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Dorie Cox is editor of The Triton.

Yacht crew gather after weathering Hurricane Irma in UMC

About 100 yacht crew and industry professionals gathered under the tiki hut at Universal Marine Center last night (Sept. 14) for a post-Hurricane Irma party. …

Transport company organizes to move damaged yachts

By Dorie Cox In an effort to help the victims of Hurricane Irma, a Fort Lauderdale-based yacht transport company is working with an international yacht …

South Florida marinas, yards revive after Hurricane Irma

UPDATED Thursday, 11:15 a.m. By Dorie Cox South Florida escaped the worst of Hurricane Irma’s punishing winds over the weekend as the eye of the immense …

Former stew/deck rallies resources for St. Thomas in USVI

By Dorie Cox Former deck/stew Jody Olson is connecting with everyone she knows to help her home island of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands after the …

Triton networks with Sailorman New and Used Marine

More than 100 captains, crew and yacht industry professionals connected during networking at Sailorman New and Used Marine in Fort Lauderdale. Hurricane Irma …

Below Deck season premiere event raises funds for charities

Below Deck season premiere event raises funds for

Adler Yacht restructures management

Adler Yacht has appointed Philipp Pototschnik as chief executive officer. Pototschnik takes the helm of the Swiss company from Alessandro Barizzi. The new CEO …

International Game Fish Association president steps down

The International Game Fish Association’s Rob Kramer stepped down as president recently. Kramer held the position at the nonprofit recreational fishing …

Yacht’s seaplane landed, did not crash

By Dorie Cox A seaplane that landed in the water off the coast of Maine and was towed by a tender to its home on a yacht was mistakenly reported as an …

From the Bridge: Captains balance compassion, duty when crew die

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox The death of a yacht crew member is not a topic most people want to discuss over lunch, but recent obituaries spurred the …

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