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Navtor opens in UK

Navtor, a Norwegian e-navigation specialist, is opening its first base in the UK in Somerset, led by Richard Northover. Northover is a veteran of the maritime …

Flexible solar panels available

Solar panel company Sunflare now mass produces flexible, light CIGS solar panels. Sunflare has reengineered the manufacturing of CIGS panels with its Capture4 …

EPA OKs route for Isobutanol

Colorado-based biofuel company Gevo has been approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for its isobutanol to be an advanced biofuel under the …

Golf balls made of fish food

FunAir’s new partner, Barcelona-based Albus Golf, makes marine-friendly golf balls made of fish food. FunAir met with Albert Buscato, founder of Albus Golf, …

Free LED selection guide makes upgrades easy

Hella Marine has published a free guide for upgrading onboard products to LED. The 20-page booklet, “10 Things to Consider When Purchasing LED Lighting”, …

Danelec gets OK for new ECDIS

Denmark-based Danelec Marine received approval from DNV GL for its new ECDIS models DM700 and DM800 G2, meaning the products meet all applicable technical …

New electronic steering launched

Wisconsin-based Twin Disc has introduced its next-generation E-Steer, a control solution that connects the helm to hydraulic-powered rudder(s) electronically. …

MOB transmitter small, light

Seattle-based Emerald Marine Products has released the Alert418 Man-Overboard Transmitter. Based on the company’s Alert2 Transmitter, Alert418 is smaller …

New tool helps repair props

Iowa-based Linden Propeller Co., designers and developers of hydraulic propeller repair machines, unveiled the Digital Data Scan Arm, which uses proprietary …

New plate cools electric, hybrid systems

Toronto-based Baknor has designed, developed and manufactured a liquid cold plate that dissipates heat from electric and hybrid propulsion systems. Using …

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PBIBS17: Crowds show up for busy, sunny Saturday

PBIBS17: Crowds show up for busy, sunny Saturday

As the sun came out and winds died down, yacht crew were finally able to tend the crowds. Photos by Dorie Cox and Lucy Chabot

PBIBS17: 14 yachts compete in Top Notch Tabletop challenge

PBIBS17: 14 yachts compete in Top Notch Tabletop challenge

Photos and story by Dorie Cox Melanie Wilkinson used to joke about what interior yacht crew were really doing all day. She worked as a …

PBIBS17: European builders increase presence in Palm Beach

PBIBS17: European builders increase presence in Palm Beach

By Dorie Cox The 32nd annual Palm Beach International Boat Show weathered several squalls on opening day. The first that hit about an …

New restrictions to affect travelers to U.S., UK from eight countries

New restrictions to affect travelers to U.S., UK from eight countries

By Dorie Cox New restrictions on airplane travel to the United States and United Kingdom from several countries in the Middle East may …