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Diesel Digest: by Capt. Jeff Werner
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The International Superyacht Society has announced eight new appointees to its board of directors for the 2019-2022 term following the votes of ISS members.
Newly elected board members are: …
ChartCo, a provider of maritime digital data services, has acquired Regs4ships, a supplier of digital regulatory information, consultancy and training.
ChartCo is part of the Kelvin Hughes Group and …
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Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson
I recently returned from visiting my family in Italy. I scoured the shelves of tiny trattorias, stores and boutiques in search of new olives and …
Top Shelf: by Chef Timothy MacDonald
As a sole chef in the 50-60m category, it’s hard scrabble. It’s harder scrabble floating around Cuba with the limited provisions available.
What I …
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A new government-backed “Launch into Work” training program aims to address a lack of skilled welders in the superyacht and …
Scientists have been studying the possible use of a breathalyzer to analyze oceanographic conditions by diagnosing the exhalation of …
Capt. Richard J. S. "Dick" Betts died on April 23 in Ft. Lauderdale of a heart attack. He was 79.
Capt. Betts started in yachting in the …