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Large yachts can now carry US flag

Americans who own yachts larger than 300 GT can now flag them in the U.S., thanks to an amendment included on a bill signed Aug. 13 by U.S. President Donald …

Fort Lauderdale charter, Water Taxi captain killed by train

Capt. John Burgess of Fort Lauderdale was found dead after being hit by a train in downtown Fort Lauderdale on Aug. 11. He had a boat charter business and was …

Road bridge collapse kills dozens in Genoa

At least 20 people are dead and more are injured after a bridge collapsed near the port city of Genoa, Italy this morning. About 260 feet of the Morandi Bridge …

Train offers app, website for New River bridge schedule

Brightline, the only privately owned, operated and maintained passenger rail system in the U.S., has launched two new resources for mariners interested in the …

Bluewater teams up with sailing event to ditch the plastic

Sharing a pledge to turn the tide on the plastic tsunami threatening the planet, Bluewater has donated hydration stations to be used at each leg of the 52 …

New edition of NOAA’s US Coast Pilot available

The first volume of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration U.S. Coast Pilot (Vol. 1, 48th edition, 2018) is now available. It includes the …

Popular yacht crew ‘dive bar’ to close after 23 years

By Dorie Cox Jeff Rudd looked for a place to move his “dive bar”. But, realistically, he cannot. He has run the The Treasure Trove, a neighborhood bar and …

Equanimity to be handed over to Malaysia

The M/Y Equanimity, a 300-foot (92m) Oceanco seized in February off Bali after its owner, a Malaysian financier known as Joh Low, was accused of buying the …

ICW dredging planned

Efforts by the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association have helped add $25 million in supplemental disaster funds to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ …

Waxy closed for renovations

Now that the FIFA World Cup matches are over, Waxy O’Connor’s Irish Pub on Southeast 17th Street in Fort Lauderdale has temporarily closed for a major …

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Yacht crew with B1/B2 visas excluded from US entry ban

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Fire destroys Sunseeker in Bahamas

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Triton Survey: Will you attend FLIBS?

Triton Survey: Will you attend FLIBS?

The latest results on our industry-wide survey: Will you attend FLIBS? 457 people have responded. More than half (55.58%) said they …

Triton’s new Captains Council draws high marks

Triton’s new Captains Council draws high marks

Publisher’s Point: by Lucy Chabot Reed Since COVID-19 set in, we have been unable to host our regular monthly in-person networking …

Girl power: Back-to-back river trips leave their mark

Girl power: Back-to-back river trips leave their mark

By Lucy Chabot Reed Capt. Kelly Gordon and her crew aboard the 75-Sunseeker M/Y Corporate Retreat had just come the long way around …

Unforgettable captain dies

Unforgettable captain dies

By Lucy Chabot Reed Capt. Christopher Hezelgrave, skipper of the 137-foot (42m) Royal Denship M/Y Unforgettable, has died of the …