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Dorie Cox is editor of The Triton.

Couple tie the knot 3,000 feet under the sea

Captains complete many duties by ship’s radio. Capt. Kostas Andreou of M/Y Global used his to help a couple tie the knot about 3,000 feet under the yacht …

Triton wins Society of Professional Journalists award

The Triton was awarded second place for best trade or special interest publication by the Society of Professional Journalists, Florida Pro chapter on July 22. …

Kilted captain is world champion in Highland games events

Clad in a black kilt, his long hair tied behind him, Capt. Petrus Sundevall stoops and struggles to balance what appears to be a towering telephone pole …

It’s all in the family for RPM’s Rubano

By Dorie Cox Every day, Joseph J. “Joe” Rubano scrolls through his online calendar list of 63 employees to see who has a birthday or anniversary. …

Co-founder of Knight & Carver dies

By John Freeman Hugo Carver, long-known in San Diego’s maritime industry as an inventive engineer, good-humored mariner and co-owner of Knight & Carver …

Scuba diver dies in accident at Old Port Cove Marina

A scuba diver was killed by a yacht propeller Tuesday morning at Old Port Cove Marina in North Palm Beach, Fla. The diver, identified Luis Alberto …

From the Bridge: Captains prefer experienced owners

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox Some yacht owners are in it because of their love of boats. They have spent a lifetime on the water, steeped in yachting …

Sales, refit tax breaks underway in Fort Lauderdale

By Dorie Cox Two of Fort Lauderdale’s largest yachting centers are the first to get final approvals to activate Foreign Trade Zones. Both Lauderdale Marine …

Triton networks with United Yacht Transport

About 175 captains, crew and industry professionals joined The Triton to network with United Yacht Transport on the first day of summer in Fort Lauderdale. …

Engineer Matthew Carscadden’s smile, attitude remembered

By Dorie Cox Eng. Matthew Carscadden, 27, died June 6 in West Palm Beach, Fla., after being removed from life-support machines. He was found unresponsive five …

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Victoria International Marina opens for yachts this summer

Victoria International Marina opens for yachts this summer

After more than 30 years in the making, the $17.8 million (24 million Canadian dollars) Victoria International Marina is on track to …

NY marina now ready for megayachts

NY marina now ready for megayachts

Large yachts headed to New England this summer can now call on Danfords Marina in Port Jefferson, N.Y. The recently renovated marina now …

It’s all in the family for RPM’s Rubano

It’s all in the family for RPM’s Rubano

By Dorie Cox Every day, Joseph J. "Joe" Rubano scrolls through his online calendar list of 63 employees to see who has a birthday or …

Owner’s View: Text on your own time

Owner’s View: Text on your own time

Owner's View: by Peter Herm This article is about the now ubiquitous smartphone and the crew management challenges it creates. The …

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