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.

FLIBS17: Checking the Tide: Do you have a tattoo?

By Dorie Cox Tattoos seem popular these days, but does that hold true for the yacht industry? Since most crew list if they have visible tattoos on a CV, we…

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From the Bridge: Dockage, skilled workers, invested crew top yacht captains’ wish lists

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox As yachts grow in size and scope, so do captains’ wish lists. To learn more about their hopes for a better future in yachting,…

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FLIBS17: National Marine reverts to its roots, tones down annual party

By Dorie Cox For the past 15 years, captains, crew and industry professionals have made memories at National Marine Suppliers’ annual party during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. From…

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Charter to private can impact crew visa

Oct. 24, 2017 By Dorie Cox As a yacht stew waited her turn to talk to the U.S. consular officer in Italy in September, she could overhear each interview of…

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Triton networks with Sirocco Marine

Triton Networking attendees toured the new showroom and factory of Sirocco Marine, exclusive dealers of the European RIB manufacturer Brig Inflatables, in Fort Lauderdale on the third Wednesday of October.…

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Chief engineer Jan “Yannie” Nielsen dies in an accident at home

Chief Engineer Jan “Yannie” Nielsen died suddenly after he slipped and fell at his home in Honduras on Oct. 2. He was the chief engineer on the 164-foot Feadship M/Y…

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Triton Expo 2017

The Fall Triton Expo brought together more than 750 captains, crew and industry professionals last night to network and meet with 42 yacht-related businesses on site to showcase their goods…

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Airport in St. Maarten reopens after hurricanes

St. Maarten’s airport reopened yesterday for commercial flights after hurricanes Irma and Maria last month. The Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA/SXM Airport) was severely damaged and is still under construction…

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From the Bridge: Captains share surprises, concerns and tools of hurricane prep

From the Bridge By Dorie Cox Many yacht captains in Fort Lauderdale prepared for a Category 5 hurricane early last month. After first landfall in the Caribbean with rare sustained…

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Deckhand on M/Y Lady Sara dies in Monaco

Deckhand Brandon Fisher, known as Six Seven to the crew on M/Y Lady Sara, died Sept. 26 in Monaco. He was being treated for tonsillitis, but the cause of his…

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