Contributor’s Guidelines

At Triton News Network, our goal is to provide the information needed to navigate the ups and downs of a yachting career; celebrate the unique lifestyles of captains and crew; and provide a dedicated platform for crew to connect, raise concerns, offer tips, share inspiration and seek advice. We want to highlight the many hard-working, bright, talented, adventurous people who are collectively the very best part of this industry. With that in mind, we welcome submissions from captains and crew of articles, ideas, questions and high-resolution photographs to be considered for publication in our magazine and/or posting on our website and social media platforms. Please send submissions to Crew@TritonNews.com

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Queries from professional freelance writers and photographers must include brief credentials, as well as a clear and concise proposal that includes the intended approach and why the topic is relevant to Triton’s readers. It is highly recommended that articles include hi-res photos with credits and cutlines provided. We discourage the submission of unsolicited manuscripts and will not be responsible for their return.

Prospective contributors doing preliminary research for a story must avoid giving the impression that they are representing the Triton. Use of the publication’s name is restricted to those who have been given a specific assignment, the terms of which will be clearly stated in a written contract.

Compensation is competitive with similar publications and varies depending on the type of submission and the contributor’s experience. Payment is made upon publication. Copyright is returned to the author 90 days after publication. Please email queries to Editor-in-Chief Susan Jobe at: Susan@TritonNews.com

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