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Yacht crew skills apply, and beat, land-based skills for new marina concierge

By Alison Gardner In her seven-year career at sea, Canadian Jennifer Belinski worked as crew on numerous yachts, most of them 100 to 200 feet in length. She …

PBIBS18: Captain’s dream stems from ‘yell for salute’ on the banks

By Dorie Cox This adventure starts with young children’s pleas for a salute from passing iron ore freighter captains. Capt. Michael Schueler was an earnest …

Yacht crew speak up about rape, assault on board

By Dorie Cox This is a story of two injured crew, a stew and a deckhand. Both say they left good careers in yachting because of what happened to them at the …

Capt. Schwaner cooks his way to the captain’s chair

Capt. Scott Schwaner never thought he would be on a boat in New Orleans. However, after voyaging around the globe for nearly 40 years, he’s returned to his …

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 …

Woman raped on yacht wins $70 million verdict against owner

UPDATE: The original post incorrectly identified the yacht make and length. By Dorie Cox A jury awarded a woman $70 million after she was raped on board a …

Yacht crew clear the path in polar south

M/Y Enigma XK crew, from left to right, bosun Bruno Nabti and deckhands Brad Pepler and Henry de Landtsheer, launch a tender while on charter in Antarctica. …

French social security decree impacts yachting community

By Emma Batchelder Members of the yachting community have gained some clarification on French social security tax responsibilities. Although the decree was …

Capt. Alex Hickey, former yacht engineer, dies at 30

Former yacht engineer Alexander Michael Hickey, who had recently seen his dream to captain a yacht come true, died  Nov. 26 after being found unresponsive by …

Season’s Greetings from MY Archimedes

Season’s Greeting to all our family and friends around the world from the crew of M/Y Archimedes. Sent from Sao Vicente, Cape Verde. Crew from left front …

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Engineer’s Angle: Corrosive forces unavoidable, but manageable

Engineer’s Angle: Corrosive forces unavoidable, but manageable

Engineer's Angle: by Rich Merhige Corrosion happens. On yachts, there’s a perfect storm of different metals, forces and particles that …

Triton networks with Alexseal

Triton networks with Alexseal

More than 200 yacht captains, crew and industry professionals joined us for Triton Networking tonight with Alexseal. Our guests enjoyed …

Culinary Waves: Yachting bears hard workers prepared for success

Culinary Waves: Yachting bears hard workers prepared for success

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mark Godbeer Yachting – my life for 15 years, a life I would not change for anything. I wouldn’t call …

Hurricane Florence drenches North Carolina

Hurricane Florence drenches North Carolina

Sept. 18, 11 a.m. North Carolina and parts of South Carolina continue to face rain and flooding after Hurricane Florence as the …

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