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Monaco Marine shifts to dual management structure

Monaco Marine, which comprises seven shipyards and one marina from Monaco to Marseille, has announced a new, dual-management structure at its La Seyne-Toulon shipyard. As general project manager, Sean Blair…

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Maritime law firm marks 25th anniversary

Barcelona-based maritime law firm Mestre Abogados marked its 25th anniversary Sept. 19 with an evening party at OneOcean Port Vell. Founded in 1994 by Anna Mestre, the firm specializes in…

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Lots of loading and logistics for crew on M/Y Axis

Update Oct. 1: M/Y Axis continues to make deliveries to the northern Bahamas since Hurricane Dorian hit Abaco and Grand Bahama. Capt. Les Annan and the yacht’s crew have loaded…

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MB92 acquired by investment firm

Barcelona shipyard MB92 has been acquired by a European investment firm. Squircle Capital, a European alternative investment firm focused on private equity and value-add real estate investments, now controls 77.5%…

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Fort Lauderdale train bridge schedule under scrutiny

By Dorie Cox The New River in Fort Lauderdale is a main navigation route for marine traffic that runs between the Intracoastal Waterway and many marine businesses, shipyards and marinas…

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Yacht’s third trip delivers tons of donations after Hurricane Dorian

Story and photos by Dorie Cox; Offload photos from M/Y Axis Update Sept. 10 Capt. Les Annan and the yacht’s crew are preparing M/Y Axis to head back to the…

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Yellowed piping telltale sign exhaust is too hot

By Mike Prado Many times when we visit yachts at the marinas and shipyards, we see that the main engine and generator exhaust wet section’s piping and mufflers, which are…

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Better berths ahead: South Florida marinas, yards growing

By Dorie Cox Larger, deeper, fancier – that’s the goal as marinas and shipyards in South Florida spend billions on dredging, new docks and treadmills for clubhouse gyms, just in…

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Yacht service tech program to train next generation

Florida’s first registered yacht service technician apprenticeship is underway and seeks an instructor for the program to prepare future generations for work in the yachting sector. The Marine Industries Association…

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Roscioli gives this reporter a second chance to make a first impression

In mid April, we received a press release to let us know that South Florida shipyard founder Bob Roscioli was about to get an award. My first reaction was: Big…

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