2020 MYBA Charter Show TERMS & CONDITIONS – MEDIA

The MYBA Charter Show welcomes specialised yachting media, as well as luxury lifestyle/travel and other relevant media such as global and economic press.

The MYBA Charter Show is an important show in the yachting world where the quality of all participants, including the media, is closely vetted.  It provides a great opportunity for all attending media to publish content of this important event and all attending media are expected to provide some form of coverage.

Entry is strictly by invitation and press credentials will be required.

If you would like to receive an invitation to attend the Show as a member of the media, please contact Jane Adlington-Brumer, MYBA/AYSAS Admin, +33 493 318 549 or email jane@aysas.com.

There is no charge involved, however it is still necessary to register online (deadline 18h00 GMT 14th March 2020) in order to obtain the relevant passes that will entitle Media to attend all Show events.

SHOW WELCOME COCKTAIL:

One invitation per person with a maximum of 2 invitations for each registered Publication.

Important note:

Some yachts may restrict access to Press in accordance with owner’s instructions. To avoid any misunderstanding or disappointment, we recommend you contact the yacht’s Central Agent as a courtesy before arrival and/or boarding.

IT IS NOT PERMITTED FOR ANY MEDIA TO SOLICIT BUSINESS DURING THE SHOW.  ANY EDITORIAL PRESS AND PUBLICATIONS WISHING TO SOLICIT ADVERTISING MUST REGISTER AS EXHIBITORS WITH A STAND.

BADGES SHOULD BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHILE ON THE SHOW PREMISES.
RANDOM CHECKS WILL BE CARRIED OUT THROUGHOUT THE SHOW.

Freelance media, photographers, influencers etc… may be invited to the Show on the understanding that they are expected to provide media cover, and that all photos and other media material (articles, posts etc…) will be shared with the Show owners who may use the material as they see fit. 

THE MYBA CHARTER SHOW PANEL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REVIEW ALL APPLICATIONS ACCORDING TO ITS PUBLISHED CRITERIA AND TO ACCEPT OR REJECT THEM AT ITS DISCRETION.

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