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Crew Compass: Yachting sets stage for cast of weird, wonderful characters

Crew Compass: by Lauren Loudon Honestly, some of the people I have met over the past four years of working on boats are beyond bizarre. Some, on the other …

From the Bridge: Even with alcohol policy, captains’ judgment required

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox “What shall we do with a drunken sailor?” Captains have dealt with this issue for centuries. Lyrics from the old sea shanty …

Yacht manager faces retrial on manslaughter charges

Editor’s note: This story is developing and will be updated.   A retrial has begun for British yacht manager Douglas Innes on four manslaughter …

Taking the Helm: Causes of high crew turnover found at the top

Taking the Helm: by Paul Ferdais It’s no secret that one of the better ways to tell if leadership is considered good in an organization is to critically …

Yacht industry gasps after $70 million rape award

By Dorie Cox Three years ago, a brutal crime changed the life of a yacht stew forever. Last month, many pondered whether it would change the yachting industry …

Settlement funds megayacht moorings in the Caymans

Compensation paid by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in a settlement over damaged coral reef in the Cayman Islands is being used for four new megayacht …

Triton networks with Bluewater Crew Training USA

More than 100 captains, crew and industry professionals made new connections and caught up with news from old friends during Triton Networking with Bluewater …

Miami18: Sunday at the Miami Yacht Show on Collins

Today was a bright and sunny day on the docks at Collins. Crew continued to shine as they greeted guests. Photos by Tom Serio and Lucy Reed Click to see these …

Miami18: Miami Yacht Show may move downtown next year

By Dorie Cox The Miami Yacht Show has seen its share of changes, but few as large as the plan to move next year’s show to downtown Miami. For most of the …

Miami18: Checking the tide: How do you keep in touch with family and friends?

As technology changes and options increase for communication, The Triton was curious how such international travelers as yacht crew keep in touch with family …

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Bow thrusters to epaulettes, yacht engineer values mentor’s lessons

By Dorie Cox Engr. Allen Dudley is mesmerized by Capt. Jim Horner’s skillful maneuvers at the helm of the 100-foot (30m) Benetti, M/Y …

Flag states address mariner, yacht certification expirations

Flag states address mariner, yacht certification expirations

By Dorie Cox As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect mariners around the globe, flag classification societies work …

April issue now available exclusively online

April issue now available exclusively online

By Lucy Chabot Reed Due to distribution challenges related to COVID-19, the April edition of The Triton is now available exclusively in …

Yacht captains, crew aim to hold course during pandemic

Yacht captains, crew aim to hold course during pandemic

By Dorie Cox This is a glimpse into what yacht captains and crew are doing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Very little has stayed the same …

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