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Rogue waves hit marina and wash cars off dock

A series of rogue waves breached the seawall at Portosole in Sanremo, Italy, on Jan. 23, crushing cars and washing vehicles and people across the docks and …

Antibes show hosts auction

The Antibes Yacht Show scheduled for April 18-21 will host a live yacht auction on Saturday, April 20, at 3:30 p.m. at the IYCA. Organized by Monoco-based …

Shipyard Cafe opens at Derecktor Shipyard

All he really wanted was a hot dog. But that started a series of events that this morning culminated in the opening of Shipyard Cafe at Derecktor Shipyard in …

Low turnout at captains briefing

I was one of the lucky few who attended the U.S. Superyacht Association’s Captain’s Briefing at Isle de Sol in Sint Maarten on Jan. 16-17. Topics …

2013 World Superyacht finalists named

Boat International announced the finalists for its 2013 World Superyacht Awards. Winners will be announced at a gala in Istanbul on May 4. Finalists include: …

Captains weigh in on drug use

Drug use among yacht crew is a complex subject. It begins with safety and liability issues and stretches to include personal freedom and crew dynamics. …

It takes captains to enlighten about yachts

Like many yacht captains, Capt. Keith Moore of the 190-foot M/Y Lady Sheridan lives in Ft. Lauderdale. Whenever he can, he docks the yacht here. Last month, he …

Drugs in industry, but not on yachts

The subject for this month’s Triton Survey came at us in several ways. We’ve resisted writing about drugs in yachting until now. Yacht crew know …

Japanese whaling stopped

Poaching operations by the Japanese whaling fleet were shut down in mid-February after Sea Shepherd interfered with its mother ship. Sea Shepherd’s ship the …

Resolve joins ECDIS training network

Ft. Lauderdale-based Resolve Maritime Academy has joined the Transas Global ECDIS Training Network, GET-Net. A subsidiary of Resolve Marine Group, a global …

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Triton networks with United Yacht Transport

Triton networks with United Yacht Transport

About 175 captains, crew and industry professionals joined The Triton to network with United Yacht Transport on the first day of summer in …

Crew on charter duty during America’s Cup races

Crew on charter duty during America’s Cup races

The crew on M/Y Rena are at work with yacht charters, even as America's Cup events race around them. Many guests are taking advantage of …

Sea Science: Ice governs aquatic life on Earth

Sea Science: Ice governs aquatic life on Earth

Sea Science: by Scott McDowell You need not be a sober scientist to realize that ice is lighter than water. We see cubes floating in our …

Lauderdale celebrates marine industry

Lauderdale celebrates marine industry

Hundreds of marine industry employees and local residents enjoyed the 4th annual Marine Industry Day in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday. …

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