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Gary E. Brown is the Editorial Director of All At Sea Caribbean. He is a presenter on Island 92, 91.9 FM, St. Maarten, and the author of the thriller/sailing adventure Caribbean High. For more information, visit: garyebrown.net

High Output, Low Profile Light Brightens Any Space

When it comes to lighting confined spaces such as engine rooms or storage lockers, Hella marine has a bright solution. The company’s DuraLED 50LP lamp provides a generous 850 lumens in a bright white 5,000K color temperature to illuminate wide …

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Northrop & Johnson open new office in Monaco

Northrop & Johnson now have offices in Monaco

  Northrop & Johnson Monaco will provide sales, purchase, new construction, charter retail and charter management services to clients in Monaco and the surrounding areas. Northrop & Johnson Managing Director Europe Michael Payne will head up the team in the …

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Budget Marine Spice Island Billfish Tournament

The winning team Magic Lady with Budget Marine staff

The 49th annual Budget Marine Spice Island Billfish Tournament, the longest running continuous sport fishing tournament in the Southern Caribbean, featured big fish and big drama when one of the boats sank. The big winner of the tournament was the …

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Awesome Sounds with New Infinity Bluetooth Controller

With the new, affordably-priced Infinity by Harman INF-BC4 Pre-Amp Bluetooth Controller from Prospec Electronics, anyone with an enabled BT device can stream their favorite music. This stand-alone audio solution solely focuses on the most popular mode of audio, Bluetooth. The …

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Low-Cost Marine Internet Access For Everyone

With the WebWatch™ Internet hotspot from Shakespeare®, there’s no need for expensive satellite antennas and data plans. Ideal for coastal and inland boaters, the award-winning, all-in-one Wi-Fi hotspot and high-definition television (HDTV) antenna is changing how people stay connected while …

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Rambler 88 wins RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy

Rambler 88 storms to victory in the 2018 RORC Caribbean 600. Photo: RORC/Tim Wright/Photoaction.com

George David’s American Maxi Rambler 88 blasted around the course to win the 2018 RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy, scoring the best corrected time under IRC. Rambler 88 reveled in the heavy airs race, setting a new monohull race record and …

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Shockles Absorb Jarring Loads on Lines and Chains

Whether tied to a dock or mooring, at anchor or towing a dinghy, lines and chains create enormous stress on cleats, chocks, fairleads and related fittings, especially when suddenly jarred. Shockles™ from Davis Instruments is a patented line of simple, …

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Marine Diesel Basics by Dennison Berwick

  If you only carry one book on diesel maintenance then make sure it’s this book. Plain speaking, easy to understand and lavishly illustrated with simple but accurate drawings on each page, this one-stop reference book is a terrific read …

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New Compact Tecniq LED Fixture Delivers Massive Light

Lighting a deck or cockpit space provides safety and security, but too often LED fixtures are large and expensive. Guaranteed for life, TecNiq’s new compact D30 Surface Mounted Load Light provides 2,000 lumens of bright white LED light, illuminating 150sq.ft. …

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Twin Disc Helps Make Duffield 58 a Game-Changer

Oftentimes, it’s the last-minute changes in a boatbuilding project that make all the difference when the owner takes the helm for the first time. Such was the case with the new Duffield 58 from Duffield Yachts. Well into the build, …

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Bitcoin and Denison yacht brokers 

  Yacht broker Wiley Sharp of Denison’s St. Thomas office recently brokered a deal for a 48ft sailing catamaran in the Virgin Islands. Nothing unique there, you might say, until you look at the transaction. Using Coinbase, a digital currency …

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New Phone/TV/data Inlet from Smartplug

Staying in touch with the outside world when in a marina can be a problem. How do you get all those cables connected to the boat? SmartPlug Systems, manufacturer of safer and smarter shore power connections, offers the BDCOAX, a …

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Holding Tank Odors Gone in a Splash

  Even the most seasoned mariner finds it difficult to stay below when noxious smells from a sanitation system waft through the cabin. With a mere four ounces added to a 25 gallon holding tank, K.O. (Kills Odors) from Raritan …

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Saint Croix International Regatta is back!

Having suffered damage to infrastructure thanks to the storms of September 2017 there was some doubt as to whether the regatta would go ahead. But, like many islands, St. Croix were having none of it and worked extremely hard to …

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Puerto Rico Police Buy More Metal Shark Patrol Boats 

Metal Shark’s latest 35ft Defiant 35 is now in service with the Puerto Rico Police Department. Photo courtesy of Metal Shark Boats

Louisiana-based boatbuilder Metal Shark has delivered its latest new law enforcement patrol boat to the Puerto Rico Police Department (PRPD). The new 35-foot Defiant welded aluminum pilothouse patrol vessel, built at Metal Shark’s Jeanerette, Louisiana production facility, joins the fleet …

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