Dorie Cox

Dorie Cox, who served as the former editor of The Triton, continues to contribute stories for our readers.

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Dorie Cox is a writer with Triton News.

Waxy’s plans to reopen for St. Patrick’s Day delayed

By Dorie Cox UPDATE: March 18. The plan is to open in April. UPDATE: March 15 From Waxy O’Connors Facebook:We are sorry to say we won’t be open for St.…

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Christensen moves to Tennessee

By Dorie Cox From Vancouver, Washington, to Tennessee is a big trip for shipyard equipment and several yachts. But a move that Jim Gilbert, president of Christensen Shipyard, said has…

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Creative chefs sear, sous vide, steam, shine to stand out in yacht industry

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Story and photos by Dorie Cox Crew agencies, CVs, online searches and networking consume the time of job-seeking yacht crew. Two yacht chefs in Fort Lauderdale added a new tool…

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Fuel, docks in at Port 32 Fort Lauderdale, construction continues

By Dorie Cox Construction continues at Port 32 Fort Lauderdale marina on Fort Lauderdale’s New River. The fuel tanks are in and the in-water phase nears completion, according to Bruce…

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Triton networks at Sirocco in March

March Triton networking brought about 200 captains, crew, and industry to Sirocco Marine in Fort Lauderdale. The third Wednesday had tasty food and beverages, as well as many new connections…

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Christensen Shipyard warranty manager dies

By Dorie Cox Christensen Shipyard’s yard captain and warranty/quality control department manager Michael Magee died on Jan. 30 at his home in Vancouver, Washington. He began at Christensen Shipyards in…

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New Maine marina under construction, to open in May

By Dorie Cox Docks and wave attenuators are delivered and ready for installation at Fore Points Marina, according to Vanessa Pike, director of sales and marketing for the company. Formerly…

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From the Bridge: Satellite technology a make-or-break issue

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox Satellite domes and antennae top most large yachts, and satellite-enabled devices are everywhere on board. Announcements of the “world’s fastest, lightest, ultra-compact, secure” satellite…

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Sans instruments, solo sailor brings environmental mission to Fort Lauderdale

By Dorie Cox Update March 3 Sailor Dan Lenard made it to the United States this morning (March 3) after more than a month at sea in a 33-foot sailboat.…

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Capt. Frank Holden, Conch Republic Navy admiral, dies in Key West

By Dorie Cox Capt. Frank Holden worked about 40 years as a professional mariner and as a Conch Republic celebrity captain in the Florida Keys. His wife, Pam, and medical…

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