Chris BernauerHarris Pontoons, a division of Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC), has named Chris Bernauer as President effective immediately.  Bernauer joins Brunswick from Harley-Davidson where he held a variety of leadership positions.

James Douglas RosboroughIt is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of James Douglas Rosborough "Doug", age 91, on April 23, 2020 in Northwood - Halifax due to complications of COVID-19.

Martin DyckMartin was born on August 15, 1958 to Henry and Elisabeth Dyck in the Niagara on the Lake Hospital. He completed the family of five children. He enjoyed his youth in Virgil and, upon completing high school and college, entered the workforce at Stelco in the Quality Control Department.

Janice Mary Alice ParisIt is with heavy hearts and cherished memories that we announce the passing of Janice Mary Alice Paris on April 13, 2020. She passed peacefully with her family by her side, at her favourite place; her home on Stoney Lake after a short but courageous battle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML). 

Lumishore Jamie ShoemakerLumishore, manufacturer of high-performance LED lighting systems for above and below the waterline, announced today the appointment of Jamie Shoemaker as US Southeast Regional Sales Manager. In her new role, she will be responsible for Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee and Alabama.

Yami HuBrunswick Corporation has announced that Yami Hu, Boston Whaler Director of Strategic Planning, has been selected to receive the Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead Award from the Manufacturing Institute for 2020.

Boating Writer' InternationalBoating and fishing journalists, photographers and videographers were recognized at the start of the 2020 Miami International Boat Show in an annual awards program conducted by the membership of Boating Writers International (BWI). 

Marcus and MattPropspeed, leading innovator of underwater asset coatings, announced today it has hired Matt Forbes to fill the role of Sales Director – EMEA and Marcus Hamilton as Vice President of Sales & Operations – Americas.

Julian PotterJulian Potter has joined E-Plex, the leading brand of multiplexing technology for vehicle developers and boat builders.  Appointed as Head of Sales, Julian’s role will involve managing the company’s dealer network, overseeing new product introduction and identifying and securing new business opportunities.

Cameron WardlawThe Canadian boating industry lost one of the great ones this past week. Cameron Wardlaw sadly passed away in Barrie at the age of 81.

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Corporate Profile - Dometic Outdoor Global Marine Division

Dometic

Dometic Outdoor Global Marine Division is one organization that has set the bar high globally on quality standards in all aspects of its operation. From its human resources practices to its product development and manufacturing standards, the company strives for 110% in all it does. Dometic’s Vancouver, British Columbia design and manufacturing facility is the largest marine focused company in Canada. Its global standards are admirable, and our entire industry can learn from its leadership and positive practices.

In 1962, Dometic (then under the name Teleflex) developed, launched, and marketed a mechanical steering system and with its success came the first hydraulic steering in 1983 and No FeedBack Steering in ’91. 

 
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Launchings

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Electric Boat

The 10th edition of the Monaco Energy Boat Challenge (MEBC) has wrapped up at the Yacht Club de Monaco (YCM) and it gives a compelling look at the future of electric boating.

The MEBC was started in 2014 as a competition between university teams who built and raced boats powered only by solar power and batteries. To encourage more participation from institutions that may not have naval architecture or boat construction expertise, the YCM introduced the Energy Class competition. The club supplies the student teams with the same one-design catamaran hull, and each team adds their own cockpit and propulsion system that can be powered by any renewable alternative energy sources, not just solar.

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Questus Radar Mount

Questus Marine patented, Self-Leveling Radar Mounts automatically keep radar antennas level with the horizon, eliminating target loss.

Regardless of the angle of heel, with a Questus mount, a radar antenna will pick up targets to either side of a vessel, rather than aiming to the sky and water (for planes and fish). The Questus Marine Self-Leveling Radar Mount can be installed in three basic configurations: backstay mount, mast mount or Stern Pole mount.

 

 

 

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