U.S. Coast Guard Captain Troy Glendye is scheduled as the keynote speaker at the American Boat & Council (ABYC) annual meeting taking position Jan. 10, 2022 from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., at the Francis Marion Hotel in Charleston, South Carolina.

ABYC’s annual meeting and cocktail reception launches Standards 7 days, which contains Project Complex Committee (PTC) conferences where business specialists get to update ABYC safety benchmarks as well as to show up at the Marine Legislation Symposium.

“We stimulate absolutely everyone in the maritime field to join us for the duration of Benchmarks 7 days, but primarily for ABYC’s annual assembly to welcome Troy Glendye as the new Main of the Coastline Guard Business office of Auxiliary and Boating Security,” states ABYC President John Adey. “I have relished finding to know Captain Glendye and am extremely a great deal on the lookout forward to doing the job with him in his new position.”

Glendye took on the tasks of Main of the Coastline Guard Workplace of Auxiliary and Boating Security, Main Director of the Coastline Guard Auxiliary, and the Countrywide Coordinator for the Countrywide Recreational Boating Safety Plan in spring 2021. Before his new place, he worked within just the logistics transformation plan to help the USCG’s organization design to modernize and completely align all Coast Guard engineering disciplines.

“Captain Glendye is an remarkable person who will bring some fresh, new perspectives to the table. He’s a embellished Coastline Guard aviator, and most importantly, a recreational boater,” claimed his predecessor Captain Scott Johnson in an formal U.S. Coastline Guard launch.

Glendye will talk about his position as the chief for 23,000 USCG Auxiliary volunteers and how he intends to foster cooperation in between Coast Guard districts and point out governmental businesses to best benefit from the program’s resources. He will also attract consideration to producing and employing nationwide policies for recreational boating security. At last, ABYC once-a-year conference contributors will hear how ABYC will help these initiatives.


Registration is no cost for ABYC’s once-a-year assembly. For extra facts, visit www.abycstandardsweek.com.