ISKRA Shipyard, Seasy, Falco, and EMCI Register joined ICOMIA


The International Council of Marine Industry Associations – ICOMIA – is delighted to welcome ISKRA Shipyard to the ICOMIA Refit Group, Seasy and Falco to the ICOMIA Marinas Group, and EMCI Register as a Sustaining Member.More about ISKRA ShipyardISKRA Shipyard is a leading ship repair yard on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, specialising in repairs of all types of vessels up to 80 m in LOA, and in new build vessels up to 60 meters LOA. The shipyard offers Repair, Refit, Conversion, and New Build Supervision services, as well as complete Technical Management. ISKRA Shipyard refits existing and fabricates new boat systems: propulsion systems, ship systems, steel, and aluminum hulls. For more information visit about SeasySeasy is a thriving booking platform that aspires to connect sailors with marinas worldwide. Their primary mission is to make sailing as smooth as possible and to become a simple solution to an uncomplicated holiday. In order to do so, Seasy is leading the digital awakening of the marine market by creating complete support for sailors, so they can spend more time enjoying sailing and less time worrying about the weather conditions and planning their next mooring place. For more information visit about FalcoFalco is a France-based marine IoT solutions provider, with a mission to empower marinas to become the hub of connected marine services. Falco delivers an ecosystem of IoT and digital solutions that enable marinas to optimize operations, promote sustainability and deliver higher value in a customer-focused organisation. Falco’s connected services include sensors deployed on docks and boats to monitor and optimise berth occupancy, drive environmental performance, increase security and enable digital services for boaters. For more information visit about EMCI RegisterEMCI Register has over 15 years of combined experience in the (maritime) certification industry and the recreational craft sector. EMCI Register’s differentiating factor is its non-profit status and the in-house developed audit application. EMCI Register has joined ICOMIA and EBI in order to increase its global activities and to assist, where possible, with its specialised knowledge of the Recreational Craft Directive, ICT, and conformity assessments. Using this knowledge, EMCI Register will be an active member of the organisation, especially with matters relating to the Recreational Craft Directive and conformity assessments. For more information visit to view details of all ICOMIA members.If you are interested in ICOMIA membership, please contact