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FYBA gets the ‘F’ out

The Florida Yacht Brokers Association (FYBA) has changed its name to the International Yacht Brokers Association (IYBA). “When we mapped out the FYBA …

Triton networks with Sirocco Marine

The Triton will kick off the holiday season on Dec. 7 networking with Sirocco Marine, exclusive U.S. dealer of Brig rigid inflatable boats. Yacht captains, …

Morley-Beavers remembered as voice for mariners and industry

By Dorie Cox Maritime laws and regulations confound many yachting professionals, but Amy Morley-Beavers guided three decades of mariners through their …

Capt. Raubenheimer of S/Y Kaori dies

By Dorie Cox Capt. Johan Raubenheimer of S/Y Kaori, a 125-foot Palmer Johnson, died in Utah on Aug. 19. He was electrocuted while working on the retirement …

Finding new workers must start at the heart, not the head

Parents always want to give their kids a better life than they had. My dad worked with his hands and went on to start his own small business. My mom, after 10 …

Yachts give towns they visit much, directly and indirectly

There are a million factors that determine how much money yachts spend in any given community at any given moment: the time of the year, the time of the day, …

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show attracts business, Americans

By Dorie Cox and Lucy Chabot Reed The 57th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show wraps up today, leaving a nice wake. Captains, crew, and exhibitors, …

Stews’ creativity gets recognition at show

By Dorie Cox and Tom Serio From the dock, it’s hard to know what interior crew do. To remedy that, two companies run table-setting competitions for stews …

Triton Today Survey Who would you vote for in the U.S. presidential election?

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New year brings mandatory regs for crew

By Dorie Cox The new year is coming quickly and it’s possible crew could be the source of a problem for the yacht if they have not completed their …

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Yacht safety protocols aim to prevent accidental diver death

Yacht safety protocols aim to prevent accidental diver death

By Dorie Cox A scuba diver was killed by a yacht propeller the morning of June 27 at Old Port Cove Marina in North Palm Beach, Florida. …

Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Deja Too sells; Seven Sins, Beija Flor listed for sale

Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Deja Too sells; Seven Sins, Beija Flor listed for sale

Yachts sold M/Y Deja Too, a 170-foot (52m) Amels launched in 2003, sold by Fraser brokers Andrew Bond and Georges Bourgoignie. Asking …

Crew’s gym time together is an exercise in team building

Crew’s gym time together is an exercise in team building

By Dorie Cox Capt. Sally-Ann Konigkramer gave the crew of M/Y Sofia, a 137-foot Moonen, the day off recently. Instead of resting or …

M/Y Natita seized

M/Y Natita seized

M/Y Natita, a 217-foot (66m) Oceanco launched in Germany in 2005, has been seized by Goldman Sachs Group after the owner, Texas oil mogul …

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