Digital Dockwalk 2024 editions

Essential reading for superyacht captains and superyacht crew

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February 2024

Around the World in 90 Dishes Twenty-eight chefs rose to the challenge at the 2023 Antigua Charter Yacht Show Concours de Chef competition, taking the judging panel on a culinary journey around the world. Read more about the winning chefs and the inspiration behind their dishes.

Longevity — A Thing of the Past?   It has long been established that role longevity is valued by crew agents. But staying on a boat for the sake of it might not be doing crew or the industry any favors. Erica Lay explains why it may be time to let longevity go, plus captains and senior crew share their thoughts on it and the role it has played in their career.

Capt. Kelly Gordon   Growing up in the middle of a cornfield, Capt. Kelly Gordon made quite a leap to the yachting industry. Now at the helm of 33-meter M/Y Andiamo II, she shares her journey to yachting, what's left on her bucket list, and the biggest challenge she's had to deal with as captain.

Plus: News and News & Gear


January 2024

Steady as She Goes   BOAT International’s annual Global Order Book and its data shows a slight decrease in the total number of projects ordered or in build from the year before. From the top builders and nations to the breakdown by size category, plus its impact on the crew market, find out more about the state of the industry and this year's trends.

Left Unpaid   Unfortunately, the issue of unpaid wages happens more often than many would like to admit. Whether a crewmember has been ghosted by everyone aboard or needs to present proof, the process can be frustrating. Crew share their experience of not getting paid, and attorneys discuss the best way to approach these situations.

Capt. Tim Buck  Starting his career as an engineer, Capt. Buck worked as delivery captain, service manager, and joined the world powerboat circuit before the lure of running his own boat became too much to resist. He shares his top destinations, crew challenges, and his trick for keeping guests entertained.

Plus: News and News & Gear