Furuno USA president Jim Atteridge is retiring after 30 years and assuming a new role as director and corporate adviser.
Advances in marine electronics, including GPS and electronic charts, computer-aided design and gyro stabilizers, have transformed the on-the-water experience, making boating safer and more enjoyable.
Jeppesen Marine unveiled a new C-MAP website for its recreational boating customers around the world.
Cobra Electronics Corp. is partnering with Atlantic Marketing, an East Coast independent manufacturer’s representative for marine, trailer, powersports and sporting goods markets.
Elkhart, Ind.-based Furrion announced plans today at the Marine Equipment Trade Show in Amsterdam to open a European distribution center later this year in the Netherlands.
OceanLED USA LLC was selected as the preferred supplier for underwater LED lighting and accessories by the buying group International Boat Builders Inc.
ASA Electronics hired Jannie Slone as its new public relations and digital marketing specialist.
TAMPA, Fla. — Consumers continue to add gadgets, equipment and electronics to their boat — everything from LED underwater lights to inverters to video cameras to stern thrusters to 22-inch multifunction helm displays. And, of course, they’re armed with their mobile devices when they come aboard. Can’t leave those at home. In response, Blue Sea…more
New Jersey-based wholesale marine electronics and supplies vendor Win-Tron Electronics said it was named a key distributor for the United Kingdom’s Bluefin LED, a designer and manufacturer of premium underwater LED lights for boats, yachts, docks and marinas.
The Volvo Ocean Race is scheduled to begin the first leg of a nearly 40,000-nautical-mile global circumnavigation on Oct. 11 and each of the seven identical sailing yachts will be rigged with Mastervolt electrical systems.
Russian technology company Shvabe Holding said it is ready to begin testing its latest creation — a ship-mounted laser cannon that can cut through ice.