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Stew Cues: Summer in Med a perfect time to learn about aperitifs, digestifs

Stew Cues: by Alene Keenan As yachts head off to the Med for the summer, yachtie newcomers may have their first introduction to the culture of aperitifs and …

News in the brokerage fleet: New Sanlorenzo, Andiamo sell; Samhan listed

Yachts sold A new 203.4-foot (62m) Sanlorenzo, a steel displacement yacht under construction and due for delivery in 2021, sold by Camper & Nicholsons. M/Y …

From the Bridge: Fun according to yacht captains

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox From compliance and crashes to crew concerns, yacht captains often find themselves in serious conversations about yachting. For …

Friends remember Capt. Joshua Wattula of M/Y ForaPlay

By Dorie Cox Capt. Joshua Wattula had recently accomplished one of his goals: to be master of a yacht. He had recently been hired as captain on M/Y ForaPlay, a …

Crew Eye: Doing a safety check

Stew Marissa Van Niekerk performs a monthly safety check of the Drager SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus) aboard M/Y The Big Blue, a 138-foot (42m) …

Newport19: Crew bring the sunshine to rainy Newport show

Yacht crew from more than 20 charter vessels shined through a rainy and misty Newport Charter Yacht Show last week at Newport Shipyard.  Several …

EU tariff turns more charter yachts off Med

By Dorie Cox A European Union tariff has disrupted summer plans for a number of yachts that typically charter in the Mediterranean. These yachts have changed …

Final Christensen launched in Vancouver; yard moves to Tennessee

Christensen has launched the last hull to be completed and delivered from its Vancouver yard.  The 164-foot (50m) Jackpot, launched the week of June 19, …

40m S/Y My Song not salvageable

UPDATE:The 40m award-winning racing sloop My Song has been declared unsalvageable after falling off a cargo ship in the Med while in transit to defend its …

Newport19: Charter show opens today

Crew from more than 20 yachts worked hard to keep the raindrops at bay at Newport Shipyard this morning as the annual Newport Charter Show opened to brokers, …

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M/Y Sovereign wins in second Cotton Crews Olympics

M/Y Sovereign wins in second Cotton Crews Olympics

Photos by Mark Woodbury The crew from M/Y Sovereign took the top prize out of eight teams in the second annual Cotton Crews Olympics …

Provisioner warns against ‘false’ test kits for COVID-19

Provisioner warns against ‘false’ test kits for COVID-19

Fort Lauderdale-based provisioning company National Marine Suppliers has released a statement warning crew that COVID-19 tests found …

Engineer’s Angle: Antiviral action starts at home – especially when home is a yacht

Engineer’s Angle: Antiviral action starts at home – especially when home is a yacht

Engineer's Angle: by JD Anson The world has awakened to a new day, a new normal. Worldwide pandemic is now a real thing, and it calls …

Captains’ fatigue symptom of larger yachting problem

Captains’ fatigue symptom of larger yachting problem

By ISS Captains Committee It is the unanimous view of the International Superyacht Society’s Captains Committee that the greatest …

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