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About Lucy Chabot Reed

Lucy Chabot Reed is publisher and founding editor of The Triton.

Safety talk turns into matter of hours or rest

It happens sometimes at these roundtable discussions that we start to talk about one thing and end up talking about something else entirely. What was intended …

Boat briefs from Northrop & Johnson, Merle Wood, Ocean Independence

Northrop & Johnson has sold the 128-foot (39m) Hakvoort M/Y Snowbird by Wes Sanford (listed by Edmiston), and the 112-foot ketch S/Y Signe by Simon Turner. …

Yacht departs on three-year circumnavigation with good will, supplies

Capt. Gui Garcia and his 10 crew on the 151-foot Cheoy Lee M/Y Qing will set off from Ft. Lauderdale today at 2 p.m. on what is planned to be a three-year …

Safety procedures in place on yachts, not all compliant

I attended a seminar in March where the fleet manager for a large brokerage house warned the captains and managers in the room that the International Safety …

Brokers sell and add to listings

Denison Yacht Sales has added to its central agency listings for sale a 1996 74-foot Hatteras for $799,000. Bernard Gallay Yacht Brokerage (BGYB) has sold the …

USCG runs test on FEC bridge over New River

The U.S. Coast Guard has begun a test to see if having a bridge tender and communication at the Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) bridge over the New River in …

Plywood Regatta by the Marine Industries Association of South Florida

More than two dozen teams of kids raced their wooden boats over the weekend in the 15th annual Plywood Regatta in South Florida. Organized by the Marine …

Aqualuxe Outfitters names winners of Top Notch Tabletop Challenge

Aqualuxe Outfitters has announced the winners of its 2015 Top Notch Tabletop Challenge. Table settings from the Palm Beach International Boat Show were …

Sunrise Harbor Marina party 2015

Westrec Marinas hosted its annual customer appreciation party at Sunrise Harbor Marina tonight. The Mexican-themed event featured traditional folk dancers, …

Engineer dies in hit-and-run

Chief Eng. Maurice White was killed in a hit-and-run accident while riding his bicycle in Ft. Lauderdale in early March. He was 46. Mr. White was riding his …

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Yachts face new block for travel to Cuba

Yachts face new block for travel to Cuba

By Dorie Cox The U.S. Department of the Treasury on June 5 removed authorization for “group people-to-people” educational travel to …

BVI’s Willy T can return to original anchorage

BVI’s Willy T can return to original anchorage

On July 1, the iconic Willy T floating restaurant and bar will be allowed to return to its original location anchored off The Bight near …

Oh, the places yachting takes you

Oh, the places yachting takes you

By Katie Hunt Waking up at 5 a.m. isn’t unfamiliar to many of us yacht crew working in this fast-paced industry. So, as I walk into …

Top Shelf: Antigua lobster case in point for buying local

Top Shelf: Antigua lobster case in point for buying local

Top Shelf: by Chef Tim MacDonald One of the biggest expenditures during a week-long or 10-day charter is the caviar and lobsters. And …

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