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  • Nanni Opérateur sur chaîne Covid-19 - Nanni Industries

    Nanni maintains operations


    French engine manufacturer Nanni has released a statement to say that most of its staff have been ‘teleworking’ since March 17, when France officially entered lockdown, including the company’s spare parts, aftersales, commercial, R D and administrative departments.

  • Doug Rosborough

    Canadian boatbuilder dies from Covid-19


    Doug Rosborough, founder of Halifax, Canada-based custom boatbuilder Rosborough Boats, passed away on April 27 as a result of complications associated with the Covid-19 coronavirus.

  • Stanley, Falklands

    Yachts to be included in new port plan for Falkland Islands


    Boat traffic is rising and there is a need for more enhanced facilities

  • New Zealand's Hauraki-Gulf-Courtesy-Tourism-New-Zealand

    Maritime NZ approves further marine business activities


    Thanks to some dedicated work by NZ Marine on behalf of the New Zealand marine industry, Maritime NZ has approved further marine business activities under Covid-19 Level 3. This follows the recent opening of restrictions on manufacturing , which has allowed New Zealand boatbuilders to get back to work.

  • Heessen Yachts' 70m Galactica Super Nova

    Dutch superyacht sector crafts new home

    2020-04-30T09:36:00Z IBI , by Robert Wielaard

    The Dutch superyacht lobby has moved into new digs, but its shift from HISWA Holland Yachting Group into a unit of the Netherlands Maritime Technology (NMT) trade group has been slow due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard Ancona_1

    Ferretti Group restarts production


    Group resumes production activities in all its shipyards

  • Beneteau H1 2020 Boat Sales

    Beneteau responds to crisis

    2020-04-29T16:52:00Z IBI

    Beneteau has restarted production at three of its sites as half year earnings announced; CEO takes salary reduction, new strategic plan to follow in July to reflect deep transformation of its markets

  • Polaris_Industries_new_logo

    Polaris reports a 6% drop in Q1 sales

    2020-04-29T15:56:00Z By Arlene Sloan,

    The outdoor vehicle specialist has withdrawn revenue and earnings guidance for the rest of 2020 but currently thinks the recovery will take ’more of a U shape’ – with demand weakest in the second quarter

  • Garmin HQ

    Record Q1 revenues for Garmin


    Garmin Ltd released its 2020 first quarter results on Wednesday, reporting record Q1 revenues and double-digit revenue growth in four of its five operating segments – including a 22% bump in its marine business.

  • EBI logo

    MEPs sign letter to EU Commission outlining impact of COVID-19 on boating sector


    Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) from several political groups and countries co-signed a letter to Thierry Breton, the EU Commissioner for the Internal Market, on Tuesday that underlines the impact of COVID-19 on the boating sector.

  • Chapparal 280 OSX

    Covid-19, production adjustments lead to tough Q1 for Marine Products Corp

    2020-04-29T14:00:00Z By Craig Ritchie,

    Marine Products Corp, manufacturer of the Chaparral, Robalo and Vortex fibreglass boat brands, released its 2020 first quarter financial results on Wednesday reporting double-digit declines in net sales, gross profits and operating profits.

  • HK fire - Government photo

    Three yachts catch fire in Hong Kong


    Hong Kong’s emergency fire and medical services were called to the Kwun Tong Typhoon Shelter yesterday afternoon after a fire broke out on board a boat and spread to two other yachts. Within around two hours, the fires were under control and no injuries have been reported.

  • Reckmann sunflip pole

    Reckmann reports strong demand for new sun awning systems


    Reckmann, the German rigging and hydraulics specialist that entered the sun-shade systems market when it acquired Sailtec Custom Projects in 2015, has announced that the first new-build yacht project to feature Reckmann’s new curved sun awning poles has just been delivered by a German shipyard.

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    IBI April-May digital issue released today

    Recipients of the latest IBI will be treated to some very interesting content, beginning with guest columnist Hervé Gastinel, former CEO of Beneteau, discussing the way ahead during the Covid-19 crisis and also contains market reports on the current situation in Germany, Finland and Denmark. Dr.Thom Dammrich, former president of ...

  • Nawi Island marina graphic

    New Fiji marina appoints sole fuel provider


    Nawi Island Ltd is in talks with Mobil Oil (Fiji) to supply fuel to yachts at its marina

  • Greece-Paxos-generic-leisure-boats

    Greece to ease lockdown restrictions next week


    Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced yesterday (Tuesday 28 April) on national TV that restrictions on citizens’ movements would be lifted and more shops allowed to reopen from May 4 in a gradual easing of a lockdown imposed to curb the spread of the new coronavirus.

  • Dynamiq 27m

    Dynamiq presents new yacht developed in collaboration with German car tuner Klassen


    The GTM90 was due to have been launched at the now-cancelled Geneva Motor Show

  • Grand Banks Malaysia

    Strong quarter at Grand Banks, but sharp decline expected

    2020-04-28T15:42:00Z By Arlene Sloan,

    After logging new sales in the quarter ending March 31, Grand Banks anticipates a sharp downturn and more layoffs in light of an extended shutdown at its main Malaysian plant

  • Yachting Developments

    Yachting Developments restarts operations


    Yachting Developments (YD), the New Zealand superyacht builder, has announced that it has resumed operations following a five-week break due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The resumption comes at a time when New Zealand is reopening on the basis that the country has for now managed to contain the coronavirus. ...

  • Lippert man with face mask

    Lippert Components to relaunch US production on May 4

    2020-04-28T13:59:00Z By Craig Ritchie,

    Enhanced safety measures allow global equipment manufacturer to resume operations at more than 70 US plants