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Crew comment on dockage and marinas

Captains and crew have some advice for marina designers and operators.   They need to have outboard pilings or dolphins to pull the yacht off the dock on …

Captains and crew comment on onboard security cameras

What do captains and crew really think about onboard security cameras: Once people start getting into private time and areas, cameras need to go. No spying is …

Triton Survey: Crew weigh in on security cameras

The idea of security cameras on a yacht is nothing new. They help manage operations, keeping an eye on that towed tender or the engine room when crew are small …

Triton Survey comments

Yacht captains shared these thoughts and words of advice about owning real estate in yachting. (Read entire survey here.) Go ahead do so as soon as possible as …

Triton Survey: Crew invest in real estate

Five years ago, we conducted a survey that asked captains and crew how they defined “home”. We were curious if it was the yacht, or some land-based …

Triton Survey: Crew do stand watch onboard

When it comes to standing watch, yacht crew know what to do, despite what some old-time sailors think. This month’s survey idea come in from a business …

Be ready when job offer comes

We asked captains for their advice on how potential crew can be better prepared to apply for a job on their yacht. Here’s what they said. Don’t try to …

Survey responses for watch duty onboard

A few more descriptions of what crew are to do while on watch: Underway watch. Primary Watchkeeper: eyes out the windshields, eyes on the navigation and other …

Triton Survey: Where the yachts are

As South Florida prepared for two boat shows over as many months this spring, shipyards around Ft. Lauderdale have been busy, which isn’t completely …

Triton survey: We ask about summer plans

It’s always tricky asking this question at a boat show, when it’s never sure what the day will bring. Yet we do it every show in the hopes that the …

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