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Northwest Passage on your bucket list?

Chief Officer Rob MacDonell of M/Y Blue Moon offers a rundown on how to prepare for the Northwest passage based on his experience as a passagemaker.

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Russian superyachts protected from sanctions in Turkey

Analysis from the Times has found at least 13 yachts in Turkey linked to sanctions, finding safety in the country's first "mega-yacht-only marina."

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Grand Opening of Universal Tenders & Universal Suzuki Marine

Universal Tenders started over 1 year ago from request/suggestion of yacht Captains who, while doing their seasonal maintenance on their yacht, didn’t have enough crew and time to rehabilitate their…

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Bareboaters, beware!

Bareboat chartering your vessel might sound like an easy way to make some money, but there are considerable legal ramifications and procedural hoops to jump through to do it lawfully. Here's how to do it without finding yourself in trouble.

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Battle of the Batteries: Which is right for the job?

Flooded lead acid, AGM, and lithium batteries are three of the most popular batteries for yachts, but how do you know which is best for you? Here's a breakdown of which battery you should pick depending on your ship's needs.

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Quick-thinking crew tackle fire in marina office

Deckhand Joshua Hageman was working on board the 194-foot (59m) M/Y Imagine while docked at the Marigot Bay Yacht Haven marina on St. Lucia when he saw thick black smoke…

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Seizure, Sanctions & Secrecy: The collateral impact on crew

Russia’s war on Ukraine and the resulting sanctions on many Russian-owned yachts have had hard and varied consequences for this industry. Triton asked captains and crew how the fallout has affected them personally.

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JPMA Announce New Partnerships During Monaco Yacht Show 2022

John Percival Marine Associates today announced three new partnerships with Nautilus International, MarSAR International and SEACertify. 

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Aurelia’s 100% Hydrogen Powered Design Awarded RINA Approval

Aurelia Green Ship Concept Design has unveiled a new design with 100% hydrogen propulsion, which challenges the future of the green design business. The Certificate of Approval in Principle has…

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Emissions From Viking Line’s Vessels Have Decreased by a Third In 15 Years

Over the past 15 years, Viking Line has succeeded in reducing carbon dioxide emissions from its vessels by nearly a third. Environmental investments have been made in the Baltic Sea’s…

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