ABYC Logo 2017There is a growing shortage of marine techs all across Canada and the American Boat & Yacht Council (ABYC) has a potential solution to attract more young people into the industry.

NMEA LogoThis advanced installer class is designed for the Marine Electronics Installer (MEI) who wishes to achieve competency in advanced topic areas and concepts. 

Safety TipsThe Boating Ontario Conference held in Collingwood, Ontario November 25 to 27, included a number of very practical sessions geared for marina owners. 

WSPS SessionsOn Monday November 27, Tanya Muller from Workplace Safety & Prevention Services addressed the crowd of Boating Ontario members talking about ways to improve industrial health and safety for your small business or marina.

Andy Adams Award 400Last night Boating Ontario presented BIC’s Andy Adams with the W.J. Robertson Award. The award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated an outstanding contribution and has expressed an appreciation for the Boating Ontario Association.

IMBC LogoThe International Marina and Boatyard Conference (IMBC) has added a Hurricane Recovery Forum to its 2018 conference agenda. 

Marine Fabricators ConferenceYou've heard the old saying, "two heads are better than one". That couldn't ring more true than when it comes to the round table discussions at Marine Fabricators Conference 2018.

ABYC logoThe 2nd Annual ABYC Marine Law Symposium is a premier training event that will prepare you to navigate the legal aspects of recreational boating accidents.

Sara Anghel Andrea Razeto Ed SlackHistory was made in Amsterdam, Netherlands on November 15 as Campion Marine became the first Canadian company to be honoured at the annual METSTRADE Boat Builder Awards for Business Achievement.

ABYC LogoJoin the 3,000+ ABYC Certified Technicians around the world trained at the highest level to ensure that the work that they perform, whether design, repair or installation, is in accordance with ABYC Standards. 

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FLIR INTRODUCES RAYMARINE MAGNUM HIGH-PERFORMANCE MARINE RADAR

Flir Raymarine RadarOpen ArrayRadar Brings Superior Target Tracking and Long-Range Identification for Blue Water Vessels 

FLIR Systems, Inc., has announced the Raymarine Magnum™ high-performance open array radar featuring superior bird mode and beam sharpening technology. Including many of the same radar technologies trusted by the United States Coast Guard, Magnum offers enhanced target tracking, reliable performance, and superior image detail packaged in a sleek open array pedestal built to withstand the harsh marine environment. READ MORE

 

 

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Navico – the world’s largest manufacturer of marine electronics and parent company to the Lowrance®, Simrad® and B&G® brands – announced today the appointment of Steve Rae to the position of Country Manager for Canada. Based in Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Rae will be responsible for sales, service and support for the company’s three marine electronics brands. In addition, he will oversee a new Edmonton-basedNavico service center that will open its doors on May 30.  READ MORE