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Captain skill level is crew concern

When a junior crew member steps aboard a megayacht, ready for his/her newest or perhaps first yachting adventure, the abilities of the captain aren’t …

Latitude Adjustment

In the days and weeks before a boat show, I often dread what’s coming. It means long days on the docks and long evenings in the office creating our …

Latitude Adjustment: Marathon bombings hit close to home

It’s happened again. I get the same feeling when there’s a disaster. I first felt it on Sept. 11, but it’s happened several times since: the …

Dania Cut to add megayacht slips

Dania Cut Superyacht Yard in Ft. Lauderdale has signed an agreement with the property owner at Broward Shipyard to take over some of its slips, meaning that …

Above-average Atlantic hurricane season expected

A team of weather forecasters at Colorado State University predict there will be four major hurricanes in the Atlantic basin this year, an above-average season …

Attracting Super Bowl to cost 21 million

Bringing the 50th Super Bowl to South Florida in 2016 is expected to cost as much as $21 million, according to a Miami Herald investigation. The game — …

Owner behavior can make captains’ job hard

  Running a megayacht takes finesse. There’s a fine line between the owner’s enjoyment of what is hopefully a hobby and the business of …

Star Sapphire doesn’t disappoint

Sometimes, a yacht’s name is pretty clear, honoring a wife or children, or perhaps how the owner’s wealth was acquired.   Sometimes, the name …

Yacht Path seeks bankruptcy protection

The freezing of Yacht Path’s corporate accounts on Feb. 12 started a series of events that ended March 20 when Yacht Path filed for protection from …

Yachts arrested when transport company can’t pay its bills

Since mid-February, the owners of at least 30 private pleasure boats and megayachts have had to pay again the cost of shipping their vessels after the yacht …

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NOAA seeks public input on end of paper charts

NOAA seeks public input on end of paper charts

The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is seeking public feedback on its five-year program to end all raster and …

Yachts Lohengrin and Reflection burn at Universal Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale

Yachts Lohengrin and Reflection burn at Universal Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale

By Dorie Cox M/Y Lohengrin,  a 161-foot Trinity and M/Y Reflection, a 107-foot Christensen burned in a fire that started early in …

From the Bridge: Yachts mix it up with cash, cards, wires, apps

From the Bridge: Yachts mix it up with cash, cards, wires, apps

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox It’s the same on every boat: Money makes the yacht go ’round. Yet, surprisingly, the way money is …

Next up: Triton Networking with Baglietto

Next up: Triton Networking with Baglietto

Triton Networking is excited to visit the offices of one of our newest advertisers, Italian yacht builder Baglietto, on the third …

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