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Monaco19: Captains want to be part of noise pollution solution

By Lucy Chabot Reed Several captains stepped forward during a discussion yesterday about how noise pollution in the oceans impacts marine life to offer their support collecting data. After hearing…

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Engineer’s Angle: Centrifuge fuel purifiers avert catastrophic engine damage

Engineer’s Angle: by JD Anson There are two main ways dirt gets inside an engine. Each is bad. One is through the air intakes, hence the big filters before the…

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From the Bridge: Know-it-alls? Maybe, but captains ask when answers elude

From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox Individual comments are not attributed to encourage candid discussion; attending captains are identified in the accompanying photograph. What do yacht captains do when they…

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Yellowed piping telltale sign exhaust is too hot

By Mike Prado Many times when we visit yachts at the marinas and shipyards, we see that the main engine and generator exhaust wet section’s piping and mufflers, which are…

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Balance Below: Surveys, alignments keep machinery in top shape

Balance Below: Rich Merhige Keeping vessel machinery aligned cannot be underestimated. Alignment on yachts typically refers to shaft alignment – the positioning of two machines so the shaft centerlines of…

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Cairns’ BSE launches lift

ART: MARINA BSE Mitchell (1) —– If need more use MARINA BSE Mitchell (4) and (3) CUT: PHOTOS/BRIAN AND SUE MITCHELL BSE Cairns Slipways launched what they describe as the…

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Junior Achievement’s Sea the World unveils for next generations

With an eye to inspiring future generations, members of the marine industry businesses in South Florida have built “Sea the World,” a storefront that will be visited by more than…

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Ocean Link certified by Böning

Ocean Link, a Rhode Island-based marine plumbing retailer and service provider, is now certified by the Böning Group, of Germany, to sell, service and install ship automation products. Available products…

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Valencia yard to add 300-ton travel lift

Spanish refit and repair yard Varadero Valencia has added a 300-ton travel lift that will hoist yachts up to 147 feet (45m) with a 29-foot (9m) beam and maximum draft…

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PBIBS19: Fish first, yacht second on Mary P

By Dorie Cox Three yacht crew sit casually on the transom of the 122-foot Trinity sportfish yacht. A drawing of the yacht profile is printed above the name Mary P…

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