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RSS Soundings Trade Only

  • Experienced Sales Professionals wanted-EsoteroBay Marina January 17, 2020
    SaraBay Marina is seeking an experienced sales professional to complement our current team at our Estero Bay Marina location. EsteroBay Marina is located on Florida’s West Coast in Ft. Myers Beach. We sell and service New World Cat Boats as well as an array of quality used product. The ideal ...
    Marilou Griswold
  • Counter Culture January 17, 2020
    ORLANDO, FLA. — A two-day gathering on corporate culture in the boating industry concluded Wednesday, with attendees using words such as “inspiring” and “terrific” at the conclusion. The 2020 Correct Craft Culture Summit, which had been in the works since June, was a TED Talks-like event that ...
    Michael Verdon
  • November powerboat registrations up 6 percent January 17, 2020
    The National Marine Manufacturers Association today reported that November new powerboat registrations were up 6 percent on a rolling three-month, year-over-year basis. They were down 1 percent on a 12-month year-over-year basis, totaling 275,000 units. “Monthly new powerboat sales picked up during ...
    Trade Only Today Editors

RSS Boating Industry Magazine

  • Congress holds hearing on water infrastructure January 16, 2020
    A U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment kicked off the second session of the 116th Congress with a hearing on proposals for the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) of 2020. WRDA is a significant legislative package that sets federal water resources infrastructure policy and provides federal approval for civil works projects […]
  • Correct Craft hosts first Marine Industry Culture Summit January 16, 2020
    Senior executives from across the recreational boating industry gathered in Orlando to learn about the power of organizational culture. The inaugural Marine Industry Culture Summit was hosted and underwritten by Correct Craft. The Culture Summit explored the importance of effective culture in our companies, included workshops to help attendees identify key aspects of an effective […]
  • Virginia lawmakers introduce fish conservation bills January 16, 2020
    Virginia State Senator Lynwood Lewis and State Delegate Ken Plum introduced two bills (SB791/HB1448) that would require the Virginia Marine Resources Commission to adopt regulations necessary to manage Atlantic menhaden. In response, NMMA applauded both pieces of legislation, calling the measures critical in the fight to protect forage fish. In December, U.S. Secretary of Commerce […]

RSS Boating Magazine

  • The World’s Biggest Boat Show: Boot Dusseldorf January 16, 2020
    The show dwarfs any other boat show in terms of size and number of boats. Many of the latest boats debut at boot Dusseldorf and BOATING is on site, delivering you coverage.
  • New Electric Boat Trolling Motors January 15, 2020
    The field of electric trolling motors suddenly expands with new offerings from a pair of well-known newcomers: Garmin and Lowrance.
    Jim Hendricks
  • Yamaha WaveRunner EXR Boat Test January 14, 2020
    This article is a Boating Certified Boat test of a Yamaha WaveRunner EXR, produced by the worlds foremost powerboat experts, the editors at Boating. Learn how fast this boat goes, what powers it and how much fuel it burns. Details about construction and layout are also included, along with pricing information.
    Jeff Hemmel

RSS Cruising World

  • Excess 12: Best Midsize Cruising Catamaran January 17, 2020
    The Excess 12 rises to the top of the three-boat Best Midsize Cruising Catamaran category.
    Herb McCormick
  • Salty Dawg Spring Rally 2020 January 16, 2020
    Register now to cruise in company with the 2020 Salty Dawg Spring Rally on your way back north from the Virgin Islands.
    Salty Dawg Cruising Association
  • Marquesas Magic January 16, 2020
    After a long Pacific crossing, there is nothing like landfall in French Polynesia.
    Becca Guillote

RSS Marine Log

  • Price tag for decarbonizing shipping: $1 trillion January 20, 2020
    At least $1 trillion of capital investment in land-based and ship-related infrastructure will be needed to achieve the IMO target of reducing world shipping’s total greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% The post Price tag for decarbonizing shipping: $1 trillion appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey
  • Port State Control to take tough line on IMO 2020 enforcement January 20, 2020
    Member authorities of the Tokyo and the Paris Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) on Port State Control are again signaling that they will take a firm line in enforcing the IMO 2020 fuel The post Port State Control to take tough line on IMO 2020 enforcement appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey
  • Future Ford-class carrier to be named for WWII hero Doris Miller January 19, 2020
    Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas B. Modly will name a future Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier in honor of World War II hero Ship’s Cook Third Class Doris “Dorie” Miller during The post Future Ford-class carrier to be named for WWII hero Doris Miller appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey

RSS Motor Boat & Yachting

  • 14 of the best new boats you mustn’t miss at Boot Düsseldorf 2020 January 9, 2020
    The Düsseldorf boat show returns this month, but with so many boats to see, it’s easy to get lost. We pick out the best of the best...There are so many boats at the 2020 Dusseldorf Boat Show that you're best off taking two days to properly tour the halls Boot Düsseldorf is the biggest indoor […]
    Motor Boat & Yachting
  • OLAS Guardian: The wireless kill cord that cuts the hassle out of boat safety January 9, 2020
    An affordable new wireless kill cord could set sportsboat owners free from the helm and improve safety. We take a closer look at the OLAS GuardianThe skipper wears the OLAS tag like a wristband and is free to move around the boat. This sends a constant stream of signals to the receiver (below). As soon […]
    Motor Boat & Yachting
  • Princess Y78 yacht tour: The biggest boat you can run without crew January 9, 2020
    The Princess Y78 is right on the cusp between owner-operated boats and superyachts. Nick takes us on a full yacht tour For many, the joy of boating is the freedom to go where you want, when you want and with who you want – and for this reason, boats that limbo under the 24m LWL […]
    Nick Burnham