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Lionfish Challenge eliminates 23,000 fish

During the fourth annual Lionfish Challenge, held May 18 to Sept. 2, 23,451 lionfish were taken out of the ocean. There were 349 people registered for the …

NOAA installs new bridge clearance system on Delaware Memorial Bridge

NOAA recently installed a new sensor on the Delaware Memorial Bridge that helps ships navigate safely underneath. The Delaware Memorial Bridge connects …

USCG seeks comment on e-charts

The U.S. Coast Guard has issued a notice requesting comments on Navigation and Vessel Inspection Circular 01-16 Change 2 — Use of Electronic Charts and …

No injuries in 125-foot Westport crash into dock

By Dorie Cox A new 125-foot Westport yacht ran into a dock Port Angeles Boat Haven in Port Angeles, Washington, on Monday (Oct. 7). Property damage was …

Ørsted, GE announce plans for wind farms off U.S. coast

Danish renewable energy company Ørsted has announced plans to build two wind farms in U.S. waters off the coasts of Maryland and New Jersey using the …

And still we go … yachts help Bahamas after Dorian

Following are just a few of the yacht and crew stories we heard about. Share your stories at editor@the-triton.com. M/Y Short Story, a 116-foot Lazzara, had …

Second weather system ‘steered’, stalled Dorian

By Amanda Delaney Forecasting for Hurricane Dorian’s track was a challenge, especially once the system moved into the Eastern Caribbean Sea.  Dry air and, …

Lots of loading and logistics for crew on M/Y Axis

Update Oct. 1: M/Y Axis continues to make deliveries to the northern Bahamas since Hurricane Dorian hit Abaco and Grand Bahama. Capt. Les Annan and the …

Monaco19: Making slow progress in U.S. visa, entry challenge

By Lucy Chabot Reed The people who navigate the field between non-U.S. yacht crew and U.S. immigration officials offered several hopeful messages at a seminar …

Manager starts placement program

By Lucy Chabot Reed Fort Lauderdale-based yacht management company Reardon Yacht Consulting has launched a pilot program to offer crew placement for a flat …

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Triton Networking returns to Sirocco Marine in March

Triton Networking returns to Sirocco Marine in March

The Triton hosts its monthly networking events on the first and third Wednesdays of every month during season, and always from 6-8 p.m. …

Triton networks with Lewis Marine

Triton networks with Lewis Marine

Nearly 250 yacht captains, crew and industry folks stopped by Triton Networking with Lewis Marine Supply last night to check out the …

Dublin’s warm Irish welcome begins with the Dun Laoghaire Marina

Dublin’s warm Irish welcome begins with the Dun Laoghaire Marina

By Alison Gardner During an August visit to Ireland last year, I stopped by the country’s largest marina where superyachts tie up …

New shiplift in, construction underway at RMK

New shiplift in, construction underway at RMK

Story and photos by Dorie Cox Construction and upgrades at RMK Merrill-Stevens Shipyard are nearly complete, with a grand reopening of …

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