Captains

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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Mining Buoy Data: There’s more to it than you think

Many are familiar with the wave height and wind speed data that buoys provide, but another derived parameter of valuable insight to alert captains of approaching sea state conditions is also available: spectral wave energy.

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Russian-owned yachts stuck in muddied legal waters

What can and will happen to oligarch-owned vessels is open to interpretation and likely to have far-reaching consequences.

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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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New technology in fin stabilizers

When you think of cutting- edge technology, stabilization products typically aren’t the first thing that comes to mind. However, this type of technology has come a long way over the past few years, including game-changing new systems from Quantum Stabilizers.

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Setting a course for the ‘Inland Seas’

A superyacht journey down the St. Lawrence Seaway offers beautiful scenery with clear, clean waters and endless possibilities for exploration and adventure. Welcome to the Great Lakes!

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Yacht transport in high demand, despite cargo competition

Here are some pointers to keep in mind. Moving yachts across oceans via transport ships has certainly grown in popularity over the years. For new yachts, this may be the…

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Ciguatera Warning: Certain carnivorous reef fish can poison diners

Ciguatera toxins have no cure, aren't killed by cooking, and can't be detected by texture, taste, or smell. If you don't want to get this type of food poisoning, don't eat big fish caught in warm water.

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Pelagic permits

Permits and catch reports can be processed online by NOAA Fisheries. NOAA Fisheries, also known as the National Marine Fisheries Service, is an office of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric…

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The Tech Edge

Up-to-date navigation charts and hi-res data offer well-connected anglers an advantage. It is no secret that fishermen are, well, secretive — and superstitious. So it should come as no surprise…

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