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RSS Soundings Trade Only

  • Quick Hits: March 27, 2020 March 27, 2020
    On Monday, March 30 from 4pm-5pm ET, the National Marine Manufacturers Association is hosting the webinar “Dealing with Volatility: What you Need to Know During the Coronavirus Crisis.” Hosts — including CNBC contributor Joe Terranova (Halftime Report, Fast Money, Squawk Box) — are slated to ...
    Trade Only Today Editors
  • Washington State closes to recreational fishing March 27, 2020
    The state of Washington is closed to recreational fishing and shellfishing through April 8, according to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, and several other states are restricting access in their efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus. To support the action by Washington, the ...
    Reagan Haynes
  • Suzuki Motor of America announces tech center March 27, 2020
    Suzuki Motor of America revealed plans for a Suzuki Marine Technical Center USA in Panama City, Fla. on an existing 20-acre waterfront site. The Japanese manufacturer is currently working on renovating the property and could not speculate on an official launch date. “We are planning a ...
    Jeff Moser

RSS Boating Industry Magazine

  • Crisis leadership March 29, 2020
    By Bill Yeargin The global community is dealing with a crisis unlike anything those of us alive have ever experienced. It feels like we are in some sci-fi movie with a pandemic slowly (or not so slowly) moving across the globe. A crisis like what we are experiencing requires great leadership and, unfortunately, some leaders […]
  • NMMA, MRAA pen joint letter in response to COVID-19 pandemic March 26, 2020
    The National Marine Manufacturers Association and the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas recently joined forces in response to the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic sweeping across the globe. In the letter, leaders of both organizations call for the recreational boating industry to take action now to prepare for the challenges that come. The statement specifically calls […]
    Adam Quandt
  • NMMA provides update on COVID-19 stimulus package March 26, 2020
    With the U.S. Senate passing the nearly $2 trillion economic relief package late last night and the U.S. House of Representatives expected to follow suit this week, NMMA has compiled a breakdown of provisions in the legislation that the association helped secure, along with other requests that were not included. NMMA said it worked closely […]
    Adam Quandt

RSS Boating Magazine

  • Wake and Speed Limits on a Crowded Lake March 25, 2020
    This article describes the situation on a small Wisconsin lake, where flood waters and boat wakes combined to cause problems for boat owners, property owners and more.
    Charles Plueddeman
  • Vintage Outboard Racing March 25, 2020
    This movie produced by Mercury Marine features the 5th Annual Milwaukee Sentinel Winnebagoland Outboard Marathon, run on an 88-mile course that started and finished at Riverside Park in Neenah, Wisconsin, on the shore of Lake Winnebago.
    Charles Plueddeman
  • New Liqui Moly Marine 4T Shooter Fuel Additive March 25, 2020
    Made in Germany, Liqui Moly Marine 4T Shooter fuel additive is designed to extend the life of four-stroke marine engines while boosting performance, according to the company.
    Charles Plueddeman

RSS Cruising World

  • Salty Dawg Homeward Bound Flotilla March 26, 2020
    The Salty Dawg Sailing Association is offering weather routing, vessel tracking, and entry assistance for northbound cruisers.
    Courtesy of SDSA
  • 2020 Newport Bermuda Race Cancelled March 23, 2020
    The 2020 Newport Bermuda Race has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Courtesy of the Bermuda Race Organizing Committee
  • Nominate a Sailing Hero March 19, 2020
    Nominations for the 2020 class of the Sailing Hall of Fame close March 31, 2020.
    Cruising World Editors

RSS Marine Log

  • Singapore prepared to consider some crew changes March 29, 2020
    Coronavirus-related travel restrictions have placed serious restrictions on shipowners’ ability to make crew changes, imposing hardships on seafarers and putting shipowners in possible breach of a number of international maritime regulations, governing The post Singapore prepared to consider some crew changes appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey
  • Globalstar launches new Sat-Fi2 remote antenna station bundle for maritime communications March 28, 2020
    Covington, La., headquartered satcom services provider Globalstar, Inc. has introduced its offering for the maritime industry. The new Sat-Fi2 Remote Antenna Station (RAS)+, expands the capabilities of the more portable Sat-Fi2 Wi-Fi The post Globalstar launches new Sat-Fi2 remote antenna station bundle for maritime communications appeared first on Marine Log.
    Marine Log Staff
  • Celebrity Cruises takes virtual delivery of Celebrity Apex March 28, 2020
    In what is likely the first ever virtual delivery of a cruise ship, executives of Celebrity Cruises on Friday accepted official command of Celebrity Apex, the second ship in the line’s Edge The post Celebrity Cruises takes virtual delivery of Celebrity Apex appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey

RSS Motor Boat & Yachting

  • How to buy Motor Boat & Yachting from home March 26, 2020
    If you can no longer buy Motor Boat & Yachting magazine from the shops but still want to read it in from the comfort of home here’s how to do it...Our Sunseeker delivery service is a work in progress... Print issues You can order MBY print issues delivered to your door either as a one […]
    Jack Haines
  • Superyacht Captain Tristan Mortlock reveals his £5m fantasy fleet March 26, 2020
    YouTube star and captain of the Sanlorenzo SD122 AWOL, Triston Mortlock picks three dream boats to make up his £5m fantasy fleet Having spent most of my youth in Marbella, I grew up surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea. At the age of 16 I decided to leave school and pursue a career in yachting. Seventeen […]
    Motor Boat & Yachting
  • Toy of the Month: Deepseaker DS1 is proof that even a submarine needs foils March 26, 2020
    Personal submarines are not a new idea, but one that can travel on hydrofoils above the water certainly is! Still in its developmental stage, the DeepSeaker DS1 is a lightweight composite craft capable of seating three passengers plus a pilot. Pressurised to 1ATM and air conditioned, it will be fitted with a system that can […]
    Motor Boat & Yachting