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  • KVH wins at NMEA Awards

    NMEA AWARDS: Three of KNV’s products have been awarded product of excellence awards by the National Marine Electronics association. 08 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • Civilian SAR has busy first six months

    SAR: The new civilian search and rescue (SAR) helicopter service, operated by Bristow Helicopters Ltd, has had a busy first six months responding to almost 400 tasks. 08 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • Sailing made simple

    SIMPLES: Harken and Jeanneau have unveiled the result of a three year collaborative effort to make sailing easier for families, cruisers, shorthanded crews, solo sailors, and those with limited mobility. 08 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • UltraSystem PowerPlus released

    ULTRASONIC ANTIFOULING: A powerful ultrasonic antifouling system, The UltraSystem PowerPlus, has been developed by Ultrasonic Antifouling Limited. 07 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • German marine association visits Oceanair

    TOUR: Oceanair recently welcomed 53 delegates form the German Boat and Shipbuilders’ Association (Deutscher Boots-und Schiffbauer-Verband) to its UK headquarters for a tour of the factory. 07 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • Halyard confirms Emigreen B.V. alliance

    NEW COLLABORATION: Halyard and Emigreen B.V. have announced a new collaboration during the Monaco Yacht Show 2015. 07 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • Cowes Yacht Haven season of success

    SUCCESS: Cowes Yacht Haven has seen a successful season after expanding its dry sail by 72m to attract more racing fleets to the Isle of Wight. 06 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • A fighter jet on water

    TEST BOAT: The British America's Cup challenger, Land Rover BAR, has launched its latest testing boat – T2 – at its home in Portsmouth. 06 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • Fairline lays off staff

    LAID OFF: Fairline Boats yesterday laid off a third of its 300 workforce for up to five weeks on minimum pay, according to the Unite union. 06 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • Better Capital sells Fairline

    FAIRLINE SOLD: After putting in four MDs in four years - and quite a lot of money - Jon Moulton’s better Capital has called time on the firm’s dalliance with the UK leisure marine industry. 06 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • River Thames 2015-16 lock closures

    INLAND WATERWAYS: An initial list of River Thames winter lock closures, from November 2015 to March 2016, has been issued by the Environment Agency (EA) as part of its investment programme, writes Harry Arnold. 05 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • Princess will return to profit this year

    FINANCE: Princess Yachts is on target for profit in 2015 as order books bounce back after positive performances at the Cannes and Southampton boat shows, despite a difficult 2014. 05 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • Vessel Vault secures vital documents

    SECURITY: Boats and Yachts Warranty has added a cloud-based boat maintenance management system to help customers keep vital documents safe and in one place. 01 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • Electric boats need more work

    ELECTRIC BOATS: The second World Electric & Hybrid Boat Summit “PlugBoat”, has so far confirmed what we already know – that electric boats need more work before they can become mainstream. 01 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • Stuart-Hunt gets bigger role

    Peta Stuart-Hunt has been re-appointed by the Royal Southern Yacht Club (RSrnYC) as its Marketing & Media Consultant covering most aspects of the Hamble-based club's requirements. 01 Oct 2015 - Boating Business

  • British Marine targets Wales

    WALES: British Marine is hoping to raise the profile of Wales as a boating destination after hosting a British Marine Wales stand at the recent Southampton Boat Show. 30 Sep 2015 - Boating Business

  • Industry luminaries join BAR

    BAR members: The Land Rover BAR business model includes a mix of commercial funding and private investment meaning that the founding shareholders have been joined by many luminaries of the business world. 30 Sep 2015 - Boating Business

  • Break into Asia with Seawork Asia

    SEAWORK ASIA: For those looking to expand their commercial marine business and to extend support to satellite territories, the rapidly-growing commercial marine and workboat exhibition, Seawork Asia is the answer. 30 Sep 2015 - Boating Business

  • Technology is used to maximise production efficiency

    When the BAR building become fully operational during the America’s Cup World Cup Series, the team was housed on the site of a boat dry stack that had to relocate to help make way for the new sailing base. 30 Sep 2015 - Boating Business

  • Slipway trailers are in demand

    From a floating bridge in France to a floating café on a Midlands canal, it’s all in a day’s work for the Pontoon and Dock Company, writes Katina Read. 30 Sep 2015 - Boating Business

  • Dry docking for boats up to 26 tonnes from Versadock

    Marinas can often find themselves with odd corners with shallow water they have difficulty in using writes Katina Read. 30 Sep 2015 - Boating Business

  • Drip drip effect from marinas

    Next year, the latest Recreational Craft Directive comes into force, stipulating all new boats will have to have a holding tank fitted as standard and that all toilet waste will have to discharge into said holding tank, writes Katina Read. 30 Sep 2015 - Boating Business