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Section on south fork of New River to close for construction

UPDATE NOV. 8 The construction work is on schedule for the Mon., Nov. 9 channel re-opening according to Arturo Perez, senior engineer at Pinnacle Consulting …

Cuba travel for yachts easier, but not easy

A room full of captains, crew, agents and managers left a seminar about travel between the U.S. and  Cuba yesterday morning just as full of questions as when …

42m yacht runs aground in Bahamas this morning

M/Y Unforgettable, a 42m Royal Denship, hit the rocks leaving the harbor at Albany Marina on New Providence Island in the Bahamas this morning. “The …

Miami International Boat Show undergoes big changes

The 75th annual Miami International Boat Show (MIBS) will be held at a new location around Miami Marine Stadium, which has been closed since Hurricane Andrew …

Guide to being your best before, during and after the party

While party season is in full swing in Fort Lauderdale so is the boat show, which means its time for fun, costumes and drinks but also long hours of work for …

Space, rest make a case for yacht input into MLC

Two years since the Maritime Labor Convention 2006 took full effect, the impact hasn’t been as hard or as expensive as many had feared. “When it all first …

YAG, LIFT and DART join forces for disaster relief

YachtAid Global, a non-profit organization dedicated to delivering humanitarian, developmental and conservation aid onboard yachts to isolated communities …

Leaders bullish on show home city

Ten of Ft. Lauderdale’s business and community leaders gathered at the show yesterday to talk about the future of the city in terms of not only of the …

VAT rules still vary around EU as laws change, evolve

Although it started with the clear assertion that Europe’s VAT laws are simple compared to tax laws in the United States, a seminar hosted by SOS Yachting …

ICW dredging to boost marine economy

By Suzette Cook John Adams approaches the solution to keeping up with the needs of the marine industry like any mathematically minded professional would: …

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Another try for a megayacht marina in Ft. Pierce

Another try for a megayacht marina in Ft. Pierce

By Dorie Cox Former yacht captain Buddy Haack believes that megayachts should be able to get work done in Ft. Pierce, Fla. At the same …

From the Bridge: The heart of yachting is passion, lifestyle, people

From the Bridge: The heart of yachting is passion, lifestyle, people

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox Yachting is a complex mix of owners, crew, money, travel and much more. A captain recently wondered if the …

The Agent’s Corner: Rules about clearing in, PWCs in Spain

The Agent’s Corner: Rules about clearing in, PWCs in Spain

The Agent's Corner: Deb Radtke Welcome to The Agents Corner, where I strive to answer pressing questions about yachting. Each week I …

PBIBS17: Show’s growth gains fans

PBIBS17: Show’s growth gains fans

By Lucy Chabot Reed and Dorie Cox Initially a small boat show held in a parking lot in 1982, this year's Palm Beach International Boat …