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FYBA yacht engineering seminar educates brokers, captains, engineers, more

More than 150 yacht brokers, captains, owners, engineers and more attended the Florida Yacht Brokers Association (FYBA) 2nd Annual Yacht Engineering Seminar in Ft. Lauderdale on April 5. The event aims to educates yacht industry participants on safety, operations, trends and gives insight into topics such as engine rebuilds, smart yacht technology, noise suppression, exhaust systems, electrical power generation and hull form and stability.

Title sponsors of the event are: Advanced Mechanical Enterprises and Cummins, Inc. global power. Anchor sponsors included Robert Allen Law, Marine Electronics Installers (MEI), Seakeeper gyro stabilization, Northern Lights, Inc. and DeAngelo Marine Exhaust. Table exhibitors were Lumishore Underwater Brilliance, ALEXSEAL Yacht Coatings, Lauderdale Marine Center, SIMRAD navigation systems, Walker AIRSEP filters and engine room, HEADHUNTER plumbing, Mini-VSAT satellite.

For more information about upcoming events sponsored by the FYBA visit www.fyba.org

 

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