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Crew4Yachts relocates

Crew4Yachts has moved its office a block down the street to a small office plaza at Miami Road and Southeast 16th Court, just to the west of Bank of America.…

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New pump flushes outboards

Ft. Lauderdale-based Reverso has introduced an automatic outboard flushing system that eliminates the need to manually flush outboards after a day on the water. The system is permanently mounted onboard…

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Manual life raft crane launched

The Dutch hydraulic equipment manufacturer Cramm Yachting Systems had introduced a newly designed deck-oriented life raft crane that is fully manual and gravity operated. Because it is not dependent on…

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New digital resume launches at Monaco

USP Profile, a digital resume company, went live at the Monaco Yacht Show, giving crew a chance to add video to their resume to showcase their personality alongside their credentials.…

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New propulsion gets a sea trial

A New Zealand inventor has sea trialed a new counter-rotating propeller system that operates above the water line, bridging the technology gap between propellers and waterjets,according to a story in…

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The Crew Coach adds interior training

Crew performance company The Crew Coach (TCC) and interior service training company Interior Yacht Services (IYS) have joined forces. Founded by crew training experts Alison Rentoul and Peter Vogel, TCC…

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News in the charter fleet

M/Y Axioma, a 73m yacht launched by Dunya Yachts in 2013, now listed with Alena Zilayova of YPI Charter and available in the Caribbean this winter. M/Y Seanna, a 185-foot…

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Yachts recently sold

Project Redwood, a 139m+ construction project, designed by Nuvolari & Lenard (the same team that created the 88m Lurssen M/Y Quattroelle), sold by Moran Yacht & Ship. Project Blade, a…

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Study: Nicaragua canal risky

Nicaragua’s planned $50 billion canal project is “fraught with risks and uncertainties,” according to an environmental study and reported by Reuters news service. The 172-mile (278 km), Chinese-backed project to…

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U.S. adds two marine sanctuaries

U.S. President Obama in October named two new marine sanctuaries, the first in 15 years. One of the sanctuaries will be an 875-square-mile section of Lake Michigan off the shore…

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