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Consumers are demanding increasing sophistication from the boats they buy, reflecting the conveniences and advances they have come to expect in modern automobiles. Marine technology companies are responding, developing smarter and more sophisticated electronics, cleaner, quieter and more powerful engines, and pod drives and joystick systems.
A new pilot boat that is being built for the Virginia Pilots Association will be powered by Volvo Penta IPS.
Electric marine engine maker Torqeedo worked with the British Broadcasting Corp. to power its natural history documentary team’s boat on the Amazon River, where the BBC filmed pink river dolphins in the water and jaguars on the shore for its “Planet Earth II” series.
Raymarine said it released a new version of its Wi-Fish mobile app for use with Dragonfly-PRO and Wi-Fish CHIRP Sonar systems.
SeaStar Solutions recently held its first international sales meeting at its Hydraulic Division headquarters outside Vancouver, British Columbia.
Dometic announced a new brand positioning for the company at the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association’s National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., on Monday and plans to unveil the new strategy to the marine industry on Feb. 16 at the Miami International Boat Show.
T-H Marine Supplies said the first of its Mr. Crappie brand products, Crappie Care, is in stock.
ASA Electronics said it developed a new brand to match its product development in anticipation of the company’s 40th anniversary in 2017.
B&G introduced the new Zeus sailing chart-plotter and navigation system, designed to meet the needs of bluewater cruisers and regatta sailors.
AMSTERDAM — The world’s largest marine equipment trade show, METS Trade, opened today at RAI Amsterdam in the Netherlands to large crowds amid cool, rainy weather. More than 22,000 professional exhibitors are expected this week for what is billed as the largest METS Trade ever, featuring a record 1,471 exhibitors.
After initially launching C Command Connect last month at the International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference in the United States, Cummins introduced the panel system to European original equipment manufacturers today as the METS Trade Show opened in Amsterdam.