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New Year, New Regulations

As the New Year comes along, so does a new set of requirements issued by various regulatory bodies. All yachts, including private, limited charter, and commercial, will see several new rules enter into force.

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Northwest Passage on your bucket list?

Chief Officer Rob MacDonell of M/Y Blue Moon offers a rundown on how to prepare for the Northwest passage based on his experience as a passagemaker.

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Lean Green Machines

Toys are crucial to making charters exciting, but they're not always the most eco-friendly. These innovative toys are offering new eco-friendly ways to play.

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Tips for Temps: Filling in like a pro

Find yourself joining a yacht program that's already underway? Here's how to show you're a pro.

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Chef Danny Davies Delves Into Favorite Hacks for Simplifying Wine Sourcing for Your Next Charter

Don’t miss this fun episode of the Behind the Line about wine, food, traveling and the great ways working with Premier Cellars can save you time and money while earning…

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Bareboaters, beware!

Bareboat chartering your vessel might sound like an easy way to make some money, but there are considerable legal ramifications and procedural hoops to jump through to do it lawfully. Here's how to do it without finding yourself in trouble.

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Seven-star service starts with well-maintained preference sheets

When it comes to delivering a seamless onboard experience, there’s nothing more valuable than good preference sheets — and yet, they are almost always mismanaged and overlooked.

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Hidden Gems: Florida

Whether on land or on water, it’s all about location, location, location. No matter how spectacular a marina is, if it takes you too far off course, or is just…

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Setting a course for the ‘Inland Seas’

A superyacht journey down the St. Lawrence Seaway offers beautiful scenery with clear, clean waters and endless possibilities for exploration and adventure. Welcome to the Great Lakes!

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Refit Etiquette for Contractors

Whether contractors get the next job may depend on how their workers conduct themselves on board.

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