Please find below a list of the members of the CMA. If you are interested in joining the CMA please contact the CMA for details.  Only Members who have paid their annual membership fee will have the names displayed on this website.

MemberAddressContactAbout the Business
Compass Publishing Ltd
sally erdle
PO Box 175 BQ Bequia VC0400 E:
Publishers of Caribbean Compass monthly magazine
Dominica Marine Association
Hubert J. Winston
18 Victoria Street Roseau M: 7672752851
Dominica Marine Association is dedicated to the needs of Dominica's marine industry.
Marina Operators Of The Bahamas (MOB)
Shamine Johnson
2nd Floor, Fidelity Financial Centre P.O. Box F-40650. M: (242) 727-0107
The purpose of the MOB is to represent the needs and interests of its members by facilitating and promoting profitability, competitiveness and sustainable growth of the marina industry in the Bahamas while promoting operational and environmental standards and practices for the overall ongoing success.
Martinique Yachting Association
Douglas RAPIER
Capitainerie du Marin Port de Plaisance Boulevard Allegre 97290 LE MARIN M: +596 696 45 89 75
MARTINIQUE YACHTING ASSOCIATION OBJECTIVES FEDERATE / INFORM : All companies with an interest in yachting. All the local, regional and state authorities & the decision makers of the economic and social impact generated by yachting. Its members of the changes in legislation and standards affecting their activities. CONTRIBUTE / SUPPORT : The promotion, the representation and the cooperation of the yachting sector in Martinique within the International yachting world and in particular within the Caribbean. The creation, follow-up and promotion of the key economic & social data. Environmental actions of concern to yachting interests. PROMOTE / LEAD : The quality of services offered to yachts that stay-over in Martinique. The creation, organisation and execution of yachting events. In general, the association has the objective of intervening in all areas of concern to its membership.
The Montserrat Yacht Club
Ralph Birkhoff
General Delivery Brades, Montserrat MSR1110 M: 664-496-3888
The Montserrat Yacht Club was founded in 1967 in Plymouth but after the devastating effects of Hurricane Hugo in 1992 and then the volcanic eruptions of 1995 and 1997, where all of Plymouth was destroyed, the club went dormant. Several years ago we revived the club charter and re-established the MYC at Isles Bay Beach. Our club membership currently stands at just over 60 members, and we are working hard to create new events and attract new cruising visitors to our Enchanted Emerald Isle. Skype: ralph.birkhoff

CMA Update
Date: 6th September, 2018
Caribbean Marine Association Today

TBT Sales Prosecuted
Date: 9th October, 2014
Executives of Sea Hawk Paints, Florida, plead guilty to selling banned TBT paints and are heavily fined.

Monserrat joins the CMA
Date: 23rd January, 2014
The CMA expands further with the addition of Montserrat to its membership


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