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  • CRT’s water resources consultation

    INLAND WATERWAYS: A consultation about how it plans to manage essential water resources to feed its waterway network over the next 35 years has been launched by the Canal & River Trust (CRT), writes Harry Arnold. 29 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Bart’s Bash breaks World Record

    WORLD RECORD: Bart’s Bash, the global dinghy race organised by the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation, has broken the Guinness World Record for the largest sailing race over 24 hours. 29 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • BMEEA Annual Conference draws near

    CONFERENCE: The 2014 British Marine Electronics and Electrical Association (BMEEA) Conference returns for another year to provide the industry with the knowledge and working practice guidelines to adhere to both in the UK and internationally. 29 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • PSP carrying on?

    SPONSORSHIP: On Press Day at this year’s PSP Southampton Boat Show, MD Frank Dixie announced the firm was to open an office in Poole. 26 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Re-branding the Broads?

    INLAND WATERWAYS: Members of the Broads Authority will be deciding whether to consult on branding the area the ‘Broads National Park’, writes Harry Arnold. 25 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Pendennis apprentices graduate

    PENDENNIS GRADUATES: A further 14 young people have graduated from Pendennis’ award-winning apprenticeship scheme after four years of training. 25 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Latest Princess Cruise on show in Monaco

    MONACO YACHT SHOW: Princess Yachts International has returned to this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, where its latest M Class, ‘M/Y Solaris’, will be on show. 25 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Bart’s Bash set to smash world record

    WORLD RECORD: A sailing race held in remembrance of the late Andrew ‘Bart’ Simpson looks set to break the Guinness World Record for the largest sailing race (24hours), after more than 700 sailing clubs took part. 24 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Dyneema action leaves no room for doubt

    TRADEMARK: DSM Dyneema, owner of the Dyneema brand, succeeded in its action against a third party application for a Chyneema trademark. 24 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • BMF apprentices graduate at PSP SBS

    PSP SBS: The British Marine Federation’s (BMF) Apprentice Awards Scheme was celebrated at the PSP Southampton Boat Show (PSP SBS) this year, as 55 apprentices from all areas of the marine industry graduated. 24 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Vessel controller

    INVENTION: Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who died in 2011, is listed as the co-inventor in a US patent application for a handheld gadget designed to control a large boat by a tablet or smartphone. 23 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • PSP SBS on a par with last year

    PSP SBS: The 2014 PSP Southampton Boat Show drew to a close on Sunday with visitor figures on a par with last year and many exhibitors reporting equalling last year’s total sales by mid-show. 22 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Bart’s Bash raises thousands for charity

    BART'S BASH: On Sunday 21 September, thousands of sailors across hundreds of clubs in 65 countries attempted to break the world record for the most number of sailing clubs and sailors racing on the same day. 22 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • HS2 Committee MPs visit canal sites

    INLAND WATERWAYS: MPs of the House of Commons HS2 Select Committee met representatives of the Canal & River Trust (CRT) and the Inland Waterways Association (IWA) at locations on the Lichfield and Trent & Mersey canals to see for themselves the changes sought to mitigate the impact of the railway’s route, writes Harry Arnold. 22 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Genoa Boat Show responds

    BOAT SHOW: This year's Genoa International Boat Show is renewed and more dynamic, adapting to the needs of an industry in trouble, say the organisers. 22 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • RYA works to understand AIS usage

    AIS: The Royal Yachting Association (RYA) is working to improve its understanding of the number and spread of leisure boaters either using or not using AIS onboard their vessels. 22 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Simon Cash-Reed

    OBITUARY: It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Simon Cash-Reed, founder and chief executive of Seago Yachting. 20 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Harrison and Winchcombe to Garmin

    Katie Harrison and Chrissy Winchcombe have joined Garmin’s marketing team whose recent successes include the ‘On the Road’, ‘On the Trail’ and ‘On the Water’ campaigns. 20 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Douglas Culverwell joins Fairline

    Douglas Culverwell has joined Fairline Boats as regional director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), following the recent expansion of Fairline's approved dealer network. 20 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Atkins to president

    Ian Atkins has been made president of Dominion Marine Media (DMM). 20 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • New coastguard centre opens

    COASTGUARD: The Maritime & Coastguard Agency has opened its new national centre near Fareham, writes Stuart Fisher. 20 Sep 2014 - Boating Business

  • Kill cord incidents

    KILL CORD: The driver of a RIB off Rhosneigr, Anglesey, disconnected his kill cord to inspect pressure loss in one of his boat's tubes, writes Stuart Fisher. 20 Sep 2014 - Boating Business