Apr 9, 2019

Taco Marine Rub Rail KitYou can easily replace worn or damaged rub rail or upgrade your customer’s boats with TACO Marine Vinyl Rub Rail Kits.

Click here to watch a do-it-yourself rub rail installation video with Captain Mark Henderson from the Liquid Fire Fishing Team.

TACO Marine has been designing and manufacturing quality rub rail for leading boat builders and marine retailers for more than 50 years. A complete assortment of made-in-the-USA rub rail replacement kits for all sizes and types of boats is available.

Packaged with a one-piece flexible or semi-rigid continuous coil in seven popular sizes and profiles, the rub rail kits are backed by TACO Marine’s industry-leading 5-year limited warranty and include everything needed to easily give your boat a new look and provide many years of durable use.

For more information about TACO Marine Rub Rail Kits and other TACO Marine products, visit the TACO Marine web site https://tacomarine.com/

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BUSINESS VALUATIONS: THREE SITUATIONS WHEN YOU MIGHT NOT NEED ONE

 

Business ValuationsBy: Patrick Ungashick

Photo Credit: Dwain Bodkin


Business valuations are an important tool for owners and leaders of privately-held companies. For example, if you are doing sophisticated tax planning, buying-out a business partner, or if an owner is going through a marital divorce, then a valuation may be highly prudent—if not legally required. However, business owners and leaders should avoid rushing to get a valuation in circumstances where the need is not clear.

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North Vancouver’s Lions Gate Marina has achieved eco-certification by Georgia Strait Alliance’s ...
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Parks Canada announced that as of Friday, May 24, 2019, the Trent-Severn Waterway ...
With trade talks between the US and China stalled and heavy tariffs being levied on imported goods, ...
Mercury Marine, a division of Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC) and the leading global ...
THE Toronto International Boat Show announced that total funds raised at the 2019 January Preview ...
On May 03, 2019 Johnson Outdoors Inc., reported increased sales and earnings during ...
NMMA Canada and the Canadian Marine Trades Associations have been advised by the Government of ...
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LIONS GATE MARINA IS FIRST NORTH VANCOUVER FACILITY TO EARN ECO-CERTIFICATION WITH 4-ANCHOR RATING

Lions Gate MarinaNorth Vancouver’s Lions Gate Marina has achieved eco-certification by Georgia Strait Alliance’s Clean Marine BC program, which helps boating facilities to reduce the impact of recreational boating on the Strait of Georgia and beyond by implementing environmental best practices.

Clean Marine BC (CMBC) is a voluntary environmental recognition program for marinas, harbour authorities, yacht clubs, and boatyards. Participating facilities are awarded an anchor rating from one to five, which is based on the results of an independent audit. Lions Gate Marina has achieved a four-anchor rating. 

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BOATING ONTARIO LAUNCHES THEIR ABANDONED BOATS PROJECT

Boating Ontario LogoBoating Ontario announces the official launch of the Abandoned Boats Project Awareness Campaign aiming to increase boat owners’ awareness of their responsibilities, including proper management of their boat at the end of its life.

Boating Ontario was the recipient of a grant under Transport Canada’s Abandoned Boats Program assisting in the removal of abandoned or wrecked small boats posing a risk to Canadian Waters.  The program will help to educate small boat owners about how to responsibly manage their boats and support research on boat recycling.

 

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