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USVI Charter Yacht Show previews season, post-hurricane cruising grounds

By Carol Bareuther It felt like business as usual at the USVI Charter Yacht Show, hosted by the newly formed Virgin Islands Professional Charter Association in …

The Agent’s Corner: Don’t write off the Caribbean season

The Agent’s Corner: by Capt. Deb Radtke By now, everyone is well aware of the damage that was caused in the Caribbean by hurricanes Irma and Maria. For …

Latest news in the charter fleet: Mizu, Lady Joy in Bahamas this winter

News in the charter fleet M/Y Mizu, a 174-foot (53m) Oceanfast built in 2004, now available for charter in the Bahamas for summer and winter through Northrop …

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 us through the tropical …

Airport in St. Maarten reopens after hurricanes

St. Maarten’s airport reopened yesterday for commercial flights after hurricanes Irma and Maria last month. The Princess Juliana International Airport …

Yacht facilities planned for Yokohama

By Dorie Cox Waterfront properties are being developed by the city government in Yokohama, Japan, and Superyacht Logistics (SYL) Japan is working with …

Windowless cars, damaged boats, rare flights aid Tortola escape after Hurricane Irma

By Dorie Cox The first frightening trip was out the door of the hotel bathroom. Four charter boat guests stood up from the floor of their room at the Treasure …

Corps awards St. Pete/Tampa dredging contract

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District, awarded a $4,662,432 contract for maintenance dredging of the Tampa and St. Petersburg harbors to …

St. Thomas, St. John ports closed until further notice

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection has reported severe damage to airports and ports in the U.S. Virgin Islands due to Hurricane Irma. Airports and ports in …

Hurricane Irma updates

Sept. 9 9:52 p.m. Personal report from Triton editor Dorie Cox: It is 9:52 p.m. in Fort Lauderdale at my home near I-95 and State Road 84/Marina Mile. We are …

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Yacht share program head sentenced, company moves forward

The head of a yacht sharing program convicted of defrauding investors has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison by a Connecticut …

Port Vauban extends crew program

Port Vauban extends crew program

Port Vauban will continue its crew program events and activities into the summer, according to a company statement. The program offers …

Score with the universal language of soccer during the World Cup

Score with the universal language of soccer during the World Cup

By John Jarvie Boating is a universal language. Anywhere in the world, we have the capacity to communicate, bond and relate through …

Bahamas, Caribbean cruising guide author Steven J. Pavlidis dies

Bahamas, Caribbean cruising guide author Steven J. Pavlidis dies

By Milt Baker Stephen J. Pavlidis, one of America’s top cruising guide authors, died May 29, in Covington, Georgia, after a long …

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