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Life got her ready for yachting, and vice versa

Story and photos by Tom Serio Mermaids have been part of many a folklore, just like unicorns. But mermaids do exist and can be found at The Wreck Bar at B …

Former Hilton now 17th Street Yacht Basin

The Hilton Marina in Fort Lauderdale has been bought by Brookfield Asset Management and renamed 17th Street Yacht Basin. It is the first marina on the west …

The Triton networks with Admiral Canvas

About 200 captains, crew and industry professionals networked with an international flair under mod lighting during The Triton networking with Admiral Canvas …

FLIBS18: Scene on the docks

The day was warm and the docks were busy under overcast skies on Saturday at the 59th annual Fort Lauderdale International boat Show. Large yacht crew kept …

FLIBS18: Scene in the Oasis

Even though Fort Lauderdale International boat Show is in the United States, yacht crew from around the world try not to miss their favorite pastime – …

FLIBS18: Dockmaster profile: Las Olas’ Matt Domke

By Tom Serio Running a public municipal marina for the city of Fort Lauderdale is a little different from running a private marina, according to Matt Domke, …

FLIBS18: M/Y Namaste named best of show

By Tom Serio New to the U.S. market is yacht builder Mangusta’s latest offering, the Oceano 42 M/Y Namaste. As part of a contest hosted by NBC Sports …

FLIBS18: Show debuts on NBC’s sports network

By Tom Serio Keep an eye out for a film crews from NBCSN, the NBC Sports Network, during this year’s 59th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Camera, …

FLIBS18: Dockmaster profile: Hall of Fame

By Tom Serio Since his father was a captain, dockmaster Bob Garey at the Hall of Fame Marina in Fort Lauderdale has been around boats all his life. Literally. …

FLIBS18: Crew strike a pose in their areas of expertise

Dominating their domains, we put the crew back into their areas where they do their best work. From captains at the helm, to the chefs that create culinary …

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Colors, carvings and curves worth the challenge in Papua New Guinea

Colors, carvings and curves worth the challenge in Papua New Guinea

Story and photos by Kevin Davidson Headhunters, warriors, spears, bows and arrows – ready for something different? Then join me on a …

Top Shelf: In charter season, a helper worth her weight in cake

Top Shelf: In charter season, a helper worth her weight in cake

Top Shelf: by Chef Tim McDonald Ask any sole charter chef what they want most for Christmas and I’ll bet you, sure as nuts, they will …

Sea Sick: Save severed finger with correct response

Sea Sick: Save severed finger with correct response

Sea Sick: by Keith Murray While working on a boat, there are many opportunities to lose a finger or two. Think hatches, winches, ropes, …

Triton networks with Maritime Marine

Triton networks with Maritime Marine

More than 220 yacht captains, crew and industry folks joined us for Triton Networking with Maritime Marine on the first Wednesday in …

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