Did you know that Bahia Mar was once where a boat captain was hanged? It was the only hanging ever conducted by the U.S. Coast Guard, as well as the only legal hanging that ever happened in Broward County.
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.
For Triton’s new “Offboarding” column, we asked Chief Stew/Purser Ciara Farrow about her career transition from yacht crew to software entrepreneur.
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.
Depth gauges, bottom timers, and air tables are no longer the tools of the trade. Here's a look at the latest in dive computer technology.
What can and will happen to oligarch-owned vessels is open to interpretation and likely to have far-reaching consequences.
Russia’s war on Ukraine and the resulting sanctions on many Russian-owned yachts have had hard and varied consequences for this industry. Triton asked captains and crew how the fallout has affected them personally.
Chief Stew Carla Annas is a triathlete who is determined to make a difference. Her foundation helps disadvantaged students in South Africa, and the race is on to raise enough funds to send one child to school.
Protecting oceans from plastic is key to a healthy future for yachting. Around 80% of marine debris and pollution is plastic, according to Pew Research. The Plastic Disclosure Project estimated…