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Mazu teams with Navionics

Mazu/Skymate, a technology company based in Reston, Virginia, has added Navionics charts to its Mazu iPad app, according to a company statement. The app acts …

Boaters invited to comment on railroad bridge closings

Scheduled construction on the Brightline high-speed rail system, also known as All Aboard Florida, will cross the St. Lucie and Loxahatchee rivers with more …

Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Africa, Blue Sky sells; Planet Nine, Lionspirit listed

Yachts sold M/Y Africa, a 154-foot (47m) Benetti built in 2010, sold by listing agent Burgess, with Marine Marketing and Pivatus introducing the buyer. Asking …

Northrop & Johnson adds charter broker

Anna Franciszkiewicz has recently joined Northrop & Johnson as a charter broker. Franciszkiewicz has worked as a charter broker since 2012 and is an active …

Yacht transport provider expands

British shipping agent Peters & May Group has expanded its operations with two recent acquisitions: Worldwide Yacht Shipping, and Transport Partners. The …

West Marine welcomes new CEO

California-based boating retailer West Marine has hired Doug Robinson as CEO. Robinson has 30 years of specialty retailing experience, most recently with …

Latest news in the charter fleet: Mine Games, Mizu with NJ

News in the charter fleet M/Y Mine Games, formerly Bistango, a 203-foot (63m) Benetti launched in 2010, available for winter charter in the Bahamas and summer …

Sun Power named Cox Powertrain distributor

Sun Power Diesel, based in Dania Beach, Florida, is now a U.S. distributor of the CXO300 diesel outboard engine — a high-power, low-weight, single-fuel …

Safe Harbor Marinas buys Old Port Cove

Safe Harbor Marinas bought Old Port Cove Holdings Inc. (OPC) of North Palm Beach, Florida, according to an announcement. The Dallas-based company will acquire …

Tidewater Boats expanding operations

Tidewater Boats, a South Carolina-based saltwater boat builder, is opening a satellite facility in Lexington County to manufacture larger boats, according to …

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Miami18 Sunday at the Miami Yacht Show on Collins

Miami18 Sunday at the Miami Yacht Show on Collins

Today was a bright and sunny day on the docks at Collins. Crew continued to shine as they greeted guests. Photos by Tom Serio and Lucy …

Miami18: Miami Yacht Show may move downtown next year

Miami18: Miami Yacht Show may move downtown next year

By Dorie Cox The Miami Yacht Show has seen its share of changes, but few as large as the plan to move next year’s show to downtown …

Miami18: Checking the tide: How do you keep in touch with family and friends?

Miami18: Checking the tide: How do you keep in touch with family and friends?

As technology changes and options increase for communication, The Triton was curious how such international travelers as yacht crew keep in …

Miami18: Boating a big, growing part of U.S. economy

Miami18: Boating a big, growing part of U.S. economy

By Dorie Cox and Lucy Chabot Reed Recreational boating in the United States plays a significant part in the country’s economy, …

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