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What the Deck! – Quick tips for deckhands

What the Deck! – Quick tips for deckhands

Don’t leave anything wet laying on the teak deck or furniture, as it will leave bad watermarks. ➣ Coil all hoses and lines in a clockwise direction. ➣ Make sure the hose is completely drained before you pack it away. ➣ ...

What the Deck! Quick tips for deckhands

What the Deck! Quick tips for deckhands

When removing moldy caulking from shower or basin areas, use a mixture of bleach and alcohol. This way the mold will be removed and the moisture will be dried out before resealing.Never leave a pole or any equipment standing...

What the Deck! Quick tips for deckhands

What the Deck! Quick tips for deckhands

Try to use battery-powered tools whenever possible. Yachts are wet environments exposed to rain and sea spray, and power cables falling into water or being wet are very dangerous. When you have made a dent in the teak after...


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U.S. seizes Russian-owned superyacht Amadea

U.S. seizes Russian-owned superyacht Amadea

The U.S. has taken control of the Russian-owned M/Y Amadea, a 350-foot German-built yacht launched in 2016 that had been in Fiji since mid-April, awaiting judgment in an appeal filed by the yacht’s...

Pelagic permits

Pelagic permits

Permits and catch reports can be processed online by NOAA Fisheries. NOAA Fisheries, also known as the National Marine Fisheries Service, is an office of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration within the Department of Commerce. It has five regional...

The Tech Edge

The Tech Edge

Up-to-date navigation charts and hi-res data offer well-connected anglers an advantage. It is no secret that fishermen are, well, secretive — and superstitious. So it should come as no surprise they will go to great lengths to...

Tow me tender, tow me sweet, never let me go

Tow me tender, tow me sweet, never let me go

The risk of loss puts a damper on the yacht–tender relationship. Elvis Presley knew it: No one wants the pain of loss. Especially the loss of the yacht’s tender while under tow. Although rare, lost boats are just...


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