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  • Marine Supply Chain Conference 2014

    EVENT: The British Marine Federation’s (BMF) Supply Chain Conference, taking place in November, will look at the findings and recommendations of the government commissioned UK Marine Supply Chain Study. 31 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • BAR takes flight

    AMERICA’S CUP: Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR) took to the water for the first time from their temporary base in Southampton, sailing the team’s foiling AC45. 30 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • BMEEA Conference 2014

    CONFERENCE: The British Marine Electrical and Electronics Association (BMEEA) held yet another successful conference at the Novotel Hotel in Southampton on October 22. 30 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • North Sails Golf Day success for JMST

    CHARITY GOLF DAY: Sailors were out in force on the golf course on Friday 24th October, when 88 golfers teed up for the 18th North Sails Golf Day at Cams Hall Golf Club, Fareham. 30 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Botterill to Barton MD

    MANAGING DIRECTOR: Paul Botterill will become Barton Marine’s managing director effective November 1, 2014. 29 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Bristow taking over search and rescue

    SAR: Bristow Helicopters already operate the search and rescue services based at Stornoway and Sumburgh, writes Stuart Fisher. 29 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Two UK girls head for the Big Apple

    MARATHON: From the cows in Somerset and Cowes on the South Coast, two well known marine industry ladies are swapping their usual running routes for the bright lights of the Big Apple. 29 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • NMEA expertise at METS

    NMEA expertise: Actisense, the leading marine electronics brand from Active Research Ltd, will exhibit its popular range of NMEA products at the METS exhibition taking place in Amsterdam from 18 to 20 November 2014. 29 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Claiming all your allowable expenses

    Tax can be an absolute minefield and ensuring that the correct income is declared is vital, says Majid Rasheed. However, what can be expensed is open to interpretation. 28 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Newts delay Montgomery restoration

    INLAND WATERWAYS: Following the recent restoration of a further section of the Montgomery Canal the relocation of newts will stop any further progress for some months, writes Harry Arnold. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • CRT and WRG build bridges

    INLAND WATERWAYS: A joint initiative called the Building Bridges Project has been launched by the Waterway Recovery Group (WRG) and the Canal & River Trust (CRT), writes Harry Arnold. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Sonia Rolt OBE

    OBITUARY: Sonia Rolt OBE passed away at the age of 94 on Wednesday 22 October, writes Harry Arnold. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Best of British at DAME Awards 2014

    AWARDS: The nominated finalists for this year’s DAME Awards have been announced, with British design and innovation accounting for almost a quarter of the 45 selected entries. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Sika simplifies its primers

    Sika has incorporated new technology into its Multiprimer Marine aimed at simplifying and improving the priming process, says Katina Read. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Winterisation helps preserve an engine’s life

    With the summer boating season coming to an end, boaters need to think about laying up their craft and carrying out essential jobs to ensure - come springtime – nothing will prevent launching taking place, writes Katina Read. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Metal tries to return to its original state

    For many it may be a little on the early side to be thinking about laying up, especially when the last few weeks have been great boating weather, says Katina Read. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Motorboat dollies are popular in Spain

    With extremes in weather an ongoing concern, boatyards and clubs face ever more stringent insurance conditions when storing boats over the winter and need to look at safer ways of storing vessels, says Katinas Read. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Safety equipment should be serviced at an approved station

    Servicing safety equipment is an important element of winterising any boat and is something that shouldn’t be overlooked, insists Katina Read. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • One product to do many different jobs

    Boatyards and chandleries are taking the growing demand for eco friendly products from boat owners ever more seriously, writes Katina Read. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Largest supply of pontoon system in the UK

    When marinas fall into a state of disrepair, major investment is needed to bring them up to the standard today’s boaters expect and demand, writes Katina Read. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Hard maths is important

    Regenerating marinas and the surrounding areas is all in a day’s work for Blue Sea Consulting which works across the country expanding marinas and improving the tourism footfall, writes Katina Read. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business

  • Deep Blue Systems is ideal for marina businesses

    Many marinas also run associated businesses on site such as boat repairs, boat dealers, servicing, maintenance and chandleries, all of which need some kind of stock management system, writes Katina Read. 27 Oct 2014 - Boating Business