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Explore British Columbia’s Discovery Islands

By Alison Gardner At the north end of the Salish Sea, the seascape between British Columbia’s mainland and the east coast of Vancouver Island narrows …

NOAA issues new nautical chart for the Port of Palm Beach, Florida

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has issued a new nautical chart for the Port of Palm Beach in Florida. The large scale nautical chart (No. …

Indonesia is well worth the effort to navigate bureaucracy, security

By Capt. Duncan Warner Southeast Asia, and specifically Indonesia, offers a baffling plethora of cruising grounds, volcanic atolls, dizzyingly steep drop offs, …

Transiting Canal just as impressive as imagined

Imagine being on a yacht when the Panama Canal didn’t exist and cruising to the other coast was on the itinerary. The impact the canal has made for boats, …

After rules, paperwork and insurance, Cuba awaits

By Lucy Chabot Reed Not only have U.S. regulations eased enough to allow recreational boating trips to Cuba, some of the ancillary business required to make it …

Captain’s Log: Bermuda

By Capt. Greg Clark Before the summer of 2015, I had always regarded Bermuda as little more than a stepping stone on the way across the Atlantic, the first …

Malta offers great diving, deep harbors

Last summer, I had the privilege to captain the catamaran Ranger on its Malta expedition as part of the ocean advocacy organization Oceana (oceana.org). I was …

Captain’s log: Cuba changing, western Caribbean not so much

By Sue Mitchell After leaving Ft. Lauderdale in June, we stopped at Santiago de Cuba and thought we would share our experience with other captains. We had to …

Find solitude amid St. Lucia’s picturesque setting

Worth the trip Getting down to St. Lucia is a hike, especially in winter, because the weather can be rough. That’s 400 miles of open ocean. It definitely …

Take time to see Panama before and after transits

The Pacific Coast of Panama has excellent fishing, big game fish as well as bottom and in-shore fishing. The best times are when it hasn’t been raining much …

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Underway and over the top with Capt. Grant Maughan

Underway and over the top with Capt. Grant Maughan

A lifetime of experiences on land and at sea culminate as Capt. Grant Maughan summits Mount Everest in May. By Dorie Cox Capt. Grant …

‘Excellent’ waterways make for ‘great’ voyage into America’s Upper South

‘Excellent’ waterways make for ‘great’ voyage into America’s Upper South

By Lucy Chabot Reed The four-member crew of M/Y Sensation, a 112 Westport, took the vessel from Fort Lauderdale to Nashville, Tennessee, …

Renovation plans for Pier 66, The Sails take a step forward

Renovation plans for Pier 66, The Sails take a step forward

By a vote of 4-1, Fort Lauderdale city commissioners last night approved a development agreement with Tavistock Development Company, owners …

Charter offers M/Y Marcato crew shark ‘tails’

Charter offers M/Y Marcato crew shark ‘tails’

By Dorie Cox The crew of M/Y Marcato was integral to a scientific expedition that studied sharks during a charter by Dr. Austin …

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