All Legal and Regulatory articles – Page 20

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    Marketplace: Marina equipment

    2007-12-01T10:38:00Z

    Global economic ups and downs aside, the space available to keep boats has a direct bearing on boating market growth. Berth provision varies from region to region, but increasing boat sizes, shortages of sites, planning authorities’ attitudes and an ever-growing welter of environmental regulation all put pressure on boating infrastructure. ...

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    BUSINESS REPORT | The Netherlands

    2007-11-01T16:09:00Z

    The Dutch market remains relatively buoyant, with an increasing number of manufacturers investing to increase efficiencies in the face of increased competition from abroad. Though the outlook remains positive, the potential lack of skilled workers to shoulder the growth remains cause for concern.

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    BUSINESS REPORT | Mexico: Marina mayhem - Everyone agrees there’s a shortage of slip spaces, but a hot debate is under way over where to put them

    2007-11-01T15:26:00Z

    There is also a question about what type of facilities should be built — for large yachts or small sailboats

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    BUSINESS REPORT | Mexico

    2007-11-01T15:23:00Z

    Despite a poorly developed infrastructure, many think Mexico’s boating market has significant potential for growth. Brunswick Corp, planning for a long-term presence, is investing millions into creating a national dealer network.

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    BUSINESS REPORT | Poland

    2007-11-01T10:43:00Z

    Poland’s track record as a contract boatbuilder for a number of key European and US yards is well documented. However, demand for home-grown brands is on the rise too — and not just in export markets, as early indications suggest that an increasing number of ‘middle-class’ Polish consumers are slowly ...

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    BUSINESS REPORT | USA equipment report: Northern migration

    2007-10-01T10:14:00Z

    Hurricanes, high taxes and insurance are prompting some equipment manufacturers to relocate from Florida. Is this the beginning of a long-term exodus?

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    Preview Monaco 2007 Yacht Show | Superyacht central

    2007-09-01T15:53:00Z

    This year’s Monaco show is set to reinforce its position as the world’s prime meeting point for all sides of the superyacht business — from owners and buyers, builders, naval architects and designers, equipment and service providers to captains and crew. Bob Greenwood reports.

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    Yacht owner | John Rosatti: Investor relations

    2007-09-01T15:45:00Z

    American John Rosatti explains to Bransom Beam his approach to yacht investment and recounts his experiences of cruising in the Mediterranean aboard his new Christensen 157 Nice ‘n’ Easy during the 2007 summer season.

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    BUSINESS REPORT | Russia

    2007-06-01T14:29:00Z

    Russia’s marine potential has until recently been a story of extremes, divided between the large motor- and superyacht sectors and the runabout market, but as boating’s appeal widens and the first wave of boaters looks to upgrade, things are changing.

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    Menorquin Yachts | Classic novels

    2007-06-01T10:40:00Z

    Menorquin Yachts is in the process of tweaking its distinctive motorcruiser formula to appeal to a wider international audience. Phil Draper investigates.

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    New products

    2007-04-01T16:04:00Z

    New products

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    BUSINESS REPORT | Germany

    2007-04-01T14:38:00Z

    Germany’s marine leisure industry really is a tale of two halves. On the one hand its domestic retail activity is still rather lacklustre, despite a more positive economic backdrop. But on the other, a handful of boatbuilders and equipment companies lead the world and continue to find substantial growth in ...

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    SNAPSHOT | Ireland

    2007-04-01T14:12:00Z

    A lack of leisure marine facilities and infrastructure is threatening the future growth of an industry with significant potential.

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    BUSINESS REPORT | Italy

    2007-02-01T16:05:00Z

    Italy’s marine leisure industry, arguably the second-largest in the world in terms of production, appears immune to its country’s current lacklustre economic performance and continues to drive forward both at home and abroad.

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    Marketplace: Inboards for 2007

    2007-02-01T16:01:00Z

    After a few years of frenetic development of emissions-compliant engines to meet new EPA and EU restrictions, the inboard engine market is starting to slow.

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    NSW brokers graduate from inaugural BIA course

    2006-10-06T21:06:00Z

    The accredited course was designed to improve business practices in running a brokerage firm

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    MDL Marinas names new marina manager

    2006-08-11T05:57:00Z

    Europe's largest marina operator, Marina Developments Limited, appoints Michael Glanville as its new marina manager, effective immediately

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    Viking Yachts commended for employee health services programme

    2006-08-04T21:49:00Z

    The yacht builder was given an award by the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses

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    US Coast Guard seeks nominees for boating safety advisory council

    2006-06-28T21:06:00Z

    The council is looking for representatives from marine manufacturers, associations and state boating safety officers

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    YDSA to hold annual conference

    2006-02-13T08:22:00Z

    The annual Yacht Designers and Surveyors Association's (YDSA) city conference will take place on March 21, 2006 at The Cruising Association in London, UK