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New radars help detect ice, oil

Furuno, a marine electronics company based in Camas, Washington, now offers two specialty add-on components for its Furuno X7 Radar series: the FICE100 Ice …

Digital navigation tool enhanced

Navtor, a supplier of navigational products and services, has announced the launch of NavStation 4.0, which updates its digital chart table with a new passage …

Vesconite opens European office

Vesconite, maker of high-performance bearing polymers, has opened a European office and warehouse in Utrecht, Netherlands, and has added a sales engineer to …

Feedback sought for post-hurricane remapping

A month-long project to remap South Florida waterways affected by Hurricane Irma kicks off Jan. 19, led by Navionics, a Garmin Ltd. company that develops and …

Marine antenna maker opens U.S. office

Marine antenna manufacturer Glomex SRL has opened a North American office in Brooklyn, New York, and a warehouse in Dayton, Ohio. Glomex Marine Antennas USA …

Military orders ThrowRaft for rescues

ThrowRaft, the first U.S. Coast Guard-approved inflatable throwable personal flotation device, has proven valuable to the Texas Army National Guard, which, in …

Dutch shipyard unveils classed, 3D-printed propeller

A new 3D-printed ship propeller has passed rigorous testing and is now class approved, Netherlands-based Damen Shipyard Group has announced. The WAAMpeller, a …

Online course teaches how to deal with engine problems

The web-based training company Boaters University is offering a three-hour, online course in “Marine Diesel Maintenance and Troubleshooting.” The $350 …

Safe Harbor marinas join Seabin Project

Safe Harbor Marinas, based in Dallas, Texas, has joined the Seabin Project as aglobal pilot partner and plans to introduce the innovative anti-pollution …

Wartsila to supply engines for Sunstone vessel

A 341-foot (104m) exploration cruise vessel being built for Sunstone Ships Inc. of Miami, Florida, will be equipped with Wärtsilä engines and exhaust gas …

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