E-navigation company Navtor joined forces with Nautic AB, a provider of navigational equipment, charts and publications to the Swedish market, to launch Navtor Nautic AB.
Marine industry technology news ranges from engine and other product debuts to reports of executive promotions and interviews with CEOs.
McMurdo opened what it says is the world’s first Emergency Readiness and Response Experience Center at its Washington, D.C., location.
Ameritex Fabric Systems, a member of the Taylor Made Group and supplier of engineered canvas enclosures, tops and covers for OEM boatbuilders, is introducing a new exclusive fabric to the marine industry.
SureShade co-founder Dana Russikoff participated in a Women of Philadelphia Industry and Manufacturing Panel to discuss women’s growth opportunities and other issues in the Philadelphia manufacturing sector, as well as the marine industry.
Boating Industry magazine announced its list of the top 50 products of the year.
Simrad Yachting today unveiled its closely guarded Halo Pulse Compression Radar product, which it calls “the world’s first high-performance solid-state, open-array radar system with pulse compression technology.”
For the first time in more than a decade, the World Maritime Technology Conference will be held Nov. 3-7 at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence.
The McMurdo Group is hosting a webinar at 10 a.m. (EDT) Tuesday with Andrew Taylor, an amateur sailor taking part in the ninth annual Clipper Round the World yacht race who fell overboard in the icy waters of the North Pacific.
Are drones a fad or are they the future? Unmanned aircraft systems are here to stay, Bob Gonsalves told a meeting of boating writers after they had oohed and aahed at a drone flying around the room at the Miami International Boat Show in February.
British manufacturer McMurdo Marine said it will be the official safety beacon partner of the long-running reality TV series “Deadliest Catch.”