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Monaco-based chat app founder visits Yachts Miami Beach in person

Monaco-based YachtNeeds co-founder Tony Stout was receiving so many downloads of his latest app YachtChat from crew based in Florida, he decided to book a …

Yacht crew at work on day three at Yachts Miami Beach

Click to see these crew shots on Facebook.com. Related Posts... New awards to honor best captains, crew The first International Crew Awards will celebrate the …

Captain of steel-hulled icebreaker ready for adventure

Capt. Pablo Benjumeda has only been on the M/Y Steel since October 2015, but he knows of her worldly knowledge. The 180-foot icebreaker is a unique vessel …

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    Related Posts... Triton Networking nets $1,500 for injured yachtie More than 200 captains, crew and industry people challenged the Read more... …

Former chief stew designs romantic gestures, experiences

Jessica Keglovich will never forget a very special moment she shared with her now fiance. “We followed the candlelit path down to the beach,” Keglovich …

Know, know, know your boat with Molly Malloy

The Triton knows captains and crew become curators of their vessels. They learn about the boat’s history, the maker, the way their boats function. So stand …

Visit the beauty of Cuba, underwater

Note: Capt. Brandon Burke was the deckhand/dive instructor of a 120-foot yacht in 2011 when the owner took the yacht to Cuba for a diving excursion. He shares …

Mask-making stew explores her creative, artistic side

All that Stew Caroline von Broembsen needs to satisfy her urge to create art is a 4-foot by 2-foot space, a glue gun and some swatches of leather, silk, satin, …

CYBA’s Going Green to Save the Blue campaign targets plastic water bottles

The reduced use of plastic water bottles on charter yachts is the sole focus of this year’s Caribbean Yacht Brokers Association’s (CYBA) four-year-old …

Former yacht captain, hydroplane racer, slows his speed with gondola tours

Capt. Roy Conklin runs about one hundred knots slower than he did when he raced boats and 15 knots slower than when captain on a 78-foot Marlow. About a year …

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Yacht share program head sentenced, company moves forward

The head of a yacht sharing program convicted of defrauding investors has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison by a Connecticut …

Port Vauban extends crew program

Port Vauban extends crew program

Port Vauban will continue its crew program events and activities into the summer, according to a company statement. The program offers …

Score with the universal language of soccer during the World Cup

Score with the universal language of soccer during the World Cup

By John Jarvie Boating is a universal language. Anywhere in the world, we have the capacity to communicate, bond and relate through …

Bahamas, Caribbean cruising guide author Steven J. Pavlidis dies

Bahamas, Caribbean cruising guide author Steven J. Pavlidis dies

By Milt Baker Stephen J. Pavlidis, one of America’s top cruising guide authors, died May 29, in Covington, Georgia, after a long …

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