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International Game Fish Association president steps down

The International Game Fish Association’s Rob Kramer stepped down as president recently. Kramer held the position at the nonprofit recreational fishing …

Commercial Diver Services crew arrives in Texas to assist after Hurricane Harvey

Several employees of Commercial Diver Services in Fort Lauderdale have arrived to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Company owner Geno Gargiulo shared …

Yacht’s seaplane landed, did not crash

By Dorie Cox A seaplane that landed in the water off the coast of Maine and was towed by a tender to its home on a yacht was mistakenly reported as an …

134m Serene runs aground, bow-up on rocks

M/Y Serene, a 440-foot (134m) Fincantieri, has run aground in the Red Sea, according to SuperyachtNews. The vessel is reportedly bow-up on the rocks 20nm east …

Cruising permit fees triple in British Virgin Islands

By Carol Bareuther It just became costlier to charter in the British Virgin Islands. New cruising fees, effective Aug. 1, triple the rate for home-based …

Rep. Brian Mast introduces Maritime Industries Relief Bill

By Dorie Cox U.S. Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL) introduced a tax reform bill to encourage job growth in the marine sector to the U.S. Congress on Friday (Aug. 18). …

Crew contracts vital, no guarantee of rights

By Dorie Cox At the start of a new job, many crew are asked to sign a contract that defines wages, scope of work, leave and more. For charter vessels, the …

Clearing up a few facts surrounding the M/Y Natita seizure

By Susan Jobe and Lucy Chabot Reed M/Y Natita, a 217-foot (66m) Oceanco launched in 2005, was seized on July 15 after the owner, Texas oilman William Kallop, …

License suspended after Flugtag incident

An administrative law judge has suspended the Merchant Mariner Credentials of a captain who hit other vessels in a traffic jam two years ago during the Red …

New D13 is Volvo Penta’s strongest marine engine

Volvo Penta, a global engine manufacturer with headquarters in Sweden, introduced its most powerful marine engine to date at the Sydney International Boat Show …

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10th annual NMS Poker Ride rides out

10th annual NMS Poker Ride rides out

More than 100 motorcyclists and car enthusiasts joined National Marine Suppliers today for its 10th annual Poker Run. The ride has so far …

Port slip opens to yachts

Port slip opens to yachts

By Lucy Chabot Reed A 450-foot slip in the Port of Palm Beach is now available for large yachts. Port commissioners voted …

Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Lady Sheridan, Invader for sale

Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Lady Sheridan, Invader for sale

New in the sales fleet M/Y Lady Sheridan, a 190-foot (58m) Abeking & Rasmussen launched in 2007, listed jointly with Burgess and …

From atop a volcano to under the sea in St. Kitts

From atop a volcano to under the sea in St. Kitts

Story and photos by Chef Victoria Allman “Good job!” Hilton barked. Hilton “Like-the-Hotel” was the Rastafarian guide leading …

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