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HydroHoist Expands Manufacturing Capabilities to Produce Essential Medical Material Handling Equipment

2020 NMEA/RTCM Combined Conference & Expo Moves to Florida

MAINE BOATBUILDERS Show 2020 POSTPONED

$1 million commitment leads to new Coast Guard Foundation scholarship

Harken Adds 40 mm Switch T-Track Battcar System

Nordhavn 120 My Aurora

NMEA BOAT BUILDER MEMBERS TO GET FREE INSTALLER TRAINING FOR EMPLOYEES

RIMTA To Host Second-Annual Southern New England Marine Industry Environmental Conference

NMEA ADDS ELECTRONICS THEFT PREVENTION AND SECURITY SYSTEM INSTALLATIONS TO NEXT VERSION OF 0400 INSTALLATION STANDARD

Propspeed Adds New Talent in Europe and America to Support Rapid Growth

See Icom's Newest Marine Radios at the 2020 Miami Int'l Boat Show

NMET CERTIFICATION HELPS NMEA DEALERS QUALIFY FOR MASTER DEALER STATUS

Coast Guard Foundation Announces 2020 Scholarship Opportunities

Inmarsat and ITC Global to expand connectivity options for Energy, Maritime and Yachting customers

Announcing the New Simrad NSO evo3S

B&G Announces New Zeus3S Glass Helm Sailing System

Icom Features New SSB and Popular Handhelds

M803: Recreational SSB

Harken Announces Availability of Complete Five Product CLR™ Mooring Winch Line-Up for Sail and Power

VesselVanguard Integrates Telematics Data with Digital Boat Profiles

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Selecting the right VHF antenna

A flash of white light broke the darkness as Saltaire motor-bashed into a light gale late one night in the Bay of Panama.

A harbor to ride it out

A voyager looks at the value of a home port in times of crisis

Dealing with hull blisters

In his latest video, voyager Patrick Childress repairs a fleet of hull blisters

An ominous reminder to register your EPIRB

Investigation of an unregistered beacon hit reveals only a debris field

The cutting edge in EPIRBs

Since emergency position indicating radio beacons (EPIRBs) made their debut as an aid for tracking crashed U.S. military aircraft in the 1950s, this technology has steadily evolved into more compact, highly accurate, life-saving devices priced well within the budget of any serious cruising sailor.

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