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ABYC announces summer webinars

The American Boat and Yacht Council is offering three webinars this summer: "Changes to Marine Fuel Systems," "Basic Electrical Fundamentals Every Technician Must Know," and "ABYC Standards Supplement 50."

"Changes to Marine Fuel Systems" is set for 1 p.m. (Eastern time) June 29. Attendees are invited to join the ABYC technical department for an overview of the current status of marine fuel systems.

"Basic Electrical Fundamentals Every Technician Must Know" takes place at 1 p.m. (ET) July 21. The session provides an opportunity to give shop techs a basic class on electrical fundamentals.

"ABYC Standards Supplement 50: What is new for 2010-2011" is set for 1 p.m. (ET) Aug. 25.

On July 31, ABYC will publish the Golden Anniversary 2010-2011 edition of Standards and Technical Information Reports for Small Craft. Join the ABYC technical department as director John Adey and manager Eric Johnson discuss the major standards changes occurring this year.

Click here for the full release and registration information.

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