Sorry in advance. I know a lot of these questions have been asked in various forms but the answers i searched the forum for still left some small niggling questions. I am a marine engineer from the commercial industry with a UK MCA EOOW Motor unlimited. I have recently started looking into trying out yachts and seeing if i'm cut out for it. So i've listed some questions below to avoid them being lost in paragraphs of text: -With my ticket as it is will i just be able to sign on to a yacht and work there as an engineer? -Will there be any need to 'convert' my ticket into the equivalent yacht ticket or will it be fine as it is. -If i continue to work on yachts can i still embark on commercial training? (i.e. can i still go back to college and study for a commercial class 2 unlimited ticket as the MCA have told me the only reason my ticket would be limited would be due to vessel type and they listed 'offshore/FPSO' as an example). With the size of some yachts these days i see no reason why i can't continue up the commercial ticket ladder and work in the yacht industry. Thanks for any replies in advance!