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AC exhibit opens in Palm Beach

A new exhibit on the history of yacht racing is on display at Flagler Museum in Palm Beach through Jan. 6. “Capturing the Cup: Yacht Racing During the …

AC72 cat dismasted in trial sail

Oracle Team USA, defender of the 34th America’s Cup, capsized and destroyed its 72-foot catamaran in a training sail in mid-October in San Francisco. No …

Yachts visit Koh Samui

A growing number of superyachts are visiting Thailand’s island of Koh Samui in the Gulf of Siam.Koh Samui rises off the southeastern seaboard of Thailand …

Crew goals accomplished

It’s always nice to hear that some in yachting are able to achieve their goals. I can’t remember how I first met Capt. Scott Schwaner, but …

Crew can handle offshore storm

By Staff Report Hurricane Sandy may scare some tourists away and it may put a damper on activities, but the 50-knot winds South Florida is likely to feel …

Though young, Tsumat is a real yacht

A boat show is always a place to find new boats. We think we just might have found the newest of them all. M/Y Tsumat turned eight days old yesterday. Launched …

Captain gives all his ‘secrets’ away

Professional yacht crew can do many things. Besides crossing oceans and plotting courses without signposts, they keep a floating city operational. Being good …

A recap of a historic storm

Dire forecasts of record-setting storm surges, hurricane force winds and extreme coastal flooding along the northeast U.S. coast hastened mariners to head up …

Superstorm Sandy standard for yacht crew

Sometimes, you end up where you don’t really want to be. For Capt. Martyn Walker of the 258-foot M/Y Pegasus V, that was New York City at the end of …

Dania Cut dredging clears hurdle, ahead of schedule

The dredging project in the Dania Cutoff Canal near Ft. Lauderdale is proceeding faster than planned, already past Dania Cut Super Yacht Repair. In late …

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Chief engineer Jan “Yannie” Nielsen dies in an accident at home

Chief engineer Jan “Yannie” Nielsen dies in an accident at home

Chief Eng. Jan “Yannie” Nielsen died suddenly when he suffered a slip and fall accident at his home in Honduras on Oct. 2, according to …

Triton Expo 2017

Triton Expo 2017

The Fall Triton Expo brought together more than 750 captains, crew and industry professionals last night to network and meet with 42 …

Plea comes for medical supplies to aid in Caribbean

Plea comes for medical supplies to aid in Caribbean

By Lucy Chabot Reed When YachtAid Global called after two hurricanes swept over the Caribbean, Rebecca Castellano pulled out all the …

Rules of the Road: Tricky tonnage measurement not about weight

Rules of the Road: Tricky tonnage measurement not about weight

Rules of the Road: by Capt. Jake Desvergers Tonnage is an important topic in the maritime and yachting industry. Tonnage forms the basis …

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