The Triton

Obituaries

Yacht engineer Thomas Howell dies after skateboarding accident

By Dorie Cox Yacht engineer Thomas Howell died from injuries sustained in a motorized skateboard accident in Hollywood, Florida, on June 21. He was 53. Mr. …

Co-founder of Knight & Carver dies

By John Freeman Hugo Carver, long-known in San Diego’s maritime industry as an inventive engineer, good-humored mariner and co-owner of Knight & Carver …

Engineer Matthew Carscadden’s smile, attitude remembered

By Dorie Cox Eng. Matthew Carscadden, 27, died June 6 in West Palm Beach, Fla., after being removed from life-support machines. He was found unresponsive five …

Veteran yacht captain Rick Lenardson dies

Veteran yacht captain Richard (Rick) Lee Lenardson died on April 13 of a liver metastasis. A cancerous tumor at the esophagus and stomach was discovered on …

Friends to remember Henry Peper at services in Antigua, Boston

Sailor and chemist Henry Peper Jr., 94, died at his home in Marblehead, Mass., on Feb. 24. He is described as a passionate sailor who made Antigua his winter …

General manager at Miami Beach Marina, Jorge Kates, dies

By Dorie Cox Jorge E. Kates, general manager of Miami Beach Marina (MBM), died March 18 at home in Miami. He was 63. “He was the face of Miami Beach …

Yacht crew dies in accident on S/Y Germania Nova

By Dorie Cox Deckhand Bethany Smith, 18, died in an accident onboard S/Y Germania Nova, a 181-foot schooner, on March 14 in Jamaica. She was cleaning the …

Friends remember captain/engineer Badeau’s five decades in yachting

By Dorie Cox Capt. Peter Weekes Badeau, who was as skilled in the engine room as in the wheelhouse, died on Feb. 6 at the Veterans Administration Hospital in …

Charter broker Tom Collins passes

Burgess charter broker Tom Collins passed away on Dec. 26 after an illness. He was 66 years old. Mr. Collins was a charter broker for 30 years before joining …

Ft. Lauderdale’s Grand Floridian owner, Matthew Talchik, dies

Matthew Paul Talchik, owner of Charter One Yachts, died Jan. 5 at his home in Pompano Beach, Florida.  He was 43. In 1997, Talchik founded the company which …

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Going to the dogs: Crew transport food to distressed islands

Going to the dogs: Crew transport food to distressed islands

By Dorie Cox The salon of M/Y Nita K is packed with 4,000 pounds of dog food bound for the island of St Maarten. And a freelance chef …

Fort Pierce finalizes port land purchase for refit facility

Fort Pierce finalizes port land purchase for refit facility

By Dorie Cox County commissioners in St. Lucie County, Florida, gave final approval Dec. 12 to buying 12 acres of land in the Port of …

Crew Coach: How well a job interview goes could depend on 4 key aspects

Crew Coach: How well a job interview goes could depend on 4 key aspects

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon Recently I saw an ad for a television program that shows job interviews. I haven’t watched it, and …

Antigua17: Chefs contest brings crew closer

Antigua17: Chefs contest brings crew closer

Chefs on Adiamo, Sarissa and Vigilant I take top honors at Antigua By Dorie Cox Competing in the Concours de Chef is fierce and …

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