Fraser, known up until now as Fraser Yachts, is celebrating its 70th anniversary in the luxury...
Royal Huisman is pleased to announce today their intention for the exclusive use of the facilities...
If you look at old paintings, you’d think that sailing ships went to sea in...
Having just worked for 95 days straight — and I’m not complaining; well, maybe a little...
This is the third story covering my favorite anchorages in the Caribbean, and last time...
It’s 7 a.m., I just got off watch and its 8 degrees outside. We are 30...
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Time to Get the First Luxury Submarine with Maximum Maneuverability
Neyk Submarine offers speed, comfort and maximum customisation Construction is underway on the first...
- May 31, 2017
Fraser Yachts Celebrates 70 Years with Launch of New Website
Fraser, known up until now as Fraser Yachts, is celebrating its 70th anniversary in...
- February 22, 2017
The International SeaKeepers Society hosted Bal de la Mer 2016 to honor Alexander W. Dreyfoos
The International SeaKeepers Society hosted Bal de la Mer 2016, to recognize SeaKeepers’ Founding...
- February 9, 2017
The Rosenfeld Collection
World-renowned photographer Morris Rosenfeld (1885-1968) won his first photography contest at age 13 with...
- December 9, 2016
Where Are They Now Profiles Owen Doyle
After graduating from culinary and hospitality schools in the late 1980s, young Owen Doyle of Buffalo, New York, was looking for a way to avoid corporate life. So, he...
- September 1, 2011
Etihad Airways Joins Griffin Yacht Club at Monaco 2011
26 August 2011, LONDON: GRIFFIN MARINE TRAVEL (www.griffintravel.com), the world’s largest provider of specialised travel to the marine, offshore and maritime security industries and its Griffin Yacht division are...
- Posted August 26, 2011
Do Unto Others – Charitable Giving at Sea
Industry Buzz Whilst Mark Drewelow doesn’t see anything wrong in the saying that “ charity begins at home, ” he certainly doesn’t advocate it. In fact, the former captain...
- May 1, 2011
Bottoms Up, Caribbean Style (Part III)
This is the third story covering my favorite anchorages in the Caribbean, and last time we ended up in Antigua. Having sadly left the northern reef there, you...
- March 1, 2011
An Enlightened Childhood
They’re awesome and frustrating, amusing and incredibly annoying. They can be spoiled beyond belief, and other times they’ll surprise you with their insights and un-jaded view of the world....
- March 1, 2011
Breaking into the Yacht Business
So, you’ve just learned about the yachting industry from a friend who’s been off living the dream and is back in your hometown for a quick visit before her...
- Posted January 26, 2011
Bottoms Up, Caribbean Style (Part II)
It’s 7 a.m., I just got off watch and its 8 degrees outside. We are 30 miles from Gibraltar after a 1,600-mile trip from Turkey. I can’t emphasize enough...
- January 1, 2011
Not Business As Usual
Credit card companies, banks, airlines and other establishments have been offering platinum service to their top-tier customers for years. In June 2008, West Marine, the world’s largest retailer of...
- November 1, 2010
JoAnn “Didgie” Vrana
Where Are They Now? In a world of nicknames, JoAnn Vrana is rather unique. Her dad gave her the moniker “ Didgie ” because, when she could first talk,...
- November 1, 2010
Jim Ruch Makes Food That Rocks
Profile of a Charter Chef I walked into Jim Ruch’s studio in Ft. Lauderdale to see black walls, a makeshift galley, guitar against the table, and framed photos...
- July 1, 2010