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No injuries in 125-foot Westport crash into dock

By Dorie Cox A new 125-foot Westport yacht ran into a dock Port Angeles Boat Haven in Port Angeles, Washington, on Monday (Oct. 7). Property damage was …

From light dunk to a full drop, this yacht crews’ rusk ‘dippers’ a hit

By Dorie Cox Deckhand Ryan Woods of M/Y Three Sons, a 130-foot Westport, considers himself a heavy dunker. He lets his rusk soak for a few seconds in coffee …

And still we go … yachts help Bahamas after Dorian

Following are just a few of the yacht and crew stories we heard about. Share your stories at editor@the-triton.com. M/Y Short Story, a 116-foot Lazzara, had …

Lots of loading and logistics for crew on M/Y Axis

Update Oct. 1: M/Y Axis continues to make deliveries to the northern Bahamas since Hurricane Dorian hit Abaco and Grand Bahama. Capt. Les Annan and the …

From the Bridge: Captains assume vaping covered under smoking rules

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox With a puff, the ramifications of vaping, or using electronic cigarettes, wafted into the yacht industry. A late-night alarm on …

Monaco19: On the docks on Day 4

A few more families filled the docks on the final day of the Monaco Yacht Show on Saturday, and crew were able to sneak in well-deserved walks off the yachts. …

Monaco19: Problem solved, business born

Story and photos by Dorie Cox Yacht captains and crew get good at what they do. And over time, some of their systems, knowledge and skills germinate and …

Monaco19: Things that make you go ‘hmm’

The Principality of Monaco is a unique spot, so it follows that there were some unique things to see along the docks during the 29th edition of the Monaco …

Monaco19: Captains seek services, consistency in St. Maarten

By Dorie Cox Capt. Trevor Weaver of M/Y Sirona III started small on his wish list when asked what he and his crew look for during visits to St. Maarten. …

Monaco19: Deckhand fills, covers fender the fastest

Story and photos by Dorie Cox Two minutes is all the time it took for Deckhand Jared Milsom of the 60m Feadship M/Y Minderella to inflate a 48-inch fender and …

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