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Study shows Dania Cutoff Canal dredging generated six times more impact than originally thought

An economic impact study of yachting business along the Dania Cutoff Canal shows that the $6 million dredging project that wrapped up in 2013 has produced up …

In the heat of summer, even high dockage rates are reasonable

I was visiting with a captain onboard recently and we started talking about operating budgets. When he mentioned that his yacht paid $60,000 a month to sit at …

Business ‘steady as she goes’ under new owners at LMC

Management and tenants at Lauderdale Marine Center in Ft. Lauderdale report a smooth transition after the July 1 purchase by The Carlyle Group, a global asset …

Carlyle to buy Lauderdale Marine Center; tenants hope for business as usual

Lauderdale Marine Center (LMC) is under contract to be sold to Carlyle U.S. Real Estate Group in a deal expected to close on July 1, according to a source …

Big yachts help little islands after Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu

Former yacht crew Sam and Jess Bell witnessed the devastation of category 5 Cyclone Pam when it hit the Republic of Vanuatu in the South Pacific Ocean on March …

Yacht owner keeps NASCAR driver’s spirit alive

Typically, when a yacht changes hands, the yacht gets renamed. Not so with M/Y Sunday Money, a custom 2001 100-foot Hatteras on display in the show this week. …

MPT gathers for American Heart Association

Students, staff and supporters of Maritime Professional Training (MPT) sported their best red to help raise money for the American Heart Association’s South …

Yacht photos from www.capturedglimpse.com

Ft. Lauderdale’s Port Everglades yacht traffic photos taken by www.capturedglimpse.com. Contact for original photos or to schedule a photo shoot at …

Friendly, poor; Cuba’s contrasts stark to visiting yachts and crew

This month’s survey comes from the curious mind of a yacht captain wondering what his fellow yachties are planning to do about Cuba (if anything) and the …

Arc of electricity leaves yacht dead in water

To hear the captain tell it, his last trip up the New River in Ft. Lauderdale was interesting, puzzling, comical even. But he’s lucky to be alive. We …

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Miami boat show cancelled

Miami boat show cancelled

The Miami International Boat Show, the show owned by the National Marine Manufacturers Association and held on Virginia Key, has been …

Fraser honors four in first short story contest

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

The 61st annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show opened today under sunny skies, wider face docks and spacious tents.  The …

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 …