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Former captain joins CNI as broker in Phuket

Sebastien Bernard has joined Camper & Nicholsons Asia as a sales broker based in Phuket, Thailand. Originally from Brittany, France, Bernard’s experience includes 11 years as a yacht captain and…

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Triton Networking after FLIBS with Universal Marine Center

Triton Networking returns to Universal Marine Center on the first Wednesday in November with co-hosts Ronnie’s Custom Carpet Cleaning. The old Greek yard has been revamped over the past four…

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North Sails hires senior sail designer

Glenn Cook has joined North Sails as senior sail designer. He will be focused primarily on bringing his experience and skill set to the preliminary design and engineering stages for…

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Monaco Marine shifts to dual management structure

Monaco Marine, which comprises seven shipyards and one marina from Monaco to Marseille, has announced a new, dual-management structure at its La Seyne-Toulon shipyard. As general project manager, Sean Blair…

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Triton Networking to visit Yacht Management

For our first Triton Networking event in October, we visit that off-the-beaten path yard run by Yacht Management South Florida. Across the canal from Bradford Marine, Yacht Management not only…

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New shiplift at MB92 open

MB92 Barcelona has announced that its new 4,800-ton shiplift is open for business, with the first haul outs successfully completed in August.  Located in the heart of the port of…

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Yacht designer Claudette Bonville dies

Award-winning yacht designer Claudette K. Bonville, of Fort Lauderdale-based Claudette Bonville Associates (CBA), died July 16 after an eight-year battle with breast cancer, according to a company announcement. She was 66.…

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ITS sells U.S. operations

By Lucy Chabot Reed After 34 years, Richard Perkins has sold the U.S. operations of his company, Interior Technology Services, which cleans interior fabrics on yachts. He has relocated full…

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U.S. designates new marine highway projects

Marine Highway Routes are navigable waterways that provide better options for moving freight and passengers, and a recent move by MARAD, the Maritime Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation,…

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Wine speaks to yacht captain, leads to Italian vineyard

By Capt. Jay Kimmal I’m sitting on the Italian Riviera managing a refit in Loano, but instead of heading to the local version of the Blue Lady or La Grotte,…

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