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  • STAR BRITE DEBUTS NEW MARINE DESCALING FLUID February 26, 2021
    Star brite introduces Marine Descaling Fluid—a powerful, easy way to descale raw water-cooled systems using recirculation. It saves time, energy, and a lot of headache, allowing for a faster, cost-effective return-to-service for equipment.
    Star brite
  • Manufacturing Engineer – G3 Boats, A Yamaha Boat Company February 26, 2021
    G3 Boats, a Yamaha boat company for over 20 years, has been recognized with the Customer Satisfaction Index Award from the National Marine Manufacturers Association, for Excellence in Customer Satisfaction in Aluminum Outboard Boats and Pontoons for 19 consecutive years. G3 offers over 100 models ...
    Marilou Griswold
  • NAW Elects 2021 Officers February 26, 2021
    Michael Medart of Medart Engine and Marine takes the helm as chairman of the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors board.
    Joseph Healy

RSS Boating Industry Magazine

  • Outdoor groups call on Congress to pass conservation work legislation February 25, 2021
    Earlier this week, a coalition of ten organizations – including NMMA – called on Congress to consider conservation priorities as policymakers draft economic recovery legislation. NMMA joined the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, National Audubon Society, Environmental Defense Fund, National Wildlife Federation, Ducks Unlimited, American Sportfishing Association, and others in identifying a list of shared legislative priorities with […]
    Adam Quandt
  • AMI launches National Clean Marina Certification program February 25, 2021
    Last week, the Association of Marina Industries (AMI) announced its plan to develop a national Clean Marina program. This will be the first national clean marina program of its kind in the United States. It is designed to provide clean marina certifications to marinas in states where no such program currently exists and augment existing […]
    Adam Quandt
  • Sea Tow assists Texas turtle rescue February 25, 2021
    The recent extreme cold weather in the southern U.S. brought increased danger to some wildlife. Sea Tow Corpus Christi jumped to help rescue more than 1,000 sea turtles shocked by the freeze, unable to help themselves. "These turtles don't have a voice," said Capt. Brandon Upton, owner of Sea Tow Corpus Christi. "Boaters can easily call […]
    Adam Quandt

RSS Boating Magazine

  • Best Electronics Awards 2021 February 24, 2021
    A panel of judges from our sailing, yachting, boating and fishing titles reviewed a variety of products entered in different electronics and technology categories and declared seven winners.
    Staff
  • How To Install a Marine Wireless Cell Phone Booster Aboard Your Boat February 24, 2021
    In this article, Jim Hendricks details how to install a Shakespeare Stream Wireless booster, which will amplify cellular signals aboard your boat. Tools needed, the time it takes, tips and tricks...these are all included.
    Jim Hendricks
  • On Board With: Lorria Whitfield February 23, 2021
    In this article, Boating interviews Lorria Whitfield, a woman of color who manages Romora Bay Resort and Marina in the Bahamas.
    Garrett Cortese

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RSS Marine Log

  • Canadian Auditor General reports on National Shipbuilding Strategy February 26, 2021
    A report from Canada’s Auditor General, Karen Hogan, concludes that the country’s National Shipbuilding Strategy has been slow to deliver ships to meet Canada’s domestic and international obligations. The audit found that The post Canadian Auditor General reports on National Shipbuilding Strategy appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey
  • Singapore’s third LNG bunkering license goes to Total February 26, 2021
    The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has issued a third LNG bunker supplier license. It has been awarded to Total Marine Fuels Private Limited and is for for a five-year The post Singapore’s third LNG bunkering license goes to Total appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey
  • Car carrier explosion raises Gulf of Oman security concerns February 26, 2021
    An Israeli-owned car carrier, the MV Helios Ray, has been damaged by an explosion that occurred when the vessel was in the Gulf of Oman, approximately 44 nautical miles northwest of Muscat. The post Car carrier explosion raises Gulf of Oman security concerns appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey

RSS Motor Boat & Yachting

  • Fleming 85 first look: This globetrotting flagship is a mini tri-deck superyacht February 25, 2021
    Fleming has released computer renderings of its all-new flagship, the Fleming 85, which boasts a transatlantic cruising range.With closed flybridge option the Fleming 85 is transformed into a mini-trideck superyacht The first Fleming to be offered with the option of a fully enclosed flybridge, it turns this substantial long-range cruising yacht into a mini tri-deck […]
    Motor Boat & Yachting
  • Meet Pagurus - the 25m catamaran designed to crawl up the beach February 24, 2021
    Italian design studio Lazzarini’s latest concept is a bizarre 82ft amphibious power-cat nicknamed the Crabmaran. Called Pagurus, Latin for crab, this unlikely vessel was designed for the military but has since been adapted for a leisure role.  Powered by a couple of large diesels on waterjet drives, it could deliver a maximum speed of 25 […]
    Motor Boat & Yachting
  • Princess 60 yacht tour: This fabulous flybridge has room for all the family February 23, 2021
    Flybridge yachts are a very popular option among cruising families as they offer so much space on board, and the Princess 60 is a great example. In this video Nick Burnham shows us around a well kept 2016 example from venerable British yard Princess Yachts. The Princess 60 was launched back in 2012 and this […]
    Nick Burnham