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Triton Survey: Captains prefer control, offer tips for successful refits

As the inaugural Refit International Exhibition & Conference prepares to kick off in late January, we thought yacht captains might have something to say …

Commodore: Cuba needs to prepare for megayachts

If megayachts gearing up to visit Cuba want to travel in luxury, they should plan to bring it with them, said Jose Miguel Diaz Escrich, commodore of the …

Miami megayacht marina Deep Harbour officially opens

The skyline of Miami and M/Y What a Country provided the backdrop for the official opening of Deep Harbour, the marina section of Island Garden on Watson …

Brokerage show to remain in Miami Beach with new name

Several changes are in the works for two annual boat shows that take place February 11-15 in South Florida. One has been renamed, the other is preparing a new …

Yacht boats and brokers in the news for November

Boats and Brokers news for November Recently sold M/Y Golden Compass, a 150-foot (45.7m) Picchiotti, by Philip Bell of Northrop & Johnson M/Y Galatea, a …

Charter yacht fleet changing as owners make choices

A few developments in the charter market recently have triggered concerns and conversations about its future, chiefly an apparent trend of yacht owners to …

42m yacht runs aground in Bahamas this morning

M/Y Unforgettable, a 42m Royal Denship, hit the rocks leaving the harbor at Albany Marina on New Providence Island in the Bahamas this morning. “The …

Yacht crew dress the part for opening day at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Dressed and on deck, crew took a brief break to pose on opening day of the 56th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. PHOTOS by TOM SERIO Click to …

Yacht crews’ remote help is recognized worldwide

The crews from M/Y Dragonfly and M/Y Umbra were honored Wednesday night with the International Superyacht Society’s Distinguished Crew Award for their …

Space, rest make a case for yacht input into MLC

Two years since the Maritime Labor Convention 2006 took full effect, the impact hasn’t been as hard or as expensive as many had feared. “When it all first …

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Fraser honors four in first short story contest

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FLIBS20 opens to small crowds, open spaces

FLIBS20 opens to small crowds, open spaces

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What the FLIBS? How and why Fort Lauderdale chose to buck the ‘cancel culture’

What the FLIBS? How and why Fort Lauderdale chose to buck the ‘cancel culture’

People across the global yachting industry were aghast when local government officials in Fort Lauderdale gave the owners and organizers …

Owner’s View: Chartering and pride of ownership

Owner’s View: Chartering and pride of ownership

Owner’s View: by Melvin Miller I have chartered houses, cars, aircraft and yachts. If I want to spend a week on a yacht in the Med, I …

Triton hosts first open virtual networking

Triton hosts first open virtual networking

By Lucy Chabot Reed About 40 people joined us for our first Triton Virtual Networking event last week, calling our new platform “a …