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RSS Soundings Trade Only

  • The impact of a burning river June 18, 2019
    When the Cuyahoga caught fire in 1969, it set off a chain of events that led to federal action for clean water. It was a huge win for the environment and those who use the water for recreation, but our work isn’t finished. Perhaps no river has had more impact on national policy than the […]
    Norm Schultz
  • Group wants fishing equipment excluded from next round of tariffs June 18, 2019
    American Sportfishing Association president Glenn Hughes, along with other ASA members, made the case before the U.S. Trade Commission that sportfishing equipment should be excluded from the next round of proposed tariffs on Chinese imports. “We understand the position of the [President Trump] ...
    Trade Only Today Editors
  • New Groupe Beneteau CEO discusses corporate structure June 18, 2019
    Groupe Beneteau yesterday announced the appointment of Jérôme de Metz as its new CEO, replacing Hervé Gastinel. De Metz, who has had a long career as an entrepreneur and private-equity specialist, joined Groupe Beneteau in February as chairman of its executive board. His appointment, along with ...
    Michael Verdon

RSS Boating Industry Magazine

  • Groupe Beneteau names new CEO June 18, 2019
    Groupe Beneteau's board of directors has appointed its Chairman, Jérôme de Metz, as Chief Executive Officer, replacing Hervé Gastinel. Alongside this appointment, the boat division’s management board is also evolving to unite the group's teams, brands, design units and plants around a stronger shared project. This project is based around a cross-cutting approach and will […]
    Adam Quandt
  • NMMA, coalition partners participate in new tariff hearings June 18, 2019
    Yesterday, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) held the first day of hearings regarding proposed Section 301 tariffs on approximately $300 billion worth of Chinese products (List 4). Held at the International Trade Commission, NMMA participated by bringing items that would be affected by the administration's newest round of proposed tariffs. NMMA was […]
    Adam Quandt
  • Dr. Sam Potolicchio named keynote speaker for IBEX Industry Breakfast June 18, 2019
    The International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition and Conference (IBEX), announced today the details of its annual Industry Breakfast and Awards Ceremony. Scheduled for opening day of this year’s show in the Grand Ballroom of the Tampa Waterside Marriott Hotel, doors will open at 7 a.m. and the program will begin promptly at 7:30 a.m. The annual event […]
    Adam Quandt

RSS Boating Magazine

  • Intrepid Powerboats 375 Nomad Boat Test June 18, 2019
    This article is a Boating Certified Boat test of an Intrepid Powerboats 375 Nomad center console, 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.
    Jim Hendricks
  • Yamaha FX Limited SVHO PWC Test June 17, 2019
    This article is a Boating Certified Boat test of a Yamaha FX Limited SVHO Personal Watercraft, or PWC, 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 […]
    Jeff Hemmel
  • Chaparral 300 OSX Boat Test June 16, 2019
    This article is a Boating Certified Boat test of a Chaparral 300 OSX, 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.
    Randy Vance

RSS Cruising World

  • New Anchoring Rules Pending In Georgia June 12, 2019
    Georgia lawmakers are considering restrictions on where and for how long recreational watercraft can anchor, and may institute fees and permit requirements that will affect cruisers using the Intracoastal Waterway.
    Ed Tillett
  • Off Watch: Confronting Terror June 12, 2019
    Herb McCormick reminices about his own crossing of the Northwest Passage while viewing an exhibit about the ill-fated Franklin Expedition.
    Herb McCormick
  • Boat Review: Hylas 48 June 12, 2019
    A review of the Hylas 48.
    Mark Pillsbury

RSS Marine Log

  • VT Halter Marine lays keel for Navy berthing barge June 18, 2019
    In a ceremony held July 14, Flag Day, VT Halter Marine Inc., Pascagoula, Miss., laid the keel to signify the start of construction of  the first of two Auxiliary Personnel Lighter – The post VT Halter Marine lays keel for Navy berthing barge appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey
  • Dual fuel dredge duo will feature ABB system package June 18, 2019
    Two LNG dual fueled trailing suction hopper dredges being built at the Keppel Singmarine’s shipyard in Singapore will have integrated electrical power, automation, control and navigation packages. The 10,000 cu.m hopper capacity The post Dual fuel dredge duo will feature ABB system package appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey
  • Harvey Gulf books long-term PSV charters in Nigeria June 18, 2019
    Harvey Gulf International Marine reports that it has signed two, one-year charters in Nigeria for the placement of two U.S. flag, 3,250 dwt DPS-2 Platform Supply Vessels, both fully capable of safely The post Harvey Gulf books long-term PSV charters in Nigeria appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey

RSS Motor Boat & Yachting

  • Rodman 33 Offshore: Spanish yard targets crossover success June 18, 2019
    Built on a proven commercial hull, the Rodman 33 Offshore promises performance, comfort and supreme seakeepingThe twin 350hp option whips along at 45 knots Rodman’s commercial arm does a roaring trade so it’s no great surprise that the leisure boat side of the business …Continue reading » This article Rodman 33 Offshore: Spanish yard targets […]
    Jack Haines
  • Williams Evojet 70: New model aimed at megayacht tender market June 17, 2019
    Jet tender specialist Williams is hoping to break into the world of superyacht tenders with the upcoming Evojet 70The Evojet 70 will feature a deep vee hull and a Yanmar 4LV engine twinned to a jet drive propulsion system The name Williams is almost synonymous with compact craft designed for smaller tender garages, but that […]
    Chris Jefferies
  • Keizer 42 review: Superyacht tender style without the price tag June 17, 2019
    This distinctive runabout is said to combine classic Mediterranean style with Dutch engineering and German efficiency – Alex Smith puts the Keizer 42 to the testThe Keizer 42 hit a top speed of 40 knots on test The Keizer 42 is not the type of boat you’d normally associate with Dutch boat building. It’s made […]
    Motor Boat & Yachting