Victoria, British Columbia, a small Canadian city on the Pacific coast of North America, has spent the first two decades of the 21st century molding itself into a diverse regional…
Modifications that don’t account for regulations can be disastrous on budget, time, future use and resale value.
Refits have always been problematic, but the fallout from COVID has only made them more complicated than ever.
Story first reported by the Majorca Daily Bulletin: https://www.majorcadailybulletin.com/news/local/2022/02/27/97863/ukrainian-arrested-mallorca-for-attempting-sink-russian-yacht.html A Ukrainian national, accused of attempting to sink a Russian-owned yacht, is reportedly headed to Ukraine to fight alongside his countrymen…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FT. LAUDERDALE, FL – The highly acclaimed “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!” (LLGF) educational series is pleased to welcome the Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida as a major partner.…
Revamped Hurricane Hole and Prince George Wharf offer more venues and better services.
Pollution, Covid and more frequent stops were among the top concerns among captains and crew in attendance.
Foreign-flagged charter yachts over 24 meters can now legally charter in Costa Rica’s waters simply by obtaining a renewable yearly license, providing proper documentation, and paying a modest 2.5% of the charter fee.
Delays, cancellations, restrictions, closures, quarantines, and last-minute changes have become the norm in the past 18 months. For crew, the fallout has been immense.
On almost a daily basis, new rules are implemented or existing rules are modified with little to no notice, creating chaos for crew and endless problems for itinerary planning, owner’s use, and charters.