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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 temporarily lighted on…

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Crew Eye in the Bahamas

Lead Deckhand Zander Schietelat of M/Y Grey Matters tests the waters in Compass Cay, Compass Cay Marina, Exuma, the Bahamas.

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Triton Spotted in Tonga

Attorney Jim Perry of Perry & Neblett in Fort Lauderdale took his Triton all the way to the Kingdom of Tonga for a swim with the humpback whales. He sent…

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Med season wrap-up party with Estela

To wrap up another Mediterranean yachting season and to ring in the Caribbean season, Estela Yachting Palma held its annual end-of-season party at Blue Nest at Port Adriano on Oct.…

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M/Y Vixit shares a Crew Eye

Capt. Greg Russell shared these photos from a Facebook post that was taken in Portofino, Italy, in late August with the following note: “Season done! 57 days, 2,800 miles, 70…

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Triton Spotted playing ball

The Fort Lauderdale Fighting Squids Australian Rules Football Club keep up with their industry news in The Triton. Pictured from left are Duncan Pullman, chief officer M/Y Chasing Daylight, Capt.…

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Triton Spotted in Costa Rica

Carlton A. Morris R. of Yacht Entertainment Studios (YES) based in Fort Lauderdale submitted a Triton Spotter from his recent trip with this note: “[I] traveled to Escazú, Costa Rica…

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Triton Spotted in Connecticut

Mystic, Connecticut, is a great spot to catch up on yachting news. Capt. Joe Walier, pictured left, carried one on his recent delivery of the 66-foot Viking Shooter from Jupiter,…

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Crew Eye: Cleaning every nook and cranny onboard

Relief Chief Stew Ari Odore, left, and Second Stew Tash Knight use cotton swabs to micro-clean the bridge console on M/Y Albula, formerly Turmoil, a 210-foot Royal Denship launched in…

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Triton Spotted in Chile

Atacama Salt Lake in northern Chile is 2,400m (7,200 feet) above sea level in a landscape filled with “snow-capped volcanoes, altiplano lagoons, and flamingos – a very different, but amazing…

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