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Newport19: Charter show opens today

Crew from more than 20 yachts worked hard to keep the raindrops at bay at Newport Shipyard this morning as the annual Newport Charter Show opened to brokers, …

Port 32 officially opens

By Dorie Cox A billboard on I-95 southbound has heralded the arrival of a new marina for nearly a year. Now the sign states Port 32 Fort Lauderdale is open for …

Seahaven Superyacht Marina kicks off with Triton networking

The newest marina in South Florida opened its doors to about 200 yacht captains, crew and industry professionals for Triton Networking last night. Attendees …

Triton Networking to visit the new Seahaven Marina

Triton Networking visits South Florida’s newest marina on the third Wednesday in May at Seahaven Superyacht Marina. About four years in the making, the new …

Triton spotted at PBIBS19

The Triton was spotted on the docks during the 34th edition of the Palm Beach International Boat Show. We walked the show, talking with captains and crew to …

PBIBS19: Did you hear that? Quiet comes as generators go from Palm Beach show

By Dorie Cox Engr. Carlos Arias observed a change on his way to work on M/Y Kipany, a 116-foot Intermarine, during the Palm Beach International Boat Show last …

Blue Water launches portable watermaker

Southern California-based Blue Water Desalination (BWD) has unveiled the ClearMate Mobile (CM2) portable dock water filtration system. The CM2 mobile series, …

FLIBS19: New village to fill Pier Sixty-Six South for FLIBS

This fall’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which marks its 60th anniversary, will include a Superyacht Village, a new dedicated marina and on-land …

Front Street owner takes over operations at Cape Charles Yacht Center

Starting this month, boatyard operations at Cape Charles Yacht Center at the mouth of the Chesapeake in Virginia, are controlled by JB Turner, president and …

Fuel, docks in at Port 32 Fort Lauderdale, construction continues

By Dorie Cox Construction continues at Port 32 Fort Lauderdale marina on Fort Lauderdale’s New River. The fuel tanks are in and the in-water phase nears …

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