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Motoryacht Loon’s crew works unique ‘charter’ after Hurricane Dorian

Story and photos by Dorie Cox “It was just like charter,” said Capt. Paul Clarke of M/Y Loon. “But instead of champagne, we were running water to the …

Pacific Hope brings medical and more to northern Bahamas

By Dorie Cox; Photos by Josh Ritchie The 179-foot medical ship M/V Pacific Hope departed the Dominican Republic three days after Hurricane Dorian hit the …

Fort Lauderdale train bridge schedule under scrutiny

By Dorie Cox The New River in Fort Lauderdale is a main navigation route for marine traffic that runs between the Intracoastal Waterway and many marine …

Triton networks with Neptune Group Yachting

The threat of Hurricane Dorian pushed The Triton’s regular first-Wednesday-of-the-month networking event back one week. Nonetheless, more than 220 yacht …

Yacht’s third trip delivers tons of donations after Hurricane Dorian

Story and photos by Dorie Cox; Offload photos from M/Y Axis Update Sept. 10 Capt. Les Annan and the yacht’s crew are preparing M/Y Axis to head back to the …

Yacht joins canine crusade after Hurricane Dorian

By Dorie Cox When the large door opened on the stern of the 240-foot yacht, 50 furry faces stared out at the volunteers on the dock. Just a day before, these …

From the Bridge: Know-it-alls? Maybe, but captains ask when answers elude

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox Individual comments are not attributed to encourage candid discussion; attending captains are identified in the accompanying …

Box by box, volunteers fill Mission of Hope’s boat for Hurricane Dorian relief

Photos and story by Dorie Cox From the dock, across the passerelle, down the port side of M/V True North, into the companionway and down the hold, up to 40 …

Supplies, money pour in for Hurricane Dorian relief at Bradford barbecue

Story by Dorie Cox; Photos by Tom Serio A busy flow of cars and trucks dropped off donations at Bradford Marine last night during a barbecue event to aid the …

Yacht transports chefs to feed thousands after Hurricane Dorian

By Dorie Cox It is hard to see M/Y Global. The 220-foot Shadow Marine boat is on the facedock at Pier 66 South in Fort Lauderdale, tied below the looming 17th …

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