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FLIBS17: Crew busy with rain, chamois

Crew start the morning with chamois in hand after an overnight rain surprised many people at the 58th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show on …

FLIBS17: Visa, cruising permit issues by-the-book, yet case-by-case

By Dorie Cox No matter how often immigration, cruising permit and charter rules are discussed, questions persist. Answers are based on laws and regulations, …

FLIBS17: Yacht Chandler hosts biggest FLIBS party of the year

Yacht Chandlers’ 10th annual customer and crew appreciation event was a “Party with a Purpose.” with donations going to hurricane relief charities. …

FLIBS17: National Marine hosts dinner

The huge industry party hosted by National Marine Suppliers is no more. Instead, the provisioning company hosted its White Dress Charity Gala last night. The …

FLIBS17: Checking the Tide: Where are you headed after the show?

While most yachts in the boat show this week are for sale, and “plans” can change if the right buyer emerges, we were curious to know where boats are …

FLIBS17: Test your mates

A final installment of nautical knowledge for you and your mates. What is “MARPOL”? How do you calculate a vessel’s gross tonnage? Which IALA …

FLIBS17: Gallery of crew

The sunny skies were picture perfect Friday, but have the chamois ready today. Weather reports indicate a chance of showers in the morning and a possible …

FLIBS17: Interior talents are on the table

By Dorie Cox The work of interior yacht staff is misunderstood. That’s what several stews said during two tabletop setting competitions that took place …

FLIBS17: Checking the Tide: Where’s your favorite spot onboard?

While working on a yacht, crew must have their favorite decks or rooms. Although not always accessible to them, we were wondering that if they owned the yacht, …

FLIBS17: Fraser honors captain of M/Y Keiki Kai

By Lucy Chabot Reed Capt. Trevor Usher was honored last night as Fraser’s Yacht Management Captain of the Year. Capt. Usher, in command of the 100-foot (30m) …

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U.S.-based seaplane picks up yacht passengers in Cuba

U.S.-based seaplane picks up yacht passengers in Cuba

By Dorie Cox Private yacht guests in Cuba were picked up by a seaplane in what Cuban officials call the first seaplane landing in more …

Stew Cues: Table seating, service order dictated by varying factors

Stew Cues: Table seating, service order dictated by varying factors

Stew Cues: by Alene Keenan Some of the most frequently asked questions I get regarding mealtimes are how to seat the guests at the …

Top Shelf: Sunchoke Vichyssoise with Smoked Salmon and Golden Quail Egg

Top Shelf: Sunchoke Vichyssoise with Smoked Salmon and Golden Quail Egg

Top Shelf: by Chef Timothy MacDonald All that glitters is not gold. But when in desperate need to elevate a dish to new heights, gold, …

Former Chief Stew Johanna Mueller dies

Former Chief Stew Johanna Mueller dies

By Lucy Chabot Reed Johanna Mueller broke into yachting the old fashioned way. While working at a hardware store, her work ethic shone …

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