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  • Director of Business Development-Commercial Sewing, Inc. September 22, 2017
    Are you interested in joining the leadership team of a company ready to take on planned, steady growth? Do you have a strategic, business development mindset that you’d like to put to use to help steer an organization? If so, bring your talents to us!Commercial Sewing headquartered in ...
    Marilou Griswold
  • VIDEO: BoatUS teams help Florida Keys residents assess damage from Irma September 22, 2017
    BIG PINE KEY, Fla. — People on Big Pine Key, Fla., are still assessing the widespread devastation caused by Hurricane Irma, which slammed into the Florida Keys as a Category 5 storm on Sept. 10.Irma killed 14 in the Keys as she barreled through, the Monroe County Medical Examiner told the Miami ...
    Reagan Haynes
  • Industry mourns former national sales manager at Star brite September 22, 2017
    Jerry Pittman former national sales manager at Star brite, died Tuesday. He was 77.“Jerry was an integral part of building the company to what it is today,” Star brite president and founder Peter Dornau said in a statement. “He was dearly loved by his co-workers and the entire marine industry and ...
    Trade Only Today Editors

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  • Industry mourns Star brite’s Jerry Pittman September 22, 2017
    Star brite mourns the passing of Jerry Pittman, former Star brite national sales manager, marine industry institution and dear friend. Jerry was a lifelong part of the original Star brite team in the early 70s. He was a Texas-sized character fondly remembered for his antics at dealer shows that have become legendary tales still shared […]
    Brianna Liestman
  • Crestliner, MarineTech partner on power steering system September 21, 2017
    Crestliner Boats, along with Brunswick Boat Group's freshwater brands, is partnering exclusively with marine accessory manufacturer MarineTech Products to incorporate Panther XPS, a hybrid cable and hydraulic power steering system, into its aluminum boats. "We view this partnership with MarineTech as a huge step forward in technology for our lineup," said Jake Mirabal, Crestliner product […]
    Brianna Liestman
  • Nominations open for 2018 NMMA Canada Hall of Fame September 21, 2017
    Nominations are now being accepted for the 2018 National Marine Manufacturers Association Canada Hall of Fame. Inductees in the NMMA Canada Hall of Fame include those who have, or those who continue to, generate substantial and lasting contributions toward the advancement of the marine industry. The due date for nominations is Oct. 16. The 2018 […]
    Brianna Liestman

RSS Boating Magazine

  • Microbrewery By Boat September 22, 2017
    How to We hop on an Afina 3950 to discover a few microbreweries by boat. Because everything’s better by boat, Boating constantly engages the world by water. We’ve fished, skiied, tubed, boarded and surfed. We’ve raced, run whitewater,…
    Charles Plueddeman
  • 6 Boatable Microbreweries September 22, 2017
    How to The food and beer taste better at any local restaurant when you can enjoy them — responsibly — by boat. The food and beer taste better at any local restaurant when you can enjoy them — responsibly — by boat.
    Charles Plueddeman
  • Boating Fail: Captain Crunch September 21, 2017
    How to Watching your boat get crushed by a freighter does not make for a good day on the water. Watching your boat get crushed by a freighter does not make for a good day on the water.
    Brian Daugherty

RSS Cruising World

  • Where to Eat & Drink in Annapolis September 21, 2017
    Destinations Headed to Annapolis for the U.S. Sailboat Show? Check out our favorite bars, pubs, watering holes, restaurants, and more. Headed to Annapolis for the U.S. Sailboat Show? Check out our favorite bars, pubs, watering holes, restaurants, and more.
    ben.meyers
  • Monthly Maintenance: Battery Installation September 20, 2017
    How to When it comes to secure battery installations, accepted industry standards might fail to consider real-world conditions. When it comes to secure battery installations, accepted industry standards might fail to consider real-world conditions.
    Steve D'Antonio
  • Jeanneau 51 September 20, 2017
    Sailboats The Jeanneau 51 was designed to fit the needs of couples who are ready to spend some serious time out on the water. The Jeanneau 51 was designed to fit the needs of couples who are ready to spend some serious time out on the water.
    Mark Pillsbury

RSS Marine Log

  • Trump targets ports, shipping in new North Korea sanctions September 22, 2017
    SEPTEMBER 22, 2017 —A new executive order signed by President Trump yesterday aims to cut North Korea out of the international banking system and targets its major industries, ports and shipping. Among other things, the order targets any person found to "own, control, or operate any port in North Korea, including any seaport, airport, or […]
  • Saga Cruises orders second ship at Meyer Werft September 22, 2017
    SEPTEMBER 22, 2017 — U.K. based Saga Cruises is to add a second newbuild cruise ship to its fleet. Like its first newbuild, Spirit of Discovery which is set for delivery by the shipbuilder in July 2019, it will be built at Meyer Werft in Germany. To be called Spirit of Adventure, it will be […]
  • Songa Bulk sells a Supramax, buys a Capesize September 22, 2017
    SEPTEMBER 22, 2017 — Songa Bulk ASA (Oslo Axess: SBULK) says it has entered into an agreement to sell a Supramax bulk carrier, built in 2009 at the Tsuneishi Zhoushan shipyard, and has agreed to acquire a 181.258 dwt Capesize bulk carrier built at shipbuilder STX Korea in 2011. The Supramax will be delivered to its […]