The ABYA membership logo represents a mark of distinction, and an assurance to the client that a strict code of practice is being followed.
ABYA is a professional organisation for Yacht Brokers and Agents who sell new or used boats. ABYA endorse a strict code of practice that has been specifically written for conducting the business of yacht brokerage.
ABYA also run a Practical Yacht Brokerage Course. This allows members to keep up to date with both legal and technical aspects of boat sales, ensuring their credibility both to the client and within the legal system.
All Ancasta brokers are members of ABYA and follow a continuous professional development programme which includes the practical yacht brokerage course and subsequent training. Ancasta brokers subscribe to the ABYA code of practice for your complete peace of mind.
Whether you're thinking of buying or selling a boat, it makes sense to talk to an ABYA member:
"At last I have found someone who speaks English and can provide Spare Parts for my Lagoon 410 in Turkey. Sorry there are some silly little bits on the list but I am grateful you can supply them as well as the bigger items."
Many thanks, Geoff (Turkey)
"Many thanks for your email, what a relief to find such a useful service - I was dreading sourcing the bits for my Oceanis 50! I will now forward all the information you have provided to my surveyor. I guess it will be worthwhile replacing all of the bushing/bearings, and to know these can be sent to the Greek mainland within 10days is very comforting."
Best wishes, Mr W (UK)
"Thank you so much for your help in supplying the transom rubber for the Antares 980. Looks great and very blue!"
BW, Mr D (Wales)
"Hi, I am taking a few moments to compliment one of your staff. I have recently been dealing with your lady in Parts, to source an obscure but vital internal rigging component on my 2000 Beneteau 31.7. Paula is obviously knowledgeable, patient and efficient, a credit to you company. Well done and thanks."
Regards, Mr H (Falmouth)
"How kind of you to reply so promptly, I am just taking a minute or two to get some advice regarding the existing lifting keel mechanism for my Oceanis 311 which I fear is beyond repair and also to ensure that I order all the parts required as some of the accompanying furniture of the in place system is also part worn. I will get back to you shortly. Thank you for your prompt and efficient handling of this matter"
Best regards, Nigel