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Hurricane ‘erases’ Hawaiian island

East Island, a remote spit of gravel and sand that sat atop a coral reef, was wiped off the map when Hurricane Walaka surged past Hawaii recently, The Guardian …

Monster typhoon slams Marianas Islands

The Northern Marianas Islands are struggling to recover after a particularly devastating storm, even in a region accustomed to experiencing the most numerous …

Yacht owner Paul Allen leaves legacy, big shoes to fill

UPDATE By Dorie Cox When Microsoft co-founder and yacht owner Paul Allen died on Oct. 15, he left a legacy for the yacht industry, one of adventure, …

National Marine Suppliers poker run 2018 rides for charity

Participants in National Marine Suppliers’ 11th annual Poker Run on Oct. 20 raised $17,285 for this year’s designated charity, Task Force Dagger …

Dometic wins contract with Sunseeker

Dometic has recently signed a contract with Sunseeker to be the British boatbuilder’s sole supplier of air conditioning equipment for its range of 50- to …

Newport Shipyard’s Pumpkin Regatta raises $3,600 for charity

Newport Shipyard’s annual Pumpkin Regatta raised over $3,600 for three charities in Newport, Rhode Island. Participants were timed as they paddled fiberglass …

Storm damages SY Sila Sibiri in Palma

A storm surge washed S/Y Sila Sibiri on shore in Palma de Mallorca on Monday, according to The Superyacht Times online. The 32m ketch is reported to have had …

The Yacht Group to open Fort Lauderdale showroom

The Yacht Group plans to open a new showroom at 1300 S.E. 17th St. in Fort Lauderdale on Oct. 25. Anthony J. “AJ” Nickel, formerly a sales associate with …

Yacht industry gathers for Triton Expo

More than 800 captains, crew and industry professionals attended the Triton Expo in October at ISSGMT in Fort Lauderdale on Oct. 10. Fifty businesses displayed …

Survey seminar set for November

IIMS, a worldwide professional body for marine surveyors, will host its inaugural International Marine Surveying Fest in November, a 24-hour marine surveying …

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EU tariff turns more charter yachts off Med

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. …

Final Christensen launched in Vancouver; yard moves to Tennessee

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, …

40m S/Y My Song not salvageable

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 …

Newport19: Charter show opens today

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 …

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