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FLIBS17: Interior talents are on the table

By Dorie Cox The work of interior yacht staff is misunderstood. That’s what several stews said during two tabletop setting competitions that took place …

FLIBS17: Checking the Tide: Where’s your favorite spot onboard?

While working on a yacht, crew must have their favorite decks or rooms. Although not always accessible to them, we were wondering that if they owned the yacht, …

FLIBS17: Fraser honors captain of M/Y Keiki Kai

By Lucy Chabot Reed Capt. Trevor Usher was honored last night as Fraser’s Yacht Management Captain of the Year. Capt. Usher, in command of the 100-foot (30m) …

FLIBS17: Unlimited license still exclusive

By Dorie Cox So far, there are five yacht captains that hold the Master (Yachts) Unlimited license of the The Marshall Islands Registry. Part of the reason …

FLIBS17: USSA honors leaders, givers

By Lucy Chabot Reed Lisa Morley, vice president of sales and marketing for Maritime Professional Training in Fort Lauderdale, was honored with the Beacon Award …

FLIBS17: Test your mates

Try these questions to test your mates’ nautical knowledge.   A seaman’s name for a reef knot tied upside down is called : square knot, slip knot …

FLIBS17: Captain humbled to be recognized for helping others

By Lucy Chabot Reed Between jobs last year, Capt. Marvin Wilson spent six months volunteering as skipper on the 178-foot (54m) R/V Pacific Hope, a medical ship …

FLIBS17: Checking the Tide: What scares you?

Inherently the work of yacht crew can be dangerous. They often work with heavy equipment, are responsible for people’s safety and more. We were curious …

FLIBS17: Century-old shipyards to meet yacht needs on the Miami River

By Dorie Cox One hundred years ago, a 100-foot private yacht was immense. Two Miami shipyards that serviced the large commercial and private boats on the Miami …

FLIBS17: Las Olas side of show to grow in 2020

By Dorie Cox The north end of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show will look much different in 2020, according to Suntex Marinas Investors during a …

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Crew Coach: How well a job interview goes could depend on 4 key aspects

Crew Coach: How well a job interview goes could depend on 4 key aspects

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon Recently I saw an ad for a television program that shows job interviews. I haven’t watched it, and …

Antigua17: Chefs contest brings crew closer

Antigua17: Chefs contest brings crew closer

Chefs on Adiamo, Sarissa and Vigilant I take top honors at Antigua By Dorie Cox Competing in the Concours de Chef is fierce and …

Eng. James “Jimmy” Cascella dies after motorcycle accident

Eng. James “Jimmy” Cascella dies after motorcycle accident

By Dorie Cox Eng. James "Jimmy" Cascella died Dec. 7 from injuries sustained in an accident on Interstate 95 at Hollywood Boulevard in …

Triton Networking with Ocean Wine and Spirits

Triton Networking with Ocean Wine and Spirits

Nearly 200 captains, crew and industry folks joined us for Triton Networking on the first Wednesday of December with Ocean Wine & …

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