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.

M/Y Voyager departs Fort Lauderdale

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Story and photos by Dorie Cox and Tom Serio The nearly 300-foot M/Y Voyager, which had been hidden under shrink-wrap and scaffolding at Dania Cut Super Yacht Repair for almost three years, came…

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Seahaven Superyacht Marina to open February in Dania Beach

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By Dorie Cox Harbormaster Marieke van Peer put her expertise in marina management to work for Seahaven Superyacht Marina’s February opening in Dania Beach, Florida. With 2,400 linear feet of…

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Triton Spotter in British Columbia, Canada

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Sonja Mejlholm, a native of British Columbia, Canada, has five years of experience crewing on yachts. The January edition of The Triton featured one of her adventures in “Walking off…

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Crew Eye on board M/Y Freedom

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Time to swab the deck on board M/Y Freedom, a 138-foot Benetti docked in Deep Harbour Marina at Island Gardens, directly across the water from downtown and the cruise port…

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Fort Pierce Yacht and Ship welcomes first yacht

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By Dorie Cox ORIGINAL POST: Jan. 17, 2019Fort Pierce Yacht and Ship welcomed a 220-foot Shadow boat as its first vessel as the facility begins development in Fort Pierce, Florida.…

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200 join Triton Networking at Culinary Convenience last night

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About 200 yacht captains, chefs, crew and industry professionals enjoyed Triton Networking with a fiesta-themed event at Culinary Convenience in Fort Lauderdale. The event featured music, food and beverages on…

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Yacht crew member found dead in Grenada

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A 32-year old yacht crew member from M/Y Sea Owl was found dead on Dec. 22 near Port Louis Marina in Grenada. Andrew Clapham, from the United Kingdom, was located…

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Yacht couple blends life, science, emotion in book

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By Dorie Cox A fish called the shrimp goby and a burrowing blind shrimp are most always together on the seafloor. They stay close enough to touch as they watch…

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US government shutdown closes USCG centers

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The U.S. Coast Guard has closed the National Maritime Center (NMC) and all Regional Exam Centers (RECs) due to the partial U.S. government shutdown, which started Dec. 22. The centers…

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From the Bridge: Do not mess with yacht crew meals

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From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox Yacht crew pack in a boatload of duties each day, usually several tasks at the same time. But there are limits to multitasking when…

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