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Five days of Ft. Lauderdale boat show bring in $857.3 million

In five days, last year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) generated $508.3 million in sales from show participants, according to a recent …

No cruising license, no problem

By Capt. Debora Radtke There is a misconception among many captains, crew and yacht owners that a foreign-flagged vessel cannot cruise in the United States …

Leaders bullish on show home city

Ten of Ft. Lauderdale’s business and community leaders gathered at the show yesterday to talk about the future of the city in terms of not only of the …

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 …

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New shiplift at MB92 open

New shiplift at MB92 open

MB92 Barcelona has announced that its new 4,800-ton shiplift is open for business, with the first haul outs successfully completed in …

The Triton networks with Alexseal Yacht Coatings

The Triton networks with Alexseal Yacht Coatings

About 175 yacht captains, crew and industry professionals networked on the third Wednesday of the month for Triton Networking with …

Motoryacht Loon’s crew works unique ‘charter’ after Hurricane Dorian

Motoryacht Loon’s crew works unique ‘charter’ after Hurricane Dorian

Story and photos by Dorie Cox “It was just like charter,” said Capt. Paul Clarke of M/Y Loon. “But instead of champagne, we were …

The Triton photographer takes photos of Grand Bahama from airplane

The Triton photographer takes photos of Grand Bahama from airplane

David Reed, founding publisher of The Triton, arrived at Abaco, Bahamas, with M/V True North, which left Fort Lauderdale on Sept. 8 for a …

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