All Germany articles – Page 9

  • Webasto Group Stockdorf corporate office

    Coronavirus hits 7 Webasto employees

    2020-02-03T07:52:00Z IBI , by Craig Ritchie

    Stockdorf, Germany-based marine and automotive equipment manufacturer Webasto Group has confirmed that as of January 31, seven of its employees – five Germans and two Chinese nationals – have now tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

  • Bavaria's Muller

    Bavaria Yachts buys Greenline Neo series to enter the outboard market


    German boatbuilder Bavaria Yachtbau GmbH has announced that it will add outboard motorboats to its current lineup of sailboats, inboard motorboats and catamarans with the addition of the Greenline Neo series, acquired from the Slovenian SVP Yachts Shipyard. The sale will be completed in March.

  • Sea Tourism Summit_2

    1st Sea Tourism Summit deemed a success despite teething troubles


    The Düsseldorf Boat Show program started early today with the launch edition of the one-day Sea Tourism Summit,  an innovative initiative by boot Düsseldorf and The Economist

  • Massimo Perotti

    Too many boatbuilders, supply chain improvements needed – industry challenges highlighted at summit

    2020-01-17T16:18:00Z IBI , by David Robinson

    Sanlorenzo chairman Massimo Perotti said the company’s recent IPO was a worthwhile experience In the session entitled ‘Shipbuilding and yachting and what lies ahead’ at today’s Sea Tourism Summit as part of Boot Düsseldorf, a series of key recommendations were put forward by the panel to address ...

  • Ecoworks Marine

    Ecoworks Marine appoints Dutch distributor


    Ecoworks Marine in the UK has chosen Dutch distributor Belship to represent its sustainable interior and exterior cleaning products range in Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Germany.

  • photo: Messe Düsseldorf/ctillmann

    2020 Boot Düsseldorf to be bigger than ever


    The 51st edition of Boot Düsseldorf, the world’s largest indoor boat show, will be bigger than ever and will include a new hall and new events. The show runs from January 18-26 at Messe Düsseldorf.

  • Jochen Engelmann VP Sales EMEA Torqeedo

    Torqeedo appoints VP of sales for EMEA


    Torqeedo, the German electric propulsion specialist, has named Jochen Engelmann as its new vice-president of sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

  • Liqui Moly

    Liqui Moly reports record turnover


    Liqui Moly, the German oil and additive specialist, has reported record turnover of €569m in 2019 – a 4% increase over the previous year and a new sales record.

  • Around 150 delegates attended this year's International Breakfast Meeting in Dusseldorf

    Speakers confirmed for 2020 International Breakfast Meeting


    The speakers have been announced for the 2020 edition of the International Breakfast Meeting (IBM) at boot Düsseldorf in January, featuring the topic of sustainable boating. They include the European Commission, as well as innovators and entrepreneurs from the fields of hydrogen, digitalisation, electric and hybrid.


    Hamburg Boat Show discontinued

    2019-12-03T16:13:00Z IBI , by Stefan Gerhard

    Organiser blames “economic reasons” for the show’s demise

  • Berlin Boat Show_2018

    Boat & Fun Berlin hits visitor milestone – how does it compare to other shows in the region?

    2019-11-26T14:43:00Z IBI , by Stefan Gerhard

    After four days and a pre-start with the prestigious Gala Night of Boats, the Boat & Fun Berlin boat show ended with a big growth in exhibitors, exhibition space and visitors. The fact that Boat & Fun Berlin is booming is clear when looking at the figures published after the ...

  • News

    Boot Düsseldorf to host Sea Tourism Summit ahead of show


    A new Sea Tourism Summit is to be held ahead of next year’s Boot Düsseldorf exhibition in Germany. The event, entitled ‘Navigating a Sea of Opportunities’, will take place on January 17 and is being organised by Economist Events in conjunction with the show.

  • BOB Awards 2019

    Best of Boats Awards 2019 – winners revealed


    The 2019 Best of Boats (BOB) Awards were presented in Germany last night at Boot & Fun Berlin. The winners were selected by an international jury of 18 boating journalists from 16 countries who tested more than 150 different new motorboat models from the current model year.

  • Hanse's Fjord

    Hanse Yachts reports record turnover

    2019-10-31T15:30:00Z IBI , by Arlene Sloan

    Germany’s largest production boatbuilder increased turnover to €150m and achieved its highest profits since 2008

  • News

    New marina planned for German island


    With plans to overhaul the marine infrastructure of Germany’s Heligoland island in the North Sea, local authorities are planning to build a new marina with more berthing capacity than the existing marina which currently accommodates around 120 boats.

  • VBH

    VBH opens German office


    Dutch systems integrator Van Berge Henegouwen has opened an office in northern Germany in a bid to ramp up its presence worldwide. It is VBH’s third location outside the Netherlands.

  • 58ft Riviera Yacht

    New Riviera importer for Germany and Benelux


    BestBoats, a Dutch broker of premium motoryachts, has become the importer of high-end Australian brands Riviera and Belize for Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.

  • BOB Awards jury 2019

    Best of Boats (BOB) Awards – jury revealed


    The jury has been announced for this year’s Best of Boats (BOB) Awards. They come from 16 countries and represent every important watersports destination and boatbuilding nation.

  • News

    Ocean Link diversifies yacht-service offerings


    Ocean Link Inc, a marine plumbing specialist based in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, has been certified by Germany’s Böning Group to sell, service and install ship automation products for yachts.

  • The Port of Hamburg is Europe's third largest port

    Hamburg signs up for northern European superyacht route


    Hamburg has joined a Dutch superyacht sector drive to craft a northern European superyacht route as an alternative to the well-worn Mediterranean and Caribbean sailing areas. Other northern ports are expected to follow suit.