Crew-Life

‘No lives left adrift’: Open Arms seeks volunteers

Open Arms, a humanitarian, non-governmental, and nonprofit organization is seeking volunteers to help continue their mission of "protecting the lives of those abandoned in international waters fleeing from wars, persecution and poverty."

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Calling All Angels: How Emmeline Gee created Angels On Board

Emmeline Gee worked as a stewardess/masseuse on over 10 different superyachts, which helped her launch her company Angels On Board.

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Circadian Rhythms vs. Duty Roster

Aligning crew's circadian rhythms with their work schedule improves physical safety and mental health.

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Finding the perfect fit: What to know about crew agents

Yacht crew agents can bridge the gap between captains and crew by knowing the needs of both. Triton reached out to Corly Quirk, owner and operator of Superyacht Crew Placement, to learn more about crew agents.

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Chasing the Dreamboat: How Chief Officer Wesley Walton broke into the yachting industry

Chief Officer Wesley Walton tells his story of breaking into the yachting industry, and how the ups and downs helped his career path.

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What they don’t teach you: How to get a payout that matches your value

Becoming a better SEA contract negotiator helps you receive the pay that matches the value you bring.

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Mastering the CV

Making sure your CV and resume stand out is crucial for securing your dream job.

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Zero to Hero in Two Weeks: How to find success in RYA’s crash courses

The RYA Yachtmaster program's crash courses can help crew, but the two-week courses still require hard work.

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Gear on the Go

Check out Triton's picks for gear that works for any adventure or makes a great gift.

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Chefs to the rescue!

After Hurricane Ian brought destruction southwest Florida, longtime yacht chef Adrienne Gang helped serve over 640,000 meals to impacted communities.

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