National Marine Electronics Association 2000, or N2K standards, are steadily gaining traction as high-bandwidth products transition into marine vessels. Defining an economical data-networking system utilizing a Controller Area Network-based integrated circuit, N2K has helped usher in integrated onboard connectivity.
Boatbuilders make news when they mark production milestones, roll out fresh lines of boats and relocate to new facilities. And boatbuilding isn't limited to companies. Enterprising Individuals sometimes build a boat for themselves.
During a semester off from college, Adam Green was volunteering at a middle school in East Harlem.
Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas, the world’s third-largest cruise ship, emerged last week from a dry dock in Germany.
The Landing School’s Board of Trustees recently named Richard J. Schuhmann as president.
Last Saturday, 650 supporters gathered for the International Yacht Restoration School’s annual Summer Gala in the port city of Newport, R.I.
It isn’t easy for Chris Briggs to produce one of his 21-foot custom canoes, but the work gives the Maine builder plenty of satisfaction and the canoes attract enough customers to make him wish he could find some employees.
Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding has made a significant capital outlay for a new in-house CNC router that should pay dividends in efficiency, quality and additional revenue opportunities.
The International Yacht Restoration School’s “Mastering the Craft” series returns this summer, starting with a June 6 tour of the Clear Carbon & Components facility in Bristol, R.I.
2Play, Nauti-Craft’s new cutting-edge prototype hydraulic suspension catamaran, is set to debut June 10-12 at the Seawork International Commercial Marine and Exhibition Forum in Southampton, England.
Ross Hartman once owned a construction business. He’s still a builder, but now the Massachusetts native builds powerboats.