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Understanding Floating Breakwater Performance Marina Of the Year

Over the past two decades, floating breakwaters have become more commonplace in small boat harbors. They represent an economical alternative in locations with greater water depths or limited availability of natural materials, or where regulations limit lakebed/seabed construction. Additionally, their flexibility in the layout of marinas, as well as their dual use as part of the marina infrastructure, make them an attractive substitute for conventional breakwaters.

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Mackie and RIMTA Focus on Workforce Development Marina Of the Year

Wendy Mackie, CEO of the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA), describes her career path as being focused on workforce development. Over the last eight years, Mackie has used her focus and skills to help create a trained workforce for the Rhode Island marine industry and to create a model for other states to follow.

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Open for Business: Many Marinas Still Functioning Through Drought pump

While a few marinas have closed because of Western drought conditions, most are adapting so they can remain open. However, they say negative press reports are scaring customers away.

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ABYC Hosting Educational and Networking Events at IBEX

IBEX Seminar Series Offers Technical Education

Molo Selected as Technology Platform for IGY Marinas’ North Cove Marina at Brookfield Place

56th Annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Set for November

Registration Open for The Docks Expo; Call for Presentations

IMBC Exhibit Floor Seventy Percent Sold

SOBA 2015 Announces Annual Conference Information

Sea Hawk Paints Provides Training Video Series

Marinas International Partners with South Florida-Based Boatsetter

Grants Available to Help Pay for Visiting Boater Facilities

 


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New Products

Docking Line

BuoyRope is a docking line that allows the user to set the boat fender at the perfect height and secure it to the dock at the same time. When BuoyRope is not in use, the company said the fender can be removed and used to tie down and secure inflatables, coolers, fishing gear, life jackets, etc. BuoyRope comes in black, pacific blue, red or yellow and is five feet in length.

BuoyRope

www.looprope.com


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Boat Brush

Shurhold Industries offers the Soft/Medium Combo Brush, a six-inch brush that features a deck brush with long soft fibers for cleaning and medium short fibers for scrubbing. According to the company, as users push down harder, the stiffer fibers take over to clean the stained area. The brush also snaps into any of the company’s handles and features a solid wood base with rubber wraparound bumper.

Shurhold Inudstries

www.shurhold.com


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Decking Screw

Starborn Industries introduces a new longer version of its Deckfast® Metal screw for attaching two-inch PVC, composite or hardwood decking to steel and aluminum framing. Starborn said the deck screws were specifically designed in response to a growing demand for lower maintenance decks. The new 2-3/8" Deckfast Metal screw is the only product on the market designed to attach two-inch (nominal) decking materials to metal framing. It is also the only screw approved for attaching two-inch decking to Trex Elevations steel framing. Deckfast Metal is available in ten different colors to match all of the most popular PVC, composite and hardwood decking products on the market.

Starborn Industries

www.starborninudstries.com

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