engineers

Engineer’s Angle: Transition to LED system easy

Engineer’s Angle: by JD Anson Years ago, yacht designers and builders had a range of lighting choices, bulbs of every shape and size – but always incandescent. This is where…

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Meet the hosts of our Next Triton Event: Maritime Marine

Triton Networking continues on the second Wednesday in December with long-time advertiser Maritime Marine, shore power and switchboard specialists.  All Triton readers are welcome to join us for an island-themed…

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Engineer’s Angle: Fuel for both yacht, tender attractive

Engineer’s Angle: JD Anson Whether taking the boss shopping in St. Tropez or dragging kids for miles on a banana in the Bahamas, tenders are indispensable to today’s yachting scene.…

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Captain’s creativity protects engine investment

By Capt. Rocka Romcke I don’t think any engineer would disagree that to maximize engine performance, we need to give it clean fuel, clean air and clean oil. Years ago,…

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Engineer’s Angle: Center hurricane prep on self-sufficiency

Engineer’s Angle: by JD Anson The premise of yachting for owners and guests is to experience the beauty of the world and disconnect from stress. But while our “Instagram society”…

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Monaco19: Captains seek services, consistency in St. Maarten

By Dorie Cox Capt. Trevor Weaver of M/Y Sirona III started small on his wish list when asked what he and his crew look for during visits to St. Maarten.…

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Bradford’s Paul Engle retires

By Dorie Cox After 26 years at Bradford Marine, former president Paul Engle has retired. He was at the helm of the Fort Lauderdale shipyard through many changes, including expansion…

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Feadship develops alternate treatment for NOx emissions

Feadship has created a new technology to reduce nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions from diesel propulsion engines on yachts.  Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems currently in use to bring engines into…

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Newport19: Deck crew fill fenders, arrange flowers, hop, fly drones

Captains, deck crew and engineers faced four challenges of competition during the Newport Charter Yacht Show last week.  They were recognized in specific categories, but overall prizes were awarded with…

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Engineers sync skills, value in growing ETO field

By Dorie Cox Six yacht engineers sit flanked by electrical schematics, equations on a whiteboard, and loads of black boxes and screens in a bright, cold classroom. They gaze off…

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