May 29, 2017

Hubbel Corrosion ResistanceCorrosion has long been the bane of electrical connections exposed to wet or saltwater environments. Weather-resistant 15 amp and 20 amp heavy-duty receptacles from Hubbell Marine outlast traditional devices in commercial applications and provide an additional margin of safety.

The 15 amp HBL52CM62 and 20 amp HBL53CM62 yellow duplex receptacles are designed specifically for outdoor environments where they will be subjected to the elements. They accept standard 125 volt, 2 pole/3 wire straight blade plugs. Both are clearly marked with blue WR identification to confirm their weather resistant compliance with the National Electrical Code.

For greater versatility, the HBL53CM62 model accepts both 20 amp and 15 amp plugs. To blend in with marina or boatyard colors, the 15 amp receptacle is also available in ivory.


For full weather protection, Hubbell offers a matching duplex HBL52CM21 polycarbonate spring-loaded lift cover. Stainless steel screws and a neoprene gasket are included for mounting to FS/FD-type weatherproof boxes. It is available in yellow, gray and white. The HBL52CM62 duplex receptacle costs $22; the HBL52CM21 cover $31.

Hubbell Marine also offers 15 amp and 20 amp single yellow receptacles. Matching spring-loaded lift covers come in yellow or gray.


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VICTORIA INTERNATIONAL MARINA WELCOMES STEVE SINCLAIR AS DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS - FIRST YACHT TO BE WELCOMED TO THE NEW MARINA IN MID-AUGUST

Steve Sinclair 400Marina management expert Steve Sinclair has been appointed as director of operations for the new Victoria International Marina.

Sinclair will be responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the marina, including welcoming guests, provisioning and servicing yachts, and working with the concierge team to anticipate owner and guest needs and requests.

“We are incredibly excited to have Steve Sinclair join our team, knowing that his combined knowledge of marina management and the west coast waters of BC will be an amazing asset to the operation of the new Victoria International Marina,” says Craig Norris, CEO of Community Marine Concepts...READ MORE

FINANCIAL POST REPORTS - HOW BRP CAUGHT A BIG WAVE, WHILE BOMBARDIER WAS LEFT TREADING WATER

BRP Logo 400In a recent story in the Financial Post, writer Alicja Siekierska reported that BRP's stock is at all-time highs, it has a new dividend and an ambitious growth plan, meanwhile the former parent limps along.

We thought our readers would find this story interesting. It’s a reflection of BRP innovation and the strength of the boating market. 

On April 3, 2003, José Boisjoli gathered the 2,000 employees at Bombardier Inc.’s historic recreational product division in Valcourt, Que. to break some big news: The core unit upon which the aerospace and transportation giant had been built was being sold. READ MORE