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Don’t overlook the obvious: Anchor maintenance tips

Making sure anchor gear stays in top shape is vital, because anchor failure never happens at a convenient time!

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’Tis the season for wintertime trades

Winter is here, bringing enhanced east-northeast trade winds to the Caribbean. Here is what you need to know about them.

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Circadian Rhythms vs. Duty Roster

Aligning crew's circadian rhythms with their work schedule improves physical safety and mental health.

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Wonder Woman at Work: Chef Myria Tisch

Chef Myria Tisch has found a creative way to fuse two passions: food and fitness. Check out highlights of the latest episode of Chef Danny Davies' "Behind the Line."

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New Year, New Regulations

As the New Year comes along, so does a new set of requirements issued by various regulatory bodies. All yachts, including private, limited charter, and commercial, will see several new rules enter into force.

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When crew are not crew, and other rules

Officers from the U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security answered questions regarding yacht and crew entries at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

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A feast for the eyes

An extraordinary tablescape sets the mood for a wonderful meal and keeps guests engaged throughout charters.

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Proper toolkits are uncommon

Multi-million dollar boats are stocked with everything you can imagine, except proper toolkits.

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Chefs to the rescue!

After Hurricane Ian brought destruction southwest Florida, longtime yacht chef Adrienne Gang helped serve over 640,000 meals to impacted communities.

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Word on the docks: How dockmasters and captains can work better together

Dockmasters tell Triton that slight changes in a captain's docking routine could make all the difference for both parties. Here are their suggestions.

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