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One captain’s mission to ‘bullet proof’ his A/C system

After more than 30 years playing with, working on and running boats in several sectors of the maritime industry, one thing about yachting made Capt. Herb Magney nuts: how the…

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Industry update offered at USVI charter show

The Virgin Island Professional Charter Association (VIPCA), organizers of the annual USVI Charter Yacht Show set for Nov. 12-15, will host an industry update seminar both in person and live-streamed…

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News in the fleet: New 50m Heesen sold; Il Gattopardo listed

Yachts sold Project Triton, a 50m Heesen, by Denison broker David Johnson, who brought the buyer, and Thom Conboy, who represented Heesen. M/Y Tremenda, a 127-foot (38.5m) yacht built by…

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Miami21: Miami Yacht Show postponed

Organizers of the Miami Yacht Show, the in-water brokerage show held in February each year, have postponed the show to a date yet to be determined, according to a story…

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Bahamas tweaks arrival procedures, adds fee

Editor’s Note: Scroll down for more COVID-related news. Beginning tomorrow, the new entry requirements for visitors and residents of the Bahamas include: A COVID-19 PCR test within 5 days of…

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FLIBS20: U.S. summer busy as COVID kept yachts close

During its annual meeting yesterday during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the U.S. Superyacht Association shared data and reports that showed U.S. destinations had a record year. Bert Fowles,…

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USSA continues mission of speaking for large yacht sector in US

By Kitty McGowan The year was 2006, in the epicenter of the superyacht industry in the United States — Fort Lauderdale, Florida. There was a lack of a unified voice…

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FLIBS20: Crew smile for sunny Day 2

Crew on the roughly 30 crewed yachts in the 61st annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show today kept busy with lots of tours, guests and brokers. Many also took the…

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Miami boat show cancelled

The Miami International Boat Show, the show owned by the National Marine Manufacturers Association and held on Virginia Key, has been cancelled for 2021. It is typically held over Presidents…

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Publisher’s Point: A transition, a rebirth in the time of COVID

The first Triton published since March in on the streets. COVID-19 hit our small business hard, but unlike many others, we could pivot to the digital world and continue covering…

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