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Captains invited to Great Lakes seminar

The Great Lakes in North America cover 94,250 square miles and have 10,900 miles of shoreline. Yet in many ways are an undiscovered cruising ground for yacht …

Pumpkin regatta raises money

Fourteen teams of yacht captains and crew, shipyard employees and tenants, and friends in the yachting community, paddled on Oct.7 in the Pumpkin Regatta to …

Coast Guard signs final rule for the New River Bridge

By Lucy Chabot Reed After a six-month trial period last year, the U.S. Coast Guard signed a final rule on Aug. 22 for the Florida East Coast Railway railroad …

Chinese invest in Camper & Nicholsons International

Lai Sun Development Company Ltd., a member of Hong Kong-based Lai Sun Group, has invested in the equity of Camper & Nicholsons International. According to …

Abuse onboard must be stopped

It’s early on a Saturday evening after a week of training and I await “Sue” to see me for advice on her yachting career. She is slightly older than the …

New rules ease business relations with Cuba

U.S. President Barack Obama issued a 12-page presidential policy directive on Cuba on Oct. 14 that is designed to solidify the changes his administration has …

New pub helps crew with PTSD

The Nautical Institute, in partnership with Human Rights at Sea, has published  “Managing Traumatic Stress – Guidance for Maritime Organizations” to …

ICW dredging to clear path for Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show traffic

By Dorie Cox The Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) dredge project that began north of Port Everglades in Ft. Lauderdale plans to stay out of the way of yachts …

How to keep yacht listings compliant with U.S. Customs

As U.S. Customs has taken a more pronounced stance lately in looking at the foreign yachts coming into the United States, it will be extra important to make …

UK to fight for Britannia

Royal Yacht Britannia, the 413-foot vessel launched in 1953 that served the British Royal Family for 44 years and now sits as a tourist attraction in Scotland, …

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Owner’s View: Help guests enjoy, understand big boating

Owner’s View: Help guests enjoy, understand big boating

Owner's View: by Peter Herm One of the highest and best uses of our boat is to allow our family, friends, employees and business …

European builders here to stay at Palm Beach show

European builders here to stay at Palm Beach show

By Triton Editor Dorie Cox Major megayacht builders from across the Atlantic Ocean have taken notice of Palm Beach's boat show. Four …

Rules of the Road: French crew, residents must begin to pay social security

Rules of the Road: French crew, residents must begin to pay social security

Rules of the Road: by Capt. Jake Desvergers During March, the French government enacted a new decree affecting all foreign seafarers …

From the Bridge: Non-drinkers left out of crew-bonding activities

From the Bridge: Non-drinkers left out of crew-bonding activities

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox A young crew member, new to the industry, was surprised to find many crew activities include cocktails. As …

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