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Captains weigh in on ISM and safety management

Read the Triton Survey: Safety procedures in place on yachts, not all compliant. And read comments on the topic below: Our crew is already safety conscious. …

Viking and Rybovich expand yachting in Riviera Beach

For nearly a decade, yacht captains and crew have read about one boating company’s big plans for the area north of the Port of Palm Beach, a place where the …

USCG runs test on FEC bridge over New River

The U.S. Coast Guard has begun a test to see if having a bridge tender and communication at the Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) bridge over the New River in …

Yacht burns, another damaged, no one injured in Ft. Lauderdale marina fire

A yacht caught fire at Bahia Mar on Wednesday night (April 22) about 10:00 p.m. in Ft. Lauderdale. M/Y Journey, a 68-foot Fairline, was burned to the hull and …

Big yachts help little islands after Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu

Former yacht crew Sam and Jess Bell witnessed the devastation of category 5 Cyclone Pam when it hit the Republic of Vanuatu in the South Pacific Ocean on March …

Thunderbolt opens lounge

Thunderbolt Marine in Savannah, Ga., has converted a house across the street from the front gate as a crew lounge. The Crew Lounge officially opened April 17. …

Yacht no longer need pilot in Maryland waters

Maryland’s governor signed a law on Tuesday that allows yachts from 80-200 feet and with a draft of less than 12 feet, regardless of flag, to move through …

Changes OK’d for next America’s Cup

The America’s Cup teams have agreed to make changes aimed at reducing costs for the 2017 America’s Cup. Central to these changes is the introduction of a …

Benetti captains gather

More than 180 yacht industry professionals participated in the 15th annual Azimut Benetti Yachtmaster event in Italy in early February. Hosted for captains on …

Golfers raise thousands

PHOTO/MIKE PRICE The annual St. Paddy’s Yachty Nationals Invitational golf tournament raised more than $8,000 for charity in March. Hosted by National Marine …

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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 …