Cora Tracey

MYBA Executive Officer

Born and educated in Scotland, Cora moved to France in 1990. A qualified post-grad translator, she speaks English and French as well as a little Spanish.

Cora was hired by MYBA in 2000 to set up MYBA’s administrative structure and has taken this from strength to strength over the past 18 years.  Now MYBA’s Executive Officer, she heads up a team of six, overseeing all aspects of the Association’s numerous and far-reaching activities.  She was nominated to the MYBA Board as Secretary in 2005.

MYBA is a worldwide professional trade association dedicated to large crewed yacht commerce. Established in 1984 in the South of France, it now has a truly global reach with members in Europe, North America, South-East Asia and Australia.

Amongst MYBA’s objectives is the maintenance of the highest standards of professional ethics, rules and skills in the fields of super yacht brokerage, charter and technical manager.  It produces some of the profession’s most valuable tools, including industry-standard contracts, a yacht charter show, a charter database and training seminars. Another important aspect of MYBA’s work is the interaction with and lobbying of national and international authorities to ensure that any changes in regulations are yacht-friendly.

Cora’s role is to support the MYBA Board, in particular the President, to ensure that MYBA’s diverse activities are maintained and developed to the highest standards, liaising with external consultants, legal counsel, members and other associations.  With her broad experience and understanding of the Association, Cora is one of MYBA’s best ambassadors.

Hear Cora speak at the Marine Connections event on 13 April at Southport Yacht Club.

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