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Hidden Gems: Cambridge

Sponsored Content What boaters find when they arrive in Cambridge, is a wonderfully boatable, friendly and walkable city. What often surprises, and always delights them, is the contagious energy of…

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GPS Week Number Rollover

Furuno units may need an update or replacement after this phenomenon that happens every 19.6 years.

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READY, SET, GO! Refits are Like Marathons

A successful refit requires that you hit the ground running and maintain a steady pace.

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Crew Share Horror Stories of Yard Work Gone Wrong

Have a story of your own? Send it to Crew@TritonNews.com.

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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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AMI recognizes newly certified marina managers and operators

CMMs and CMOs honored at the AMI Conference & Expo Fort Lauderdale, FL—The Association of Marina Industries (AMI) Training Institute held its awards ceremony for  new Certified Marina Managers (CMMs)…

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Chief Engineer Hector Arceo Real

  How did you get into yachting? I started working on small tourist boats from 1975 to 1985 as an engineer. We used to take 300 people from Puerto Vallarta,…

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Making the Grade

A new yacht training facility in Fort Lauderdale aims to better prepare novice crew. As a yacht captain, Brian Muston used to ask his departing crew, “How was it? Was…

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From the Bridge: Captains consider future of yachting

What will it be like to command a yacht 50 years from now? This month, Triton gathered with a small group of captains to talk about the future of yachting.…

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Turning back time

Deckhands Andrew Van Rhyn and Ryan Pretorius operate the antiquated emergency steering system aboard M/Y Itasca during a drill. In order for that old wheel behind the stack on the…

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