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Seven-star service starts with well-maintained preference sheets

When it comes to delivering a seamless onboard experience, there’s nothing more valuable than good preference sheets — and yet, they are almost always mismanaged and overlooked.

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Hidden Gems: Florida

Whether on land or on water, it’s all about location, location, location. No matter how spectacular a marina is, if it takes you too far off course, or is just…

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Setting a course for the ‘Inland Seas’

A superyacht journey down the St. Lawrence Seaway offers beautiful scenery with clear, clean waters and endless possibilities for exploration and adventure. Welcome to the Great Lakes!

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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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Yacht Chef Tackles Epic Challenge for a Cause

When it comes to helping others, Chef Helgi Olafson is willing to go the distance — 2,850 miles, to be exact.

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Cyber Crew

How will yachts function 50 years from now, and who — or what — will be working on them? It is 2072 and there are yachts all over the world,…

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Good Galley: Tips on nut allergies, frozen fish

Beware hidden food triggers Did you know the sheen on craisins and other dried fruit is made from sunflower oil? Even someone with nut/seed allergies might not know that. Always…

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CBD: OK for crew?

It’s hip, it’s legal, it’s everywhere — it’s even prescribed by doctors. Beware, says one captain. Here’s what crew should know. CBD. Everyone’s using it, so it’s OK. Right? Not…

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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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Nassau: Nicer than ever

Revamped Hurricane Hole and Prince George Wharf offer more venues and better services.

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