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U.S.-based seaplane picks up yacht passengers in Cuba

By Dorie Cox Private yacht guests in Cuba were picked up by a seaplane in what Cuban officials call the first seaplane landing in more than 60 years. Pacific Bound…

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Fuel, docks in at Port 32 Fort Lauderdale, construction continues

By Dorie Cox Construction continues at Port 32 Fort Lauderdale marina on Fort Lauderdale’s New River. The fuel tanks are in and the in-water phase nears completion, according to Bruce…

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Christensen Shipyard warranty manager dies

By Dorie Cox Christensen Shipyard’s yard captain and warranty/quality control department manager Michael Magee died on Jan. 30 at his home in Vancouver, Washington. He began at Christensen Shipyards in…

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London marina installs Seabins

St. Katharine Docks in central London, managed by Camper & Nicholsons Marinas, has recently installed three Seabins as part of an environmental initiative, according to a marina press release. “We…

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Port Louis Marina set to expand

Port Louis Marina in Grenada, which currently has 160 berths for vessels of up to 295 feet (90m), plans to add two new piers with 90 berths, ranging from 39…

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New Florida governor orders water protection policies

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed an executive order for policy reforms and funding to protect the state’s water quality and natural resources. “The protection of water resources is one of…

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Turkey marina supports squid population

Camper & Nicholsons’ Cesme Marina in Turkey has joined “The Squid Project,” a civic initiative to address the dwindling squid population due to pollution and over-harvesting in the waters around…

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Benetti launches first of three gigayachts

In December, Benetti launched the biggest motoryacht ever built in Italy by a private shipyard. The 351-foot (107m) FB277 is powered by a diesel-electric propulsion system. The yacht’s interiors and…

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