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What the Deck! The trouble with toys

The joy toys bring to guests is completely opposite to how crew feel about them. Here are some tips on how to manage toys well so you can continue keeping guests happy while not stressing out.

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Teak Critique: Maintenance techniques depend on priorities

How to treat teak decking depends on the owner's preference between the short-lived beauty of a golden color or the dull gray advantage of longevity.

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Bareboaters, beware!

Bareboat chartering your vessel might sound like an easy way to make some money, but there are considerable legal ramifications and procedural hoops to jump through to do it lawfully. Here's how to do it without finding yourself in trouble.

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Battle of the Batteries: Which is right for the job?

Flooded lead acid, AGM, and lithium batteries are three of the most popular batteries for yachts, but how do you know which is best for you? Here's a breakdown of which battery you should pick depending on your ship's needs.

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Saving oceans through science

Help save the ocean as a crew volunteer with the International SeaKeepers Society, a not-for-profit organization that partners with the yachting community to further oceanographic research and marine conservation.

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Saint Lucia: Piton power makes this island unlike any other

It may be in the Eastern Caribbean, but this island nation could easily be mistaken for a Polynesian paradise. Here is everything you'll need to know if you're traveling to St. Lucia.

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Offboarding: Preference sheets spark idea for new profession

For Triton’s new “Offboarding” column, we asked Chief Stew/Purser Ciara Farrow about her career transition from yacht crew to software entrepreneur. 

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Caviar Connoisseur: Expert advice on this ultimate delicacy

It’s the culinary epitome of luxury, and yachts are, indeed, a luxury business — but is there a way to scale our perceptions of one of the world's hottest commodities to fit all sizes of boats and budgets?

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Mining Buoy Data: There’s more to it than you think

Many are familiar with the wave height and wind speed data that buoys provide, but another derived parameter of valuable insight to alert captains of approaching sea state conditions is also available: spectral wave energy.

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SoFlo SCUBA: Reefs, wrecks and technical dream dives

South Florida's diving scene is sizzling hot, with sites for every level, including beautiful reefs, natural and man-made wrecks, and a slew of technical diving opportunities.

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