open Washington state’s doors to increased boating activity when...
The USSA and T. Spencer Samuels, in cooperation with ARPA/COBRA Subsidies, hosted an informative educational workshop on the latest healthcare Cobra Regulations that are now impacting your company as of April 1, 2021. We encourage you to invest 30 minutes to watch...
Paid Leave for 2021 Employers may receive tax credits for up to twelve weeks of paid family leave provided to employees who are unable to work for any of the reasons listed. Those credits are equal to two-thirds of an employee’s regular wages, capped at $200/day up to...