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Crew’s Mess: Sesame Ginger Beef Stir-Fry

Crew’s Mess: by Capt. John Wampler One would think that stir-fry cooking dates back to China’s earliest history, but that’s not the case. Historians think that during the Han Dynasty…

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Culinary Waves: For best gluten-free baking, stock up on flour-starch blends

Culinary Waves: Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson Gluten-free baking is not a one-flour-fits-all endeavor. But do we really have to keep all those different flours on board? Well, it really…

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Top Shelf: So Fran macrobiotic salad

Top Shelf: by Chef Tim MacDonald “Tell him to study macrobiotic,” shouted the boss down the line to the captain while giving food preferences. On hearing the instructions, I immediately had…

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Secure at Sea: Yachts tempt thieves, especially in South Florida

Secure@Sea: by Corey Ranslem “I can’t believe that happened!” That’s usually the response you get when you hear about the theft of a yacht. Yachts are tempting targets for thieves.…

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Engineer’s Angle: Energy efficiency may damage generator; load banks help

Engineer’s Angle: by JD Anson As climate change has a growing effect on our planet, we try to do the right thing by becoming more energy conscious. The most popular…

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Crew Coach: Not listening biggest part of communication breakdown

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon Good communication – healthy communication – is so important to relationships, both professional and personal, yet it remains elusive and a struggle for many.…

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The Agent’s Corner: Navigate the alphabet soup of US visas

The Agent’s Corner: by Deb Radtke It’s the time of year when many large yachts are heading to the United States and we are getting a lot of inquiries regarding…

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Sea Sick: If crew can’t pass this AED quiz, it’s time for a first-aid refresher

Sea Sick: by Keith Murray We all know what follows next when a TV doctor shouts, “Clear!” It means someone is going to get shocked by a defibrillator. But just…

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Engineer’s Angle: Corrosive forces unavoidable, but manageable

Engineer’s Angle: by Rich Merhige Corrosion happens. On yachts, there’s a perfect storm of different metals, forces and particles that water contains, depending on the environment. If you’re dealing with…

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Culinary Waves: Yachting bears hard workers prepared for success

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mark Godbeer Yachting – my life for 15 years, a life I would not change for anything. I wouldn’t call myself “old school.” I envision those…

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