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AIMEX and SYBA sign an agreement

July 05, 2010

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Two key marine industry organizations have signalled a positive move forward for the Australian marine industry by signing a landmark agreement to work closer together. Under the new agreement, the Australian International Marine Export Group (AIMEX), the peak body for Australian marine exporters, will manage the day to day operations of Super Yacht Base Australia (SYBA) the peak body for the Australian superyacht sector. ... read full story

What does George Clooney, the Burj Khalifa, the Mona Lisa and Orcas have to do with Oceanco Superyachts?

July 02, 2010

Written by Mike Smith

The top responses from the 22 journalists canvassed included were “Orcas, Burj Khalifa, George Clooney, and the Mona Lisa.” Shall we conclude that Oceanco has a killer instinct, reaches to build the biggest in the world, has the sexiest yachts, and is at the same time enigmatic? ... read full story

Exclusive relationship between Princess Yachts International and Viking Sport Cruisers

July 02, 2010

Written by Eva Belanyiova

 Princess Yachts 32M Yacht Rendering

Since 1995, when an exclusive relationship was formed between Princess Yachts International and Viking Sport Cruisers of New Jersey in the US, the two companies have successfully created a new class of luxury performance motor yacht for the American market. Designed and crafted in the UK by Princess and marketed under the Viking brand in the States, these powerful cruising yachts have remained at the very forefront of the market, leading the way in quality of build, seakeeping and, through the solid foundations of Viking Sport Cruisers, class leading customer service. ... read full story

Imtech Green Ship Energy Solutions event for the maritime industry

June 30, 2010

Written by Chelsea Smith

On 24th June, Imtech Marine & Offshore organised an event for the maritime industry at its premises in Rotterdam, dedicated to the theme Green Ship Energy Solutions. A number of expert speakers from the maritime industry elaborated on the regulations, trends and technological developments concerning Efficient and Green energy management, for example new means and ways to store energy, use new energy sources and in the end achieve efficient electrical networks on board. Payoff of the event being ‘Powered by Imtech – Green Energy Solutions’, Imtech Marine & Offshore presented its vision: zero-emission ships. ... read full story

Superyacht Owners’ Guide & Yachtique Join at Monaco Yacht Show 2010

June 29, 2010

Written by Mike Smith

The launch of SYOG 2011 during the Monaco Yacht Show is the perfect opportunity for Yachtique to remind people of the unrivalled service that the Group provides. ... read full story

Riviera officially out of Administration

June 28, 2010

Written by Eva Belanyiova

The Riviera 70 Enclosed Flybridge

Riviera has received written notification on Friday June 25, 2010 from the company’s Deed Administrators that the Deed of Company Arrangement (DOCA) established in conjunction with Riviera’s creditors on January 22 this year has now been completed and thus Riviera has now officially exited from Administration. ... read full story

British Marine Federation (BMF) and the RYA promote Marine Sector

June 25, 2010

Written by Chelsea Smith

The British Marine Federation (BMF) and the RYA were delighted to be among the first organisations to host a reception in the House of Commons early in the new Parliament yesterday (23 June 2010). It was an opportunity to meet some of the newly elected MPs as well as to thank re-elected parliamentarians for their support throughout the year. The recent election saw a large increase of new MPs entering Parliament and the reception allowed the BMF and RYA to educate and inform many of them on the £3 billion marine industry; highlighting its considerable contribution to the economy. ... read full story

Henk and Tom De Vries – Next Generation at the helm of Feadship De Vries

June 24, 2010

Written by Mike Smith

The De Vries Group consists of the two Koninklijke De Vries yards in Aalsmeer and Makkum plus subsidiary companies Slob, Akerboom, STI Engineering and ITS. As managing director Tom de Vries is ultimately responsible for production and quality, while CEO Henk de Vries will oversee sales and other business areas. Both gentlemen have decades of experience and a reputation for their hands-on mentality, and will serve as a first directorship contact point for all the De Vries Group concerns. ... read full story

Garcia Yachts joins Allures Yachting with Allures, Grand Large Services and Outreme

June 23, 2010

Written by Mike Smith

Garcia, the French based aluminium sailing yacht builder has now joined the Grand Large Yachting Group. This group already included the French yacht builders Allures and Outremer and now together with Grand Large Services Garcia completes the quartet. ... read full story

BMF welcomes its new president Alan Morgan

June 23, 2010

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Alan Morgan newly appointed president of BMF - Image courtesy of BMF

he British Marine Federation (BMF) was pleased, yesterday to welcome Alan Morgan to Marine House as its new President. Alan Morgan is handed presidency of the BMF by outgoing President, Jon Eads CMM. During his time as President, Jon has led the BMF to a number of successes including securing amendments to the recently instated Marine and Coastal Access Act, maintaining a membership figure in the region of 1500 and strengthening both the PSP Southampton and Tullett Prebon London International Boat Shows, despite challenging circumstances. ... read full story

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