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Regulatory demands concern crew

Top-level captains and crew listened intently during Moran Yacht Management’s symposium in December. When the floor opened to the audience for questions, …

Latitude Adjustment: Crew news

Capt. Gianni Brill has taken over S/Y Milo. He’s got a fantastical story to tell about this yacht and how she came to be floating on the water — …

Singapore show expands

The Singapore Yacht Show will open on Thursday, April 18 — one day earlier than previously planned — and run until Sunday, April 21, at ONE°15 …

Charleston named best city

The city of Charleston, S.C., was named the best city in the world in October by Conde Nast Traveler magazine.Cities were judged on the following criteria: …

Most yacht captains operate as small businesses

When last we surveyed yacht captains and crew about their pay, we asked technical questions such as how often they were paid and how they received their …

YPI in deal with currency company

Yachting Partners International (YPI) has partnered with foreign exchange specialists Currencies Direct to help its clients and crew save on all international …

Your tax strategy goes with investment strategy

With today’s market fluctuations and four more years of possible political gridlock in the U.S., it is more important than ever to reevaluate and adhere …

A closer look at Concours des Chefs winners

Two weeks ago, Chef Stuart was just getting settled into his new job aboard the 165-foot (50m) M/Y Arianna, having his first full day in the galley. A week …

Captain’s anger nets positive results

Capt. Carlos Macias shakes his head remembering all the trash he saw every day running a sightseeing boat in Miami. It made him mad.   “These waters …

Latitude Adjustment highlights crew on the move at Antigua show

Every crew member has a story, of how they got here, why they stayed, what’s next in their lives. As the Antigua Charter Yacht Show wraps up today, here …

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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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