Career

Ask Bugsy!

My chief stew micromanages everything us girls do. She doesn’t trust us to make a table setting, sort laundry, set up a cabin, and she tosses out any ideas we…

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Refit Etiquette for Contractors

Whether contractors get the next job may depend on how their workers conduct themselves on board.

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KICKER® Marine Audio Renews Sponsorship with Pro Angler Scott Martin

KICKER powers Martin’s soundtrack for the Bassmaster Elite Tour and the Scott Martin Challenge TV Show FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Stillwater, OK — KICKER Marine Audio is pleased to announce the…

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Chief Engineer Hector Arceo Real

  How did you get into yachting? I started working on small tourist boats from 1975 to 1985 as an engineer. We used to take 300 people from Puerto Vallarta,…

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Making the Grade

A new yacht training facility in Fort Lauderdale aims to better prepare novice crew. As a yacht captain, Brian Muston used to ask his departing crew, “How was it? Was…

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Got some free time? Volunteer!

Fort Lauderdale offers many opportunities for its crew community to step up and pitch in.

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Phil Purcell is the man at the helm

While he jests that he might have chosen truck driving or log-house building as alternative livelihoods, Purcell’s career in the yachting industry spans more than 30 years.

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The ‘perfect time’ to transition out of yachting never comes

There were more than a few life lessons in store when a yacht chef found herself trying to open a cafe in England while on charter season in the Caribbean…

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Crazy Lark Becomes an Adventure to Cherish for a Yacht Chef and Her Dad

Ever done a little online shopping after opening a bottle of wine? Ever end up buying something really frivolous? What about an ambulance?

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Fraser founder dies at 99

Global yacht brokerage firm Fraser announced last week that its founder, David L. Fraser, passed away peacefully on Jan. 6. He was 99.  A born salesman with a lifetime love…

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