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Diesel Digest: Frequent use of biocides negates its effectiveness

Diesel Digest: by Capt. Jeff Werner For most engineers and captains, the gospel when topping off a diesel tank is to mix the required quantity of the additive …

Yachtie Glow: Six simple ways to reduce plastic onboard

Yachtie Glow: by Angela Orecchio While I care a great deal about the environment, I’m just as guilty as anyone when it comes to buying plastic items for …

Culinary Waves: Chefs need to build network, too

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson So many chefs in yachting try to stay abreast of culinary trends to make their food cutting edge, but how many …

Stew Cues: A primer on dishware

Stew Cues: by Chief Stew Alene Keenan Stews are charged with taking care of valuable and sometimes sentimental dishes. Here are some tips. Washing dishes …

Take It In: Berries are nature’s candy

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Berries are nature’s candy, sweet, bite-sized, the perfect hand-to-mouth food. Thanks to global supplies, the most popular …

Crew Coach: Lies stem from fear; face it and tell the truth

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon For anyone who’s been paying attention to politics in the United States lately, there’s a whole gamut of feelings and …

Sea Science: There’s a reason that green flash at sunset is so rare

Sea Science: by Scott McDowell When mariners share sea stories of encounters with gales and rogue waves, rarely does a session end without mention of the …

Engineer’s Angle: Choose correct coupling for the job

Engineer’s Angle: by Rich Merhige Couplings are used to connect two rotating pieces of equipment together at their ends for transmitting power. There are …

Sea Sick: Think you know CPR? Take this quiz

Sea Sick: by Keith Murray I am often surprised by the number of people I encounter who tell me they know how to perform CPR. When I teach a class, I start off …

On Course: Role more important than title in bridge ops

On Course: by Capt. Brian Luke Last month, I wrote about the idea that to facilitate safer yacht operations, it may be important for the captain to become more …

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Latest news from Bermuda

Latest news from Bermuda

May 25, 2017 Capt. Kent Kohlberger and the crew on M/Y Safira are docked at the America"s Cup Village in the Naval Dockyard in Bermuda …

From the Bridge: Below Deck annoys, damages but doesn’t destroy industry

From the Bridge: Below Deck annoys, damages but doesn’t destroy industry

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox A reality show of yacht captains, crew and their guests on charter has been a big hit with TV viewers …

Savannah Yacht Center welcomes first yacht to graving dock

Savannah Yacht Center welcomes first yacht to graving dock

By Dorie Cox M/Y Aviva, a 223-foot Abeking & Rasmussen, is the first yacht in for service at Savannah Yacht Center's recently …

‘New’ Bermuda awaits yachts for charter, America’s Cup

‘New’ Bermuda awaits yachts for charter, America’s Cup

By Dorie Cox Many yachts are making their initial trip to Bermuda for the country's first hosting of the America’s Cup this month. And …