Hannah Cash appointed onto the board of BMF South West

On 25/03/2012, in Blog, by hannah

We are pleased to announce the recent appointment of Hannah Cash from YachtingLawyers onto the board for the British Marine Federation South West region. The British Marine Federation is the award winning trade association for the British leisure, superyacht and small commercial marine industry. The BMF SW region accounts for over 30% of the UK’s […]

TV Clip featuring Hannah Cash on BBC1 series ‘Britain’s Empty Homes’

On 24/02/2012, in Blog, by hannah

If you missed Hannah Cash’s appearance on the BBC1 series ‘Britain’s Empty Homes’ you can see a clip from the program which features Hannah and her barge ‘Katharine of London’  here

Visit London Boat Show 2012

On 02/01/2012, in Blog, Events, by hannah

Here at YachtingLawyers, I am very excited about the forthcoming Tullett Prebon London Boat Show, not least because its held on my door step in the capital at ExCel Exhibition Center in London, but also its held over 10 days at the beginning of January, so a great way to start the new year and […]

Hannah Cash, Head of YachtingLawyers to appear in BBC1 Programme “Britain’s Empty Homes”

On 12/12/2011, in Blog, by hannah

We are delighted to announce that our head of YachtingLawyers, Hannah Cash, is to appear in the BBC series “Britain’s Empty Homes” which is currently being aired on BBC1. Britain’s Empty Homes, the successful BBC daytime series featuring presenter Joe Crowley, is back for a third series, showing viewers how to unlock the amazing potential […]

Visit PSP Southampton Boatshow September 2011

On 10/08/2011, in Blog, Events, by hannah

At YachtingLawyers we are getting very excited about attending the PSP Southampton Boat Show 2011 taking place here in the UK over 10 days in September 2011. Southampton Boat Show attracts thousands of international visitors every year and is one of Europe’s premier on-water boat shows. It is an excellent showcase for the UK leisure […]

UK Boat Registrations – Why Register Your Boat?

On 22/07/2011, in Boating Guides, by hannah

If you are thinking of registering your boat, have you wondered whether boat registration is necessary? Are there circumstances in which you must register your boat and what are the benefits? As an owner of a pleasure craft in the UK, registration of your vessel is not currently compulsory unless your vessel is subject to […]

Seawork International 2011 – Commercial Marine Exhibition 14th -16th June

On 09/06/2011, in Blog, Events, by hannah

Here at YachtingLawyers we are getting very excited about Seawork International 2011 Commercial Marine Exhibition taking place over 3 days this month in the UK. Seawork attracts thousands of visitors from the international commercial marine sector and is the largest and fastest growing commercial marine and workboat event to be held in a European working […]

Buying a Houseboat – 3rd of 3 Part Series – Boat v Residential Property

On 07/06/2011, in Blog, Boating Guides, by hannah

This is the final part of a 3 part series on buying a houseboat. The first part dealt with considering suitable vessels to use as houseboat, the second part dealt with the different types of moorings available to berth your new home and this final part of the series focuses on the differences between living on a boat and residential property. […]

Buying a Houseboat – 2nd of a 3 Part Series – Boat Moorings

On 31/05/2011, in Blog, Boating Guides, by hannah

This is the 2nd part of a 3 part series on buying a houseboat. The first part of this series dealt with the different typs of boats suitable to use as live-aboards. This part focuses on where to keep your boat and the various mooring options available to you. Finding a suitable mooring will depend on the size […]

Buying A Houseboat – 1st of a 3 Part Series

On 19/05/2011, in Blog, Boating Guides, by hannah

This is the first of a 3 part series on buying a houseboat. This first part focuses on the different types of boats suitable to use as a live aboard. There is a huge choice of boats suitable for living on.  What you go for ultimately depends on your budget, your lifestyle, and the level […]

About YachtingLawyers’ London Office – HMS President

On 17/05/2011, in Blog, by hannah

Our London office is based aboard HMS President, centrally located on Victoria Embankment on the River Thames by Blackfriars Bridge. Having an office aboard this unique historic warship generates great interest with our clients and works fantastically well for YachtingLawyers with the obvious maritime link to our business. Advising on all aspects of buying, selling […]

YachtingLawyers Telegraph Feature

On 17/05/2011, in Blog, by martin

I am pleased to announce that one of our solicitors, Hannah Cash, appeared in The Telegraph newspaper at the weekend, front page of the Property section no less!  She’s too modest to blog this herself… Hannah lives on a houseboat in Central London aboard her beloved 90 foot barge “Katharine of London” a humber keel English barge, built […]

America’s Cup Comes To Plymouth, Devon – September 2011

On 03/05/2011, in Blog, Events, by hannah

Great news for the South West and UK sailing fans, as it was recently announced in the press last month that Plymouth, Devon has been chosen as one of the locations for the 2011 America’s Cup. The 34th America’s Cup World Series will see fifteen teams from 12 countries across the world competing in the […]


On 18/04/2011, in Blog, by admin

Hello I’m Hannah, one of the solicitors at YachtingLawyers.com – Welcome to our website! We hope you find it useful and interesting. Don’t forget to access our 10 “Essential Boat Owners Guides” – they’re free! Please get in touch for all your general legal boating and business enquires or if you’d simply like to discuss […]