The Triton

Crew Life

Crew Eye: With Dorothea III in Costa Rica

ADVERTISEMENT

The crew on M/Y Dorothea III, a 148-foot Cheoy Lee, is doing good again. The yacht is underway and recently made a drop to deliver school supplies, shoes, and toys to an indigenous community in Punta Burica, Costa Rica, before the rainy season makes roads impassable. The crew raised money and collected the supplies they plan to give out during the yacht’s two year trip, wrote Chief Stew Bri McCurdy in an email to The Triton

Crew of M/Y Dorothea III

Crew see yachting like no one else can. Beginning this month, The Triton is dedicating this space to crew photographers. Crew Eye will feature at least one photo each month in this space with details on the scene and the photographer. Send us images of yachting as you see it, in all its beauty and luxury, or all its toughness and tedium. Consider it your canvas to share your views of yachting. Send your photos to editor@the-triton.com. Be sure to include where it was taken, when, and what kind of equipment you used.

Related Articles

FLIBS17: Test your mates

FLIBS17: Test your mates

Use these questions to test your mates. What does the Papa flag mean? “To drown the miller” means:  lower the anchor; water down your rum ration, use the head, or drink too much A …

Rules of the Road: Bareboat charters must meet strict U.S. criteria

Rules of the Road: Bareboat charters must meet strict U.S. criteria

Rules of the Road: by Capt. Jake DesVergers In the southeastern United States, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to implement an aggressive program to eliminate illegal charters. During the past …

Virtual tour brings concept to life

Virtual tour brings concept to life

How can a buyer walk through a yacht that’s not even built yet? Through a virtual reality system with a creative edge. Dominator Yachts has developed its Ilumen Virtual Reality system for its …

Feadship to open new superyacht facility in Amsterdam Kaag

Feadship to open new superyacht facility in Amsterdam Kaag

Feadship has announced on May 30 its intention to open a new construction and refit facility in Amsterdam. Having just seen the 101.50-meter Symphony win the World Superyacht Award, the decision …

Island Gardens survives Miami’s attempt to evict

Island Gardens survives Miami’s attempt to evict

A Miami-Dade County circuit court judge ruled on Friday that development on the upland area of Island Gardens on Watson Island in Miami can continue, according to news reports Judge William Thomas …

Stew Cues: Checklists help interior team stay on task for guest arrivals

Stew Cues: Checklists help interior team stay on task for guest arrivals

Stew Cues: by Alene Keenan At this time of year, season is in full swing. Yachts have moved into position,  and you’ve probably already had at least one charter or boss trip. Now is a good …

Comments