Marine industry technology news ranges from engine and other product debuts to reports of executive promotions and interviews with CEOs.
VesselVanguard has unveiled the next generation of its vessel maintenance-management website and app.
GPDock is a mobile app that offers access to a database of marinas at any time to let a boater reserve a slip. Users can log on, check a marina’s availability for a desired day and choose and reserve a slip. They can also compare amenities and read reviews from other members.
JL Audio has partnered with Sea Hunt Boats, Inc. Mfg., to supply the audio components as part of the standard equipment package on late 2018 models included in their Gamefish, Bay Boats, Ultra Series, Tritons, and Escape Series.
A new service called Nautic-On provides connectivity that keeps a boat owner apprised of his vessel’s location and systems remotely and adds a level of coverage by also keeping the service provider connected to the boat as well.
Winegard Company, a manufacturer of satellite TV antennas, receivers and accessories, has formed a marine division and hired David M. Quarters as director of the new unit.
SeaStar Solutions is now offering its Optimus 360 joystick docking and control system for Mercury Verado six-cylinder outboards with Digital Throttle & Shift.
Marine antenna manufacturer Glomex SRL has opened a North American office in Brooklyn, N.Y., and a warehouse in Dayton, Ohio.
Webasto Thermo & Comfort North America said it has partnered with the weekly syndicated TV show “Nuts & Bolts of Fishing,” which appears on Fox Sports South.
Videoworks, a designer and installer of custom entertainment systems, had its equipment on 10 superyachts at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show, including the 243-foot CRN M/Y Cloud9.
SPX Flow said it has appointed Wes Paul as the senior sales manager of Johnson Pump Marine, the company’s North and South American marine business.