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Crew’s Mess: Sweet and Spicy Steak

Crew’s Mess: by Capt. John Wampler In February, my crew and I delivered a 580 Sea Ray from Grand Cayman back to Florida via the Windward Passage route. Because of…

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Top Shelf: Banana-Coconut Bread

Top Shelf: by Chef Tim MacDonald Two quick Wadadils at the Rubis corner gas station and I board the English Harbour-to-St. Johns rocket. Think Gene Wilder’s “Willy Wonka” gondola ride,…

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Sea Sick: Think you’re heart-smart? Take this quiz to find out

When you think of February most people think of Valentine’s Day and the heart. But how much do you really know about your heart? Test your knowledge with this little…

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Culinary Waves: Baking underway can be tricky

Valentine’s Day is here! So whip out those flours, muffin tins and cake pans – but wait, the yacht is leaving and now the weather has turned not so nice.…

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Engineer’s Angle: Don’t get screwed when using fasteners

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Engineer’s Angle: by JD Anson Time and again, cursing and screams can be heard up and down the dock from crew attempting to remove corroded fasteners. Voodoo dolls of previous…

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From the Bridge: Captains navigate complex equation for crew wages

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From the Bridge: by Dorie Cox Yacht captains are familiar with the rates for maintenance, repairs, dockage, insurance and other yacht bills. Budgets are a large part of what they…

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Rules of the Road: NZ considers charter yacht rules for 2021 Cup

Rules of the Road: Capt. Jake DesVergers Maritime New Zealand is currently considering how the regulatory regime will apply to yachts visiting New Zealand for the 36th America’s Cup in…

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MarineMax has new regional manager

MarineMax has named Adam Cooper as general manager of its Massachusetts stores, including MarineMax Russo Danvers, MarineMax Boston and MarineMax Russo Hingham. Cooper began his marine career in the U.S.…

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Stew Cues: Keep New Year’s resolutions on track

Stew Cues: by Alene Keenan Welcome to month two of the new year. On the last day of 2018, when spirits were bright, life seemed full of possibilities and New…

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Miami19: Miami Yacht Show’s move to downtown brings optimism

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By Dorie Cox For most of the past 30 years, yachts tied to docks built along a narrow strip of waterway in Miami Beach for a brokerage show. There were…

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