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  • Boat registrations decline in February March 20, 2019
    New boat registrations in the main powerboat categories for February were down 9.5 percent year to date and 6.2 compared to the same period a year ago. Preliminary data from 28 states represents about 56.6 percent of the market, according to Statistical Surveys Inc., a Michigan firm that tracks ...
    Reagan Haynes
  • Industry Partnerships March 20, 2019
    World Cat names new dealer in Puerto RicoWorld Cat recently added Puerto Rico-based Wally Castro Marine to its dealer roster. “We are extremely excited about our partnership with Wally Castro Marine, and the ability to grow our brand further internationally,” said World Cat CEO Andrew Brown in a ...
    Trade Only Today Editors
  • IBBI names Garmin 2018 Supplier of the Year March 20, 2019
    Independent Boat Builders, Inc., a marine-industry purchasing cooperative made up of 19 boat manufacturers, named Garmin International its Supplier of the Year for 2018. Garmin has a been a supplier of choice for the group since 2014 and last year was named its exclusive marine supplier. The award ...
    Trade Only Today Editors

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  • Welcome to Washington, now hear our voices March 20, 2019
    ABC 2019 plans to hit the ground running on policy with new Congress Following a victory in 2018 with the enactment of the Modernizing Recreational Fisheries Management Act of 2018 (Modern Fish Act), the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) doesn’t intend to slow down in its legislative advocacy for the recreational boating industry. The NMMA […]
    Kelsey Larson
  • 40 Under 40 March 19, 2019
    40 young professionals leading the pack in the boating industry Boating Industry’s annual profile of outstanding young leaders in the marine industry highlights a unique group of individuals that stands out from their industry peers. This year’s group features incredible representatives from all segments of the marine industry from boat dealers to manufacturers and everything in […]
    Kelsey Larson
  • Marina Holdings: All about the environment March 19, 2019
    With two locations in Maine — Yarmouth Boat Yard (YBY) in Yarmouth and Moose Landing Marina (MLM) in Naples — Marina Holdings made a strong statement when it made its debut on Boating Industry’s 2018 Top 100 list. Yarmouth Boat Yard was purchased by Marina Holdings owner Steven Arnold in January 2004 and hasn’t slowed […]
    Kelsey Larson

RSS Boating Magazine

  • 2019 Silver Wave 230 Grand Costa CLS March 21, 2019
    Boats The 230 Grand Costa CLS will get you out on the water in comfort and style. The Silver Wave 230 Grand Costa CLS is one of the company’s most popular models because it’s a great base boat with an extensive options list so that you can rig it just…
  • Cruising Arctic Waters in a Small Recreational Boat March 17, 2019
    How to Lessons to be learned from a high latitude boating adventure. A photographer embarks on a an adventurous journey to the Arctic, using an small C-Dory boat powered by a single outboard. Learn why this intrepid adventurer chose this…
  • A Classic Boat and Two Classic Motorcycles March 16, 2019
    How to An avid boater and biker hits the water and the trail. The intrepid author of this story, John Stein, restores a classic Chrysler boat and a pair of classic Honda Trail 90 motorcycles and tows it all to a remote lake in the…

RSS Cruising World

  • Boat Review: Dufour 360 Grand Large March 21, 2019
    Sailboats From stem to stern, the Dufour 360 Grand Large benefits from a well-thought-out design. Cruising World Boat of the Year judges test the new Dufour 360 Grand Large.
  • Cabin Upgrade March 20, 2019
    How to A do-it-yourselfer creates valuable storage room by updating what could only be called a flawed bunk and cabin design. A do-it-yourselfer creates valuable storage space and a more comfortable bunk by updating a flawed cabin design.
  • Canal Cruising, Canadian Style March 20, 2019
    Charter For a change of pace, a band of sailors try a fresh-water Canadian holiday on the Rideau Canal. Sailors charter a canal boat for a journey along Canada's Rideau Canal.

RSS Marine Log

  • Svitzer christens latest tug in its Port of London fleet March 21, 2019
    Maersk group towage subsidiary Svitzer held a ceremony on the River Thames today to officially christened Svitzer Meridian as the latest — and tenth — vessel in its Port of London fleet. The post Svitzer christens latest tug in its Port of London fleet appeared first on Marine Log.
    Marine Log Staff
  • Damen Yichang cuts steel for LNG bunkering vessel March 21, 2019
    Damen Yichang Shipyard, China, has cut steel for the first of a planned series of short-sea LNG bunker vessels to be built for Eesti Gaas of Estonia. The 6,000 cu.m capacity vessel The post Damen Yichang cuts steel for LNG bunkering vessel appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey
  • New solution enables remote survey of DP systems March 21, 2019
    Kongsberg Maritime, Bureau Veritas and offshore services provider Bourbon have successfully tested a new solution for remotely auditing the performance and integrity of DP (Dynamic Positioning) systems Developed by Kongsberg in collaboration The post New solution enables remote survey of DP systems appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey