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About Lucy Chabot Reed

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

Yacht bosun drowns on St. Thomas in Virgin Islands

Bosun Nathan Francisty of M/Y Lady Sheridan drowned Saturday afternoon while he was swimming with some of his crew mates in St. Thomas, USVI. He was 28. About …

Marine industry holiday party by USSA, MIASF, FYBA, MICF and YPY

Ugly holiday sweaters abounded at the marine industry toy drive and holiday party at the Stranahan House in Ft. Lauderdale last night. The event was …

Charter yacht chefs win during Antigua Charter Yacht Show

Charter yacht chefs worked their magic during the Antigua Charter Yacht Show last week, creating a three-course gourmet Caribbean gluten-free dinner and …

France, Denmark compensate pirates

The European Court of Human Rights sided with pirates over France in two cases last week. France, it seemed, held nine Somalis pirates too long before being …

Bermuda tapped for 2017 America’s Cup

The 35th America’s Cup will be raced in Bermuda in June 2017. The race will take place on The Great Sound, a natural amphitheater with room for racing and …

From the Bridge: Lots of fingers in crew management pie

It’s a common refrain that the No. 1 reason owners get out of yachting is because of crew. I’m not sure what that comes from, but it’s repeated as gospel …

Captain tops 200 deliveries from New York to Florida

Capt. John Wampler, who some readers may recognize as the author of our Crew’s Mess column, completed in November his 200th delivery from New York to …

One planet’s trash, one captain’s education

This summer, Capt. Phil Taylor took a bunch of environmental scientists to the Arctic and came back with an education. Not only was the trip itself interesting …

Triton survey comments on multiple boats

More comments from yacht captains about what it is like managing multiple vessels? Trying to move all three in a flotilla, at times, was impossible. We had to …

Triton survey: Captains manage with multiple vessels

As the economy has begun to shift and yachts began moving over the past couple of months, I have been struck by how many captains are responsible for more than …

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Engineer’s Angle: Corrosive forces unavoidable, but manageable

Engineer’s Angle: Corrosive forces unavoidable, but manageable

Engineer's Angle: by Rich Merhige Corrosion happens. On yachts, there’s a perfect storm of different metals, forces and particles that …

Triton networks with Alexseal

Triton networks with Alexseal

More than 200 yacht captains, crew and industry professionals joined us for Triton Networking tonight with Alexseal. Our guests enjoyed …

Culinary Waves: Yachting bears hard workers prepared for success

Culinary Waves: Yachting bears hard workers prepared for success

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mark Godbeer Yachting – my life for 15 years, a life I would not change for anything. I wouldn’t call …

Hurricane Florence drenches North Carolina

Hurricane Florence drenches North Carolina

Sept. 18, 11 a.m. North Carolina and parts of South Carolina continue to face rain and flooding after Hurricane Florence as the …

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