ProspEcelectronics-400.jpgProspec Electronics, has released an updated version of its top-selling weather-resistant digital stereo receiver. The Infinity by Harman INFPRV315.2 encompasses everything that made the INFPRV315 so appealing to consumers and OEMs, and adds up-to-the-minute features coveted by boat, motorcycle, golf and ATV/UTV enthusiasts.

Albinpump-400.jpgBoat owners know the confused look on a guest's face when explaining the myriad of steps needed to simply flush a traditional marine toilet. With Albin Pump Marine's Conversion Kits, it's easy to upgrade a wide range of manual toilets to electric flush.

FURUNO-FM4800-400.jpgSafety at sea is a top priority, and Furuno's commitment to safety, performance and reliability is well known. When you're on the water and something goes wrong, every boater knows it's imperative that you have a reliable link to dry land.

Accon-Marine-Drink-HolderConstantly spilling beverages while onboard a boat can be frustrating and messy. Accon Marine's Adjustable Drink Holder eliminates this headache by keeping boaters' drinks steady, regardless of what they might be.

Mercury Marine New-Diesel LineMercury Marine, the world leader in marine propulsion and technology, has introduced at the Sydney Boat Show, a new line of 3.0-liter diesel engines for sterndrive, inboard and water-jet applications, available in 150hp, 230hp and 270hp.

Master-Fender-Covers-400.jpgMaster Fender Covers are a complete solution that adds additional style and protection to a yacht or boat.

Smartplug-400.jpgA perfect day on the water doesn't need to end with wrestling a stiff and heavy 50A power cord into place. SmartPlug Systems' innovative SUPERFLEX50 50A 125/250V Cord set lays out and coils with absolute ease, no matter the temperature.

Tonlight Warning IndicatorsTransducers USA, has announced the expansion of their Tonelight™ Series of warning indicators to include a family of new models with stainless steel housings.

Raymarine Black BoxThe RVX1000 3D CHIRP Sonar brings RealVision 3D high-powered CHIRP Sonar to Raymarine’s new flagship MFD system,Axiom XL.

Rariton ToiletKeeping fresh and waste water separate is of the utmost importance on a boat. With Raritan's SeaEra Electric Macerating Toilet, there is never the possibility of waste water contaminating the contents of the bowl thanks to its superior and innovative design.

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New Brunswick StudyA study released July 31st, highlights the need to increase awareness among New Brunswick youth about career opportunities in the oceans industry, including aquaculture, shipbuilding, boatbuilding, tidal energy, and ocean technologies.

The Student Intentions and Perceptions Study, developed by researchers for the Marine People Partnership (MPP) at the Institute for Ocean Research Enterprise (IORE), along with the New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (EECD), summarizes data and insights gained from a survey of over 3,200 students in grades 6-9 across New Brunswick regarding careers in the Oceans Industry. READ MORE

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The International Marina Institute (IMI), a subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries (AMI), is working with their affiliate partner Boating BC Association to bring our much sought-after Intermediate Marina Management (IMM) Course to Nanaimo, British Columbia, December 2-6, 2018.

“I am delighted to not only be bringing the IMM course back to the West Coast but to also be bringing it to our neighbors in Canada. Education is the key to success of any business and IMI is always looking for new regions to train marina industry professionals,” said Merritt Alves, IMI training coordinator. READ MORE

 

 

ABYC AND BOAT MANUFACTURERS WORK TO MINIMIZE THE SPREAD OF AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES

ABYC AQUATIS INVASIVE SPECIESThe American Boat & Yacht Council (ABYC) has published a technical information report that provides information regarding Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) with consideration to the design and construction of boats, trailers, engines, components, and accessories in order to minimize the spread of AIS. The report reviews current AIS inspection and decontamination processes and provides best practices and recommendations for manufacturers to reference.

“Developing the AIS technical report was a great collaborative effort between the boating industry and the resource management community,” said Brian Goodwin ABYC technical director. READ MORE

 

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