Quick Hits: April 20, 2020

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Changing restrictions throughout the United States and strict social distancing guidelines have liveaboards in the Caribbean holed up in their boats and charter fleets devoid of clients, according to an article in The New York Times. With hurricane season approaching and cruisers compelled to leave by their insurers, many boaters don’t know where to go.

The International Council of Marine Industry Associations, with its myriad connections worldwide, has provided Trade Only Today with an update on how the covid-19 pandemic is affecting marine businesses globally.

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