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Judge to make ruling on New River bridge closure

By Dorie Cox A federal judge is preparing his reply after a hearing this morning to temporarily halt a scheduled closure of the railway bridge over the New …

South Florida starts work on duty-free zone

By Lucy Chabot Reed In a first-of-its-kind in the nation, the South Florida marine industry has begun the process of work together to create a foreign trade …

Caribbean Crewfest teaches safety, fun

Crew from 12 yachts took part in Acrew Caribbean Crewfest from Jan. 11-14 at Christophe Harbour in St. Kitts. They participated in nine workshops, Crewfest …

New layout for Miami show aims to keep feet off the street

The yacht and brokerage show in Miami Beach is navigating from the sidewalk to the Indian Creek Waterway with a new approach for this year’s Yachts Miami …

Shipyards, towboats and marine businesses go to court over New River closure

By Dorie Cox Many shipyard owners, towing and repair companies, and other marine businesses are fighting to stop the scheduled closure of downtown Ft. …

ISS to honor PYC designs, too

The International Superyacht Society (ISS) has added an award for Passenger Yacht Code (PYC) Design to its annual awards presentations. The PYC is related to …

IGY opens megayacht facility in Miami Beach

IGY Marinas has opened One Island Park – Miami Beach, a megayacht facility with dockage for yachts in excess of 700 feet with a depth of 40 feet. Previously …

National Marine helps stranded travelers after Ft. Lauderdale airport shooting

Ft. Lauderdale-based National Marine Suppliers put employees on alert this afternoon after a shooting at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport …

MIASF top exec to step down

Phil Purcell, a former shareholder and senior manager of Westport Shipyard, gave notice in mid-December that he will step down as executive director of the …

Triton networks with Bluewater Crew Training

About 200 captains, crew and industry professionals started the new year with a focus on forwarding their careers at The Triton’s …

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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 …