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Yacht charts a path to promising future for former foster kids

A 100-day voyage of 5,000 nautical miles on S/Y Wisdom, a 100-foot cruising ketch built in 1989, aims to provide life skills and a head start to youth who have been left to fend for themselves after aging out of the foster care system.

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Got a problem? In a bind? Bugsy Drake has got your back!

Crew work is demanding work, while living where you work presents its own unique challenges. Triton advice columnist and veteran Chief Stew Bugsy Drake “gets” it. If you need some good advice, just Ask Bugsy!

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Take a hard line on total-body fitness with this heavy-duty rope workout

No time to hit the gym? Every yacht has one of the best tools to rip and tone a human body from head to toe, and that valuable piece of workout equipment has already been in the hands, literally, of crew a thousand times.

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Dock & Dine: Enjoy waterside dining without fighting the traffic

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The greater Fort Lauderdale area is full of restaurants that offer dockage, most on a first-come, first-served basis. Here’s some of our favorites.

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Gear on the GO

Whether you’re traveling this winter or looking for a great holiday gift, these Triton picks for travelers are sure to please.

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Crazy lark becomes an adventure to cherish for a yacht chef and her dad

Ever done a little online shopping after opening a bottle of wine? Ever end up buying something really frivolous? What about an ambulance?

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Feed a cold, starve a fever? Not always!

Forget that adage when the fever is caused by a virus. Research shows it’s better to eat and drink, and some foods are especially helpful.

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Practice safe CPR in the Age of COVID

Someone has collapsed and needs CPR. But what about the risk of getting COVID-19? There’s no barrier mask in sight, and no time to find one. Here’s how to give the appropriate emergency response.

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Circumnavigation dreams stuck in COVID doldrums

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For many new yacht owners, the vision of the future aboard their yacht is tied to a dream. For one such owner, the clock is ticking. Will the dream deferred become the dream lost, yet another victim of the COVID nightmare?

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Owner’s View: Dressing the ship on occasion

We humans like to celebrate occasions by decorating vessels and now commonly use strings of lights instead of strings of signal flags. On one July 4th, our crew surprised us…

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