The Triton

Dorie Cox

Author Archives

National Marine Suppliers party, ride raises $80,000 for charity

Ft. Lauderdale-based National Marine Suppliers donated $80,650 to the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation last night, money the company raised through its annual …

Triton networks with Sirocco Marine

About 150 people in the yacht industry kicked off the holidays at Triton networking on the first Wednesday in December at Sirocco Marine. Old friends and new …

Bridge repair to close New River navigation in February

UPDATE Dec. 6 A planned repair of the railroad bridge in downtown Ft. Lauderdale will close navigation to the city’s major shipyards for 12 days in …

Hiring yacht crew challenges captains

Hiring crew is one of yachting’s biggest challenges, according to some captains. They aim to pick the right candidates, but often misinformation and …

Government officers clarify policies for yachts in U.S. waters

The rules for yachts and crew in U.S. waters can all be found in written regulations, but there are often questions as to interpretation. To clarify topics …

Marine business is moving post-election

The U.S. election took place the day after the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this year. On the way to the show, people on Southeast 17th Street …

M/Y Libert-y’s Capt. John “John Jay” Kregelstein dies

Capt. John Kregelstein of M/Y Libert-Y, an 80-foot Offshore, died Saturday of a heart attack. He was 50. Known to friends and colleagues as Capt. John Jay, he …

Triton networks with Yachty Rentals

Several hundred captains crew and industry professionals enjoyed Triton networking with Yachty Rentals on the regular third-Wednesday-of-the-month event in Ft. …

Triton networks with Sirocco Marine

The Triton will kick off the holiday season on Dec. 7 networking with Sirocco Marine, exclusive U.S. dealer of Brig rigid inflatable boats. Yacht captains, …

Morley-Beavers remembered as voice for mariners and industry

By Dorie Cox Maritime laws and regulations confound many yachting professionals, but Amy Morley-Beavers guided three decades of mariners through their …

Page 1 of 4212345...102030...Last »

Editor’s Picks

Bridge repair to close New River navigation in February

Bridge repair to close New River navigation in February

UPDATE Dec. 6 A planned repair of the railroad bridge in downtown Ft. Lauderdale will close navigation to the city's major shipyards for …

Hiring yacht crew challenges captains

Hiring yacht crew challenges captains

Hiring crew is one of yachting's biggest challenges, according to some captains. They aim to pick the right candidates, but often …

There’s one more step after selling a boat: Take care of the crew

There’s one more step after selling a boat: Take care of the crew

The goal of most of the exhibitors at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is to sell boats. From the anecdotal stories I heard …

Government officers clarify policies for yachts in U.S. waters

The rules for yachts and crew in U.S. waters can all be found in written regulations, but there are often questions as to interpretation. …