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Hodgdon Shipbuilding in Maine has built a new kind of tender

 Hodgdon Shipbuilding in Maine has built a new kind of tender. With an inside like a private jet, the company’s first limo tender was built for the …

New Floating Dry Dock in South Florida

Last week, the Rybovich yacht yard in West Palm Beach, Florida, added a 3,000-ton floating dry dock to its service facilities, giving it the largest hauling …

Neptune Group and Yacht Flowers host Triton networking in Ft. Lauderdale

On the second Wednesday in September, The Triton is networking with The Neptune Group and Yacht Flowers. All yacht crew and industry professionals are welcome …

Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System mandatory

New yacht requirements have been underway for subjects ranging from asbestos and bilge pumps to electronic chart display and information systems (ECDIS) and …

Planning for the unforeseen that hits your finances

As I sit here reflecting on this month’s article I try to again think what is important to most of the readership. Perhaps some of you are always looking …

Saunders hauls largest boat yet

Alabama-based Saunders Yachtworks hauled the 100-foot Broward M/Y She’s My Lady II in June, the largest boat the company has hauled to date.  …

Under the Boardwalk, down by the sea

Related Posts... Pork Medallions with Chili-Plum Sauce Pork Medallions with Chili-Plum Sauce This is one those recipes that Read more... FWC waives …

Technology news in marine industry

Tognum in deal with Northern LightsGermany-based propulsion specialist Tognum and marine generator set manufacturer Northern Lights of Seattle, Wash., have …

Aussies review charter regs

Superyacht Australia has asked the Australian government to review regulations affecting superyacht chartering in country waters. The number of yachts coming …

Corsica: the other island

It seems that everybody and their metaphorical dog want to go to Sardinia. For my tastes, the whole island is outrageously expensive. If you are a commercial …

Editor’s Picks

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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