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PBIBS20: Sound of horns to start virtual Palm Beach show

The first ever virtual Palm Beach International Boat Show will open on Thursday at 10 a.m. with a sounding of vessel horns from across the county. Marinas, …

Manager offers voyage planning tips not to forget

The yacht managers at Dayboard Maritime of South Florida offered some tips for captains and vessel operators preparing to move as some countries appear poised …

Yacht captains share what COVID-19 has done to their world

By Dorie Cox and Lucy Chabot Reed As information changes quickly for yacht crew in a COVID-19-pandemic world, The Triton reached out to hear from the captains …

Uniform company stays busy making face masks

By Lucy Chabot Reed South Florida uniform company Zeidel & Co. has begun making and donating face masks to a local hospital. “They aren’t surgical …

Marine update: Broward exempts some maritime movement from closures

By Dorie Cox Some aspects of maritime movement are exempt from recent Broward County closures for non-essential activity in South Florida. The emergency order …

Yacht owner donates tender to Bahamas relief

The Klump Family Foundation, whose principals own the 142-foot (43m) M/Y Far From It, donated a tender this morning to M/V Pacific Hope, the 179-foot (54m) …

Miami20: Location, storage, crew comfort top list to sell to U.S. market

By Dorie Cox As the Miami Yacht show ramped up speed on the shore of downtown Miami in mid-February, yacht brokers and industry vendors hoped to make 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 …

Triton Spotted in Marsh Harbour

Capt. Wendy G. Umla packed a Triton among hurricane relief supplies delivered by DC3 airplane to Marsh Harbour, Abaco Islands, Bahamas, in November. Capt. …

FLIBS19: Yacht Chandlers party raises $19k for SOS Foundation

By Dorie Cox Fort Lauderdale-based Yacht Chandlers raised $19,000 for charity during the company’s annual boat show party in November.  Yacht captains, …

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