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Hurricane Dorian

Owners step up to help

By Lucy Chabot Reed The Klump Family Foundation and the Far From It family have donated $250,000 to the Discovery Land Co. Foundation in support of its …

Yacht joins canine crusade after Hurricane Dorian

By Dorie Cox When the large door opened on the stern of the 240-foot yacht, 50 furry faces stared out at the volunteers on the dock. Just a day before, these …

Yacht transports chefs to feed thousands after Hurricane Dorian

By Dorie Cox It is hard to see M/Y Global. The 220-foot Shadow Marine boat is on the facedock at Pier 66 South in Fort Lauderdale, tied below the looming 17th …

Motoryacht Loon arrives at Marsh Harbour after Hurricane Dorian

By Dorie Cox UPDATE: Thurs. Sept. 5Capt. Paul Clarke shared a drone photo from yesterday afternoon. The image shows M/Y Loon from high above, alone in the …

Still a hurricane, Dorian begins move toward US coast

By Dorie Cox UPDATE Sept. 3 at 5:30 p.m. The Port of Miami, Miami River, and Port Everglades are safe for marine traffic and operations and the Captain of the …

Yachties mobilize to help Bahamas

Numerous private groups, marine businesses and aid organizations have rallied to offer help to the Bahamiam islands affected by Hurricane Dorian over the past …

Hurricane Dorian’s slow crawl halts communication with Bahamas

By Dorie Cox UPDATE Sept. 3 Communication with employees in the Bahamas has declined during slow-moving Hurricane Dorian, according to Michael Kelly, president …

The Virgin Islands weather Hurricane Dorian

By Carol Bareuther Four days prior to Dorian blowing over the U.S. Virgin Islands, the soon-to-be Category 1 hurricane was barely a blip on the weather radar. …

Crew gather for hurricane watch barbecue at Bradford

Yacht captains and crew, along with employees, met for a barbecue at tonight’s Storm Watch BBQ on the patio at Bradford Marine in Fort Lauderdale. An 11 p.m. …

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Yacht broker and former Capt. David Nichols took a trip to Ecuador last month, and brought his Triton along.  “In Quito, it has 12 …