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Lauderdale Florida Yacht Brokers Yacht Engineering Seminar

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Date(s) - Apr 5, 2016
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April 5 in Ft. Lauderdale:  Florida Yacht Brokers’ 2nd annual Yacht Engineering Seminar (YES). About 250 yacht brokers, technical service providers and other yachting industry professionals expected to attend educational symposium inform on engineering aspects of the vessels attendees sell and service. Sessions include marine propulsion, noise suppression, coatings, and international maritime standards and regulations.

Captains, engineers and deck crew are invited and Triton readers get member rate (less than half price). That includes breakfast, lunch, cocktails, parking and interesting programing including a session by Triton columnist Rich Merhige on noise suppression.

Click here to register.

Admission to the day-long YES symposium is $60 for FYBA members and $150 for non-members, and includes Continental breakfast, lunch and a networking cocktail reception.

SPEAKING TOPICS
• Noise Suppression: What’s that noise?
Rich Merhige, AME
• Engine room ventilation and exhaust: Air in/Air out
Jorge Lang, DeAngelo Marine Exhaust
Michael Murray, Murray Marine Consulting
• The basics of repowering and engine rebuilds: Repower 101
Iain Pelto, Cummins
Mark Goosic, Cummins
• NMEA 2000: The Smart boat
Peter Braffitt, Gemeco
• ABYC: The US Standard of Yacht & Boat construction
John Adey, President ABYC
• Electrical Power Generation: The how and why
Bob Senter, Northern Lights

REASONS TO ATTEND
This one day symposium will educate attendees on the many systems & design considerations on yachts.
Members: $60
Non-Members: $150

VENDORS INCLUDE:
Cummins / Advanced Mechanical Engineering / Robert Allen Law / MEI / AlexSeal / Seakeeper / Northern Lights / DeAngelo Exhaust / Lauderdale Marine Center / Headhunter / Lumishore / Simrad-Navico

THIS YEAR’S PROGRAM INCLUDES AN EXPO HALL WITH UP TO 25 PARTICIPATING VENDORS FOR ONE-ON-ONE NETWORKING AND INFORMATION.

CONTACT FYBA AT 954.522.9270.  FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT FYBA.ORG

To register, visit www.FYBA.org.

 

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