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  • ASSF to be British Sailing charity

    CHARITY: British Sailing has selected the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation (ASSF) as its official charity for the next two years. 26 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Teen completes Sea and Summit Challenge

    CHARITY CHALLENGE: Disabled sailing teen Natasha ‘Miss Isle’ Lambert recently successfully scaled the 2,907ft Pen Y Fan in the Brecon Beacons to complete her phenomenal Sea and Summit Challenge raising money for three sailing charities. 26 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • METS boat launched

    METS BOAT: A new specially adapted Hanse 303 yacht that will offer a range of sailing opportunities for disabled people has been christened ‘METS’ and has joined the fleet of the Dutch Sailability Foundation. 26 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Southerly Yachts folds again

    SOUTHERLY YACHTS: One of the biggest sailboat names in British boat building, Southerly Yachts, has folded again, writes Barry Pickthall. 26 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Gurit half year results

    RESULTS: Gurit has released its 2014 half year figures showing a 28.8% sales growth to CHF 167 million in 1HY 2014. 26 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Sir Ben looking for new sponsor

    BAR RACING: According to a story in ‘Sport Business’ over the weekend, Sir Ben Ainslie is now on the lookout for a new title sponsor for his America’s Cup dream. 26 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Disabled sailing teen conquers the seas

    SAILING CHALLENGE: Seventeen year old Natasha Lambert has completed the first half of her Sea and Summit challenge, which saw her sail around the South West coast of England. 22 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • St Katherine Docks chosen as charity sail stopover

    CHARITY SAIL: Central London based St Katherine Docks is playing its part in the Sail 4 Cancer charity race taking place this week as a stopover for the sailors. 22 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Six teams enter AC35

    AMERICA’S CUP: Messrs Ellison and Coutts told the world today who had entered for the 35th America’s Cup. And, strangely, there’s no mention of Bermuda in there… 21 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • NCI dedicates itself to Channel 65

    COMMUNICATIONS: The National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) has been allocated a national licence by OFCOM for the use of BHF Channel 65. 19 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Major IWA Northampton festival in 2015

    INLAND WATERWAYS: After a successful Campaign Festival in 2011, the Inland Waterways Association (IWA) is to hold a major event on the River Nene in Northampton over the 2015 August Bank Holiday, writes Harry Arnold. 19 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Key Diesels offers cash for parts

    BUYING: Diesel injection specialist Key Diesels is offering marine businesses money for old injectors, pumps or pipes. 19 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Bermuda for AC35?

    AMERICA’S CUP: According to New Zealand broadcasters 3 News, Bermuda seems to have given itself the edge on hosting the 35th America’s Cup by submitting its own challenge for the AC… 19 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Switch and Save on Energy

    In June 2011, energy industry regulator Ofgem said it wants to ‘radically overhaul’ the energy market, says Adam Bernstein. The big six companies will find their incredibly complex tariffs under scrutiny. 19 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Small Craft Bulletin

    The International Council of Marine Industry Associations (ICOMIA) has launched the second edition of its free ‘Small Craft Standards Bulletin’. 19 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Andy Ash-Vie

    Every month, Alice Driscoll of ADPR interviews a member of the industry. This month is Andy Ash-Vie, managing director of Harket UN 19 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • The Connected Boat

    The International BoatBuilders' Exhibition and Conference (IBEX), taking place September 30 - October 2, 2014 in Tampa, Florida, sold out in less than a month. 19 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • EBI Assembly General

    On 19 June European Boating Industry held its Assembly General in Brussels. 19 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • The Twittersphere

    The Twittersphere is alive, kicking and here to stay. 19 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • A changing world

    Well I don't know about you, but with the current situation developing in the world, particularly with issues involving restrictions on the movement of both people and investments from the east, I’m worried. 19 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • Seawork Asia takes shape

    SEAWORK ASIA: Mercator Media Ltd’s first Seawork Asia exhibition is taking shape, with a number of key commercial marine companies set to showcase their products. 18 Aug 2014 - Boating Business

  • EA: £1.8m spend on Thames this winter

    INLAND WATERWAYS: The Environment Agency (EA) is to spend nearly £1.8 million this autumn and winter as part of a programme of works to maintain and replace navigation structures, writes Harry Arnold. 18 Aug 2014 - Boating Business