Miscellaneous news about the marine industry.


Safe Haven Boat Lifts

You’ll get a lift if you sell these boat lifts – that’s the sales pitch from Carolina Waterworks, manufacturer of Safe Haven Boat Lifts. The Goose Creek, S.C., company is seeking dealers by offering a 60-day trial period and supplying advertising, marketing, customer service and technical support, as well as in-depth training, according to president…more


Compact NaviLED navigation lamps

Hella Marine has introduced the second generation of its Compact NaviLED navigation lamps. The port and starboard lights provide convenient horizontal surface mounting and are visible within two nautical miles, according to the company. Using a combined 2 watts, the Compact NaviLEDs consume less than 10 percent of the power required to run a bulb…more


Pacifica Plus

More and more marinas and boatyards are going green, and copper-free antifouling paint can help. Interlux’s Pacifica Plus uses the copper alternative Econea as an antifouling agent. “It uses a controlled biocide release to combat fouling and Biolux technology to control slime,” says Bob Donat, Interlux vice president of marketing. “It erodes away over time,…more


Sea/Fresh Marine Elegance

What do plankton, krill and other marine micro-organisms have in common? They cause a boat’s head to stink to high heaven if it has a seawater-flushing system. Flushing with fresh water solves the problem, but what a waste. Raritan’s new Sea/Fresh Marine Elegance head can alternate between fresh- and raw-water flushing. The idea is to…more



Paradox Marine has enhanced its Nav-Tracker 2.0 wireless boat location and GPS tracking system with SmartKey, which automatically disarms the system when the vessel operator boards and rearms it when he or she disembarks. SmartKey uses radio-frequency identification technology, so the boat owner does not have to go to the Nav-Tracker transmitter to arm or…more


Agony in the auto industry, too

Dealers are facing tight consumer credit and floorplan troubles – sound familiar? Like the marine industry, the automobile business is mired in its worst decline since the 1970s. U.S. auto sales were down roughly 34 percent through April 30 from a year ago. They declined another 34 percent in May alone, although that was slightly…more


SecureStack 6-gallon fuel tanks

Two smaller fuel tanks are better than one larger tank, according to Unified Marine Inc., manufacturer of SeaSense marine and trailer accessories. SecureStack 6-gallon fuel tanks can be stacked on top of each other, making it easier and safer to handle, haul and stow fuel, says Kevin Mullins, SeaSense creative director. Grooves on the top…more


Dr. Shrink’s Heat Shrink Tape

A nice shrink-wrapping job can get roughed up quickly during boat transportation. Dr. Shrink’s Heat Shrink Tape can repair holes in the plastic enclosure and can be used to tape pleats and attach zipper-access doors. For long-term storage, you can seal the edges of shrink wrap with the Manistee, Mich., company’s Preservation Tape, which leaves…more


Contoure International LEDs

Making the switch from halogen lights to LEDs just got easier. Contoure International Inc. manufactures LEDs that fit a variety of lamps and are comparable to a 10-watt xenon or halogen light, according to the Sarasota, Fla., company. The 12-volt DC LEDs require just 2.4 watts of electricity and provide 40,000 hours of service. With…more



Leave your respirator in the shop – that’s what the distributors of a new non-petroleum cleaning solvent say you can do when its product is used to prepare surfaces. Bio-Solv is a non-toxic, non-flammable cleaner that works better than acetone or xylene, and is much safer to use, according to Anthony Severino, marketing manager for…more

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