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Spotted in Taiwan

The Triton‘s intrepid freelance writer/photographer Tom Serio traveled halfway around the world to the Horizon Yachts 2020 Open House in Kaohsiung, …

Crew Eye: Haggling for bugs in the South Pacific

Stew Angela Pennefather procures fresh lobster from a local villager in Papua New Guinea on the final day of 2019. Pennefather, who hails from Papua New …

Spotted near Bali

Anita Warwick, broker of international health plans and owner of Seven Seas Health, made time to keep up with nautical news with her Triton during a business …

Triton Spotted in Chile

The Triton makes it to remote areas, including Cochamo Valley in Chile in Northern Patagonia. Tim Morley of Morley Yachts in Monaco visits with South American …

Triton Spotted in Western Australia

First Officer Alice Darley joined her sister and family on a campervan road trip in Western Australia this fall. Darley’s niece, Isla Rose Cushley, posed …

Triton Spotted in Georgia

Nautical news spread to a group of realtors from Keller Williams Realty in Gwinnett County, Georgia, in December. The group, led by Triton Editor Dorie Cox’s …

Triton Spotted in Marsh Harbour

Capt. Wendy G. Umla packed a Triton among hurricane relief supplies delivered by DC3 airplane to Marsh Harbour, Abaco Islands, Bahamas, in November. Capt. …

Crew Eye: In the engine room

Chief Engr. Paul Simpson teaches Stew/Deck assistant Queenie Alara how to service a generator on M/Y Big Blue in Rybovich Superyacht Marina in West Palm Beach …

Crew Eye in New England

M/Y Crown Jewel, a 96-foot Broward, hit many of the historical spots in New England this summer, and Chef Catherine Stowe shared a crew portrait from Nantucket …

Crew Eye: An unexpected visitor in the Atlantic

The crew of M/Y Vixit had a rare visitor onboard while transiting the Atlantic Ocean in October. Stew/Deckhand Saaskia England captured a photo of an owl who …

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