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06/03/2019 04:10:00 PM
Broward County Cleanup Collects 35 Tons of Trash
On March 2, more than 1,400 volunteers participated in the 42nd Broward County Waterway Cleanup and collected 35 tons of trash. more...
25/02/2019 09:05:00 PM
EU Tariffs Affect 2019 Med Season
By Lauren Beck 
The European Commission’s 25 percent retaliatory tariffs on U.S.-built yachts will have consequences on the upcoming Mediterranean season. more...
21/02/2019 09:40:00 PM
Yacht Designer Sails Atlantic to Raise Eco-Awareness
By Aileen Mack 
Dan Lenard of design firm Nuvolari Lenard departed on a transatlantic crossing on January 20, 2019, to raise eco-awareness.   more...
17/01/2019 09:45:00 PM
M/Y Kibo MACI Report Released
Nearly four years after the accident on M/Y Kibo, the Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands released its investigative report. more...
16/01/2019 05:35:00 PM
Crewmember Dies in Grenada
Crewmember Andrew Clapham was found hanging near St. George’s Harbour, Grenada, a few days before Christmas. more...
15/01/2019 07:50:00 PM
Marina Owner Found Dead in St. Lucia Home
British marina owner and manager Robert Hathaway was found dead at his home in Grand Riviere, St. Lucia, on January 13. more...
03/01/2019 02:35:00 PM
Man Steals 70-foot Vessel in California
A 24-year-old man stole 70-foot vessel Gambler in Newport Beach, California, on December 23 a couple hours before the harbor’s boat parade was scheduled to begin.  more...
14/12/2018 03:05:00 PM
M/Y Axioma Responds to Mid-Atlantic Pan-Pan
The crew of M/Y Axioma responded to a Pan-Pan on December 11. more...
06/12/2018 02:20:00 PM
M/Y Indian Empress Crew Awarded $900K
The crew of M/Y Indian Empress — now renamed Neom — have been awarded more than $900,000 in unpaid wages after the vessel’s owner Vijay Mallya abandoned the vessel and crew of 40 in September 2017. more...
14/11/2018 09:30:00 PM
M/Y Leight Star Delivers Supplies to Malibu Fire Victims
By Aileen Mack 
On November 13, 143-foot M/Y Leight Star, volunteers, and surfers set forth on a mission to deliver supplies to victims of the fire who stayed behind. more...