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RSS Soundings Trade Only

  • ‘We’ve been working our butts off’ August 22, 2019
    A new company in Mississippi is launching a line of aluminum fishing boats. Avid Boats will manufacture 18- to 23-ft. center consoles and 18- to 21-ft. bass boats. Avid president Philip Faulkner told DJournal.com that he expects to create 75 new jobs in the next two years, while investing $1.6 ...
    Michael Verdon
  • Wall Street Journal touts Brunswick stocks August 22, 2019
    Brunswick stocks are trading at 9.4 times expected earnings, which is close to its lowest price/earnings ratio since 1999. That’s well below the median of 13.7 the company’s stocks have carried over the past 20 years, and The Wall Street Journal says that “absent a severe economic storm, Brunswick ...
    Trade Only Today Editors
  • Hinckley Yacht Services purchases self-propelled boat transporter August 22, 2019
    Hinckley Yacht Services in Stuart, Fla., recently purchased a Marine Travelift TM60 self-propelled transporter to move vessels around the facility. The vehicle, which is basically a self-propelled hydraulic yard trailer, has a 132,000-pound capacity. It joins the yard’s Marine Travelift lineup, ...
    Trade Only Today Editors

RSS Boating Industry Magazine

  • Brunswick partners with United Way for students in Minnesota August 22, 2019
    Employees of Brunswick Corporation's New York Mills Operation, home of Lund and Crestliner boats, recently partnered with the United Way to host its second annual Stuff the Boat event to help local families with back to school supply needs. A new twist to this year’s event was the addition of a boat raffle which was […]
    Adam Quandt
  • NMMA recaps August state advocacy efforts August 22, 2019
    As summer winds down, so are most of the state legislatures. Six states remain in session, one is in special session, and sixteen are on recess. In late July, the recreational boating industry celebrated a major win in Virginia with the establishment of an outdoor recreation office. Fifteen states now have either offices or task […]
    Adam Quandt
  • IBEX Innovation Awards entry deadline approaching August 22, 2019
    Organizers of the International BoatBuilders' Exhibition and Conference (IBEX) are still accepting entries for this year's Innovation Awards, though the deadline is quickly approaching. Entries for this year's awards must be submitted by Aug. 30. Entry is completed in three steps: Submit entry formUpload product videoProcess payment IBEX 2019 takes place Oct. 1-3 in Tampa, […]
    Adam Quandt

RSS Boating Magazine

  • How To Choose The Right Dock Line August 22, 2019
    When it comes to dock lines the proper materials and size can make all the difference. Learn how to determine what's right for your boat with these helpful insights.
    Staff
  • What To Look For When Buying Boat Fenders August 20, 2019
    The right fenders will protect your boat or PWC from damage while at the dock. Use these tips to select the ones that are best-suited for your craft.
    Staff
  • Three Reasons To Buy New Marine Speakers August 20, 2019
    Bring your boat's sound system back to life with a new set of modern marine speakers.
    Staff

RSS Cruising World

RSS Marine Log

  • VIDEO: Damen wins design award for Human Machine Interface for tugs August 22, 2019
    Damen Shipyards Group has won an UX Design Award for the Human Machine Interface that it has been developing over the past two years for its Next Generation Tug Series. The UX The post VIDEO: Damen wins design award for Human Machine Interface for tugs appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey
  • Victory Cruise Lines now has a slip at Chicago’s Navy Pier August 22, 2019
    Victory Cruise Lines, a specialist in Great Lakes cruising, has a new slip at Chicago’s Navy Pier. The M/V Victory I and M/V Victory II transport travelers to the treasures of the The post Victory Cruise Lines now has a slip at Chicago’s Navy Pier appeared first on Marine Log.
    Marine Log Staff
  • GEA develops new, transcritical CO2 marine refrigeration technology August 22, 2019
    In response to both national and international regulations and voluntary environmental protection measures, more and more environmentally-friendly refrigerants are being used in the marine business. Based on more than 100 years of The post GEA develops new, transcritical CO2 marine refrigeration technology appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey

RSS Motor Boat & Yachting

  • Secondhand boat buyers guide: Four of the best used British yachts August 22, 2019
    Nick picks out four tempting used British boats from Pearl, Aquastar, Hardy and SunseekerOur pick of the best used British boats starts with a Pearl 43 laid up in Lincoln When Hugo asked me to find four nice secondhand British boats, the obvious solution would have been to pack the …Continue reading » This article […]
    Nick Burnham
  • Absolute Navetta 68: Italian trawler range to grow again with Cannes debut August 21, 2019
    Four guest cabins and IPS power make the Absolute Navetta 68 a highly appealing new model The fourth boat in Absolute’s award-winning Navetta range has its global debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival this year. Slotting …Continue reading » This article Absolute Navetta 68: Italian trawler range to grow again with Cannes debut appeared first […]
    Jack Haines
  • Beneteau Swift Trawler 41: French heavyweight plans major Cannes launch August 21, 2019
    With both flybridge and sedan versions, the Beneteau Swift Trawler 41 is much more than just a replacement for an aging model Coming into the range as a direct replacement for the ageing 44, the Beneteau Swift Trawler 41 is quite a …Continue reading » This article Beneteau Swift Trawler 41: French heavyweight plans major […]
    Jack Haines