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Crew Coach: Preconceptions are powerful indicator of outcome

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon I know a captain who loves to set up preconceived notions and outcomes in his head. He’s definitely not a law-of-attraction believer, but he…

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Secure at Sea: Disaster response calls for extra steps

Secure@Sea: by Corey D. Ranslem The hurricane season this year hasn’t been particularly busy when it comes to the number of storms and systems, however, it has been devastating for…

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Crew’s Mess: Pork Tacos with Pineapple Salsa

Crew’s Mess: by Capt. John Wampler Mexico is one of my favorite countries to cruise through. There is a distinction between the Caribbean and Pacific sides of the country –…

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Top Shelf: A chef worth his salt sees the curveball coming

Top Shelf: by Chef Tim MacDonald Oh, sole chefs, we all know the scene. The guests have landed after the plane was delayed – not once, but three times –and…

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Marigot has new culinary director

Marigot Bay Resort and Marina on St. Lucia has hired Daniel Echasseriau as director of Food & Beverage and Culinary Operation. Echasseriau brings more than 26 years of experience as…

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Sea Science: Six conditions indicate hurricane on its way

Sea Science: by Jordanna Sheermohamed As we near the end of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, which is June 1-Nov. 30, many wonder how we can become better at predicting cyclones…

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Genesis Interiors, Cantiere Viareggio merge

Fort Lauderdale-based builder Genesis Interiors has recently merged with Cantiere Viareggio in the yacht-building port of Viareggio, Italy. The shipyard, which has more than 50 years of experience in the…

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Engineer’s Angle: Center hurricane prep on self-sufficiency

Engineer’s Angle: by JD Anson The premise of yachting for owners and guests is to experience the beauty of the world and disconnect from stress. But while our “Instagram society”…

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Broker Handle joins CNI

Marc Handle has joined Camper & Nicholsons as a senior sales broker, the company recently announced.  Prior to his 19 years in the superyacht and marine leisure industry, Handle, who…

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Rules of the Road: No exceptions to limits on sulfur

Rules of the Road: Capt. Jake DesVergers There are lots of priorities in yachting: food, drinks, carpets, air conditioning, toys, cleaning supplies – the list is endless and subjective to…

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