FLIBS19: Crew shine as show gets busy over the weekendNov 3, 2019 by Tom Serio
Under awnings, umbrellas, and from the inside, yachts crew were dressed and ready to greet visitors on a busy Saturday during the 60th edition of the Fort Lauderdale boat show.
New to the charter market, M/Y Cynthia, a 182-foot Feadship, reported being busy showing the yacht to dozens of charter brokers.
Photos by Tom Serio and Lucy Reed
By Dorie Cox Guests to the second edition of the Sunset Soiree & Yacht Chef Competition were treated to taste sensations from four yacht industry chefs on Friday evening
The 29th edition of the Monaco Yacht Show opened under sunny but breezy skies as yacht crew welcomed visitors, brokers, journalists and guests. This year, the average length of
By Dorie Cox So many things were different in 1959. Alaska and Hawaii had just joined the U.S. as new states; the average cost of gasoline was 25 cents
Although there are few, if any, brokerage yachts or crew there, the Miami International Boat Show on Virginia Key still holds a wealth of knowledge and access to dozens
By Lucy Chabot Reed Yachts and the yachting community — the only piece of the tourism sector still active in the Bahamas — are the island nation’s top priority,
Rain kept crowds at bay on Saturday for the fourth day of the 61st annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, but the cloudy skies couldn’t dampen crew spirits. It