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Weather does wonderful and frightening things. First Mate Seth Laws of the 90-foot Cheoy Lee M/Y T-Zero caught this summer storm on its way in Gloucester, Mass., with his Nikon D810. New to the charter market, T-Zero’s three-member crew have been exploring New England’s secrets to give their guests great summer memories.

Weather does wonderful and frightening things. First Mate Seth Laws of the 90-foot Cheoy Lee M/Y T-Zero caught this summer storm on its way in Gloucester, Mass., with his Nikon D810. New to the charter market, T-Zero’s three-member crew have been exploring New England’s secrets to give their guests great summer memories.

Crew see yachting like no one else can. The Triton is dedicating a space to crew photographers.

Crew Eye will feature at least one photo each month in this space with details on the scene and the photographer.

Send us images of yachting as you see it, in all its beauty and luxury, or all its toughness and tedium. Consider it your canvas to share your views of yachting.

Send your photos to editorial@the-triton.com. Be sure to include where it was taken, when, and what kind of equipment you used.

Our inaugural photo comes from Deck/Eng. Nino Vukelic captured this sunset during the Yacht and Brokerage Show in Miami Beach in February. Vukelic, who was on the 112-foot Westport M/Y Steadfast at the time, snapped a series of shots using his Fuji S3 Pro SLR camera body with 18-55mm Nikon lens and merged them together in Photoshop.EDIT photo NINO 002

 

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