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Culinary Waves: Chefs play major role in crew happiness

As the saying goes: happy wife, happy life. The same goes for our crew. The chef plays an important role onboard a vessel: keeping the “wife” (i.e., crew) …

Owner’s View: The essence of command

Owner’s View: by Melvyn Miller The hardest thing to teach new managers is that the essence of management is to convince or coerce subordinates to do that …

Culinary Waves: How to clean your galley

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson Cleaning the galley usually begins with either a special cloth (eco-friendly versus paper towels) and a spray …

Top Shelf: Cooking for the boss, no matter what

Top Shelf: by Chef Timothy MacDonald Often, we see in employment ads “American home cooking, midwest style, meat-and-potatoes”. There seems to be two sides …

Owner’s View: We are not all the same

Owner’s View: by Melvyn Miller I have found it difficult to describe an average owner of a crewed yacht, but I understand the temptation to stereotype …

Culinary Waves: Raise the health bar on board

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson As yacht chefs, our goal is to present award-winning cuisine – but not with the added fat, calories and …

Culinary Waves: Nutrition, time management, sanitation courses boost chefs’ CVs

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson Just as captains and all deck crew need to take courses to maintain their licenses on board, chefs need to …

Culinary Waves: Chefs can stay at the top of their game with a little due diligence

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson While in the galley this coming year, do your due diligence to keep yourself abreast of the changes in the …

Meet our Triton Networking hosts: Culinary Convenience

Next Triton Event: Jan. 15 Kick off the new decade with a focus on building your network of colleagues by attending Triton Networking on the third Wednesday in …

Top Shelf: ‘Breakfast Queen’ key to impressive buffet

Top Shelf: by Chef Tim MacDonald There is no more important session on charter than the breakfast session. It may be true to say that easy points are scored …

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Owner’s View: The essence of command

Owner’s View: The essence of command

Owner’s View: by Melvyn Miller The hardest thing to teach new managers is that the essence of management is to convince or coerce …

Top Shelf: Cooking for the boss, no matter what

Top Shelf: Cooking for the boss, no matter what

Top Shelf: by Chef Timothy MacDonald Often, we see in employment ads “American home cooking, midwest style, meat-and-potatoes”. …

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A look at and inside Pendennis

A look at and inside Pendennis

Let us first set the scene, as the location of this shipyard is very much a part of its DNA. Cornwall is a county in England, right at the …

Canadian Maritimes offer secluded cruising

Canadian Maritimes offer secluded cruising

As the nations of the world began to close down this spring, many captains and charter managers began looking for alternative cruising …

From the Bridge: Captains offer tips on how to start, grow and make it in yachting

From the Bridge: Captains offer tips on how to start, grow and make it in yachting

COVID has changed everything about yachting. Cruising grounds closed; cruising itself was severely limited. Onboard operations changed in …

One captain’s mission to ‘bullet proof’ his A/C system

One captain’s mission to ‘bullet proof’ his A/C system

After more than 30 years playing with, working on and running boats in several sectors of the maritime industry, one thing about yachting …