Historic yacht will be restored by young apprentices
The Boleh is a junk yacht
which dates back 60 years and was built in Singapore. So far four lucky
apprentices, who are studying boatbuilding, maintenance and support, at
Highbury College, will be working with the Boleh Trust to restore the
The Singapore Yacht Show, 20 weeks to go
It is well documented that the Asian market is one of the most vibrant and dynamic in the world. The Singapore Yacht Show has positioned itself as the focal point of yachting business, so that industry professionals can access buyers. The 2012 edition ...
US Boatbuilding Students Can Get a College
IYRS students who complete the two-year Boatbuilding
& Restoration program will be granted 30 credits toward the
bachelor of general studies or associate programs at RWU. The credits
will be applied toward elective requirements in both the bachelor's ...
Discover Boating brings press to British Virgin Islands
Garnering favorable coverage for the marine industry as a whole, the National Marine Manufacturers Association's Discover Boating arm organized a press flotilla in the British Virgin Islands resulting in a feature article in an upcoming issue of the ...
Fred Kiekhaefer will leave Mercury Marine
DU LAC, Wis. (Dec. 5, 2012) – Mercury Racing President Fred Kiekhaefer
has announced he will end his distinctive 22-year career with Mercury
Marine at the conclusion of 2012. Kiekhaefer founded Kiekhaefer
Aeromarine Inc. in 1983, and sold that ...
Northwest trade group offers boating grants
Trade Only Today
Since 2003 the Seattle-based NMTA has spent more than $1 million to promote boating
in the Pacific Northwest through events, sponsorships and programs. The
trade group will award as much as $9,000 to one or more organizations
on May 1. Organizations ...