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Drinking with the boss

After all this time interviewing captains and picking their brains every month (more than 100 times now), we’re still surprised at what they tell us. …

Foreign funds back yachts construction

Broward Superyachts laid the keels in late August of two vessels that just might become the first of their kind: funded mostly by investors seeking immigration …

Yacht crew help Navy crew

Capt. Kelly Esser and Mate Terry Roche of M/Y Mary Alice II, a Westport 130, helped the crew of a U.S. Navy vessel, called the Sealion, on September 26, while …

American Airlines starts weekly flight between Miami and Roatan

American Airlines has started a weekly non-stop flight between Miami and the Honduran island of Roatan. The service will operate every Saturday beginning Nov. …

Yacht show yachts tend to stay in the Med

As the size of megayachts at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show continued to grow — there were at least six more yachts larger than 50m than last year …

Stew’s service not just for charter guests

Last year, Chief Stew Jodi Samuel signed up for a volunteer project in Africa. She asked her 400 Facebook friends to donate money to her cause. But no one did. …

Man Paddles Kayak to Monaco

Sometimes news from the show is more about people than technology. Chris Allix of Dominion Marine paddled to the Monaco Yacht Show in a 17-foot kayak from Isle …

Schools add training options

Several maritime training schools have introduced new programs during the Monaco show. Here are a few: The 70-year-old Warsash Maritime Academy near London has …

LY3 includes changes for crew

The latest update of the Large Yacht Code was presented last night in a panel discussion with training professionals at the annual Professional Yachting …

It’s attitude, not size, that shines

Capt. Takis Tsakos of the 45.7m M/Y Ionian Princess was honored as Charter Captain of the Year at Fraser’s annual awards ceremony last night. “All brokers …

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