Apr 4, 2021

Furuno ShowcaseSelling a radar system to your customers is a major sale for your business. Radar is one of the most important devices to help your customers stay safe on the water. No other piece of marine electronics can give them as much information about the objects around their boat and keep them aware in darkness, rain, or fog.

Join Furuno at 7:00 PM EDT (4:00 PM PDT) as their experts walk through what a Radar is, how it works, and how to select the best Radar option. We'll be going LIVE on Facebook and YouTube to discuss what is perhaps the most important navigation safety device. Whether you are a seasoned mariner or new to Radar, we invite you to tune in - you're certain to pick up some new tips and tricks along the way!
 
As always, Furuno will include plenty of time for questions and answers. 
 
Here's our schedule for the next three weeks:
 
• May 5 – TZtouch3 Version 2 Software Features
• May 12 – Ask The Experts – How to choose the right Radar
• May 19 – SCX20/21 Satellite Compasses
 
To ensure you never miss an opportunity to ask questions and get answers from the professionals at Furuno USA, visit us on Facebook and YouTube. Make sure to click Like, Subscribe, and click on the YouTube Notifications Bell to be notified when our Live Technology Showcases are getting ready to start. You can also get notified when we go LIVE on Facebook!

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Electric Shock Drowning - the invisible hazard in the water

VoltSafe Shore Power

Why is swimming not allowed at marinas? 

Most people assume this is to prevent swimmers from being injured or killed by boats. But there’s also another invisible hazard, electric shock.  Electric shock drowning happens when electric current leaks into a surrounding body of water and the water becomes energized. If someone enters that area of water, he or she could lose muscle control and be unable to swim to safety or call for help.

Power boats with faulty electrical wiring that are connected to shore power may cause the water to become energized.

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Changing Scene

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Launchings

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CPS-ECP and Carefree Boat Club

The Canadian Power and Sail Squadron (CPS-ECP) has a new valued service for their members - and it is with Carefree Boat Club (CBC) in Canada.

CBC is now a proud Sponsor offering benefits for CPS-ECP members that join Carefree. One of the new member benefits includes incentives for CPS-ECP members to continue their boating education through CPS-ECP courses. CBC will offer a discount on their membership entry fee and reimburse members partially any successfully completed CPS-ECP courses moving forward. Courses are held either in class, virtual meetings or online. There is something to be said about the benefits of having your own personal teacher! 

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Shurhold Snap and Zipper LubricantWords of exasperation wafting across a marina often signal a boat owner fighting with a jammed zipper or snap that won't catch. This frustrating situation is simple to avoid by using Snap Stick from Shurhold. Made in the USA, the easy-to-apply lubricant keeps marine fittings working smoothly for up to three months and reduces stress levels around the docks.

A unique, wax-like formula, Snap Stick lubricates and protects plastic and metal snaps, zippers, hinges and other small hardware from the effects of harsh marine environment exposure. Unscented, non-toxic and biodegradable, it won't harm fabrics and other boat surfaces. Non-soluble, it doesn't rinse off when exposed to rain and spray, or boat washing. 

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People

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HanseYachts AG announces Boris Heitmann new VP Communications & Investor Relations

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The graduate in business administration, communications manager and yachtsman brings with him many years of experience in international companies from various sectors and as an independent entrepreneur. Heitmann started his career in 1991 at the energy company Esso.

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