The next British Marine Spring Golf Day will take place on May 3 at Waterlooville Golf Club, Portsmouth.
A record 3.96m UK adults participated in one or more of 12 core boating activities in 2017, an increase of 3.4% on last year and the highest volume recorded since British Marine’s Watersports Participation Survey was launched in 2002.
Howard Pridding is to leave British Marine after 27 years at the organisation including the last five and a half years as chief executive.
Murray Ellis has left British Marine after more than 25 years working for the organisation.
The London Boat Show - first held in Olympia - went to Earls Court in 1957 before moving east to ExCeL in 2004. Then in 2018 the traditional ten-day run was cut to just five. Why? And how did this dramatic change pan out, asks Peter Poland.
The UK’s leisure marine industry has achieved its sixth consecutive year of growth, according to the latest figures from British Marine.
Philanthropic design proved the key to success at this year’s annual Superyacht UK Young Designer Competition.
A new project aims to ensure the leisure boating and watersports sector meets the needs of current and future customers.
Exhibits from Napton Narrowboats, ABC Leisure Group, Fox Narrowboats, Kris Cruisers, Richardson’s Boating Holidays, Hobbs of Henley and Aqueduct Marina will be part of a dedicated inland craft area at LBS 2018.
The next British Marine Golf Day will take place on October 10 at Stoneham Golf Club near Southampton, back where the society started in 1995.
British Marine Trades Association has launched a new award to highlight the large variety of career opportunities in the UK marine industry.
Industry revenue for the UK’s superyacht sector has grown 1.7% to £615m, the highest ever recorded.
34 apprentices were recognised at British Marine’s graduation ceremony this week.
2016 revenue for the UK’s marinas and moorings sector was up 0.3% on 2015.
Minijet, Turbojet, Dieseljet and Sportjet models will be showcased by Williams Jet Tenders at the London Boat Show 2018.
Two members of the Environment Agency (EA) River Thames lock keeping team have won a British Marine service award.
British Marine South has hosted a dedicated industry pathway event in Portsmouth, showcasing the wide variety of career opportunities available in the marine industry.
More than 100 people attended the event held at Portsmouth Historic Dockyards’ boatbuilding training centre, Boathouse 4.
The 2017 and 2018 Southampton Boat Show events will be branded TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show following a two-year deal between British Marine Boat Shows and TheYachtMarket.com.
British Marine has published key findings for the UK’s small commercial marine sector in response to an industry call for a clear performance measure of the industry.
Grant Burgham has been appointed head of commercial for British Marine.
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