British Marine News for your sector


Premier Marinas announces major re-development of its Noss-on-Dart Marina

20 Apr 2017

Member news

Read about Premier Marinas' five-year plan to revamp its Noss-on-Dart Marina in Devon.

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MSN 1869 (M) safety management code for domestic passenger ships

20 Apr 2017

Find out which practices companies will need to implement in their safety management of domestic passenger ships.


New sea time requirements added for Certification for Deck Officers on commercial and private yachts

20 Apr 2017

Read how all seagoing service must be approved by either Nautilus or the PYA from 24 May 2017.


Wanted: Boat photos for the Southampton Boat Show 2017

20 Apr 2017

General News

Do you have enticing photos of power or sail boats and are exhibiting at the Southampton Boat Show 2017? Read how your photo could become the focal point of the Show's marketing and advertising campaign.

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ICOMIA 2016 Quarterly Economic Statistics Report (Quarters 1-4) now available

20 Apr 2017

The latest report from ICOMIA, the 2016 Quarterly Economic Statistics Report (Quarters 1-4), is now available to download from the British Marine website, free of charge to members.


Minister John Hayes' blog following the maritime trade mission to China

20 Apr 2017

Read about the success of the recent trade mission to China and how the Minister of State at the Department for Transport, the Rt Hon John Hayes CBE MP, wants to utilise Britain’s maritime heritage to boost exports.


Apprenticeship levy employers? Be aware of the new features available with the apprenticeship service

12 Apr 2017

Read about a number of new features which will help members affected by the apprenticeship levy get set up and ready for when funds are visible in their accounts from May. To access these new features, you need to have first set up your account. If they haven’t already, find out how here.

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Consultation on new qualifications for tidal inland waterways

12 Apr 2017

A new set of qualifications for tidal inland waterways, which offers more steps towards BML Tier 1 Level 2 certification and a higher qualification beyond that, has been developed. It will not be introduced unless operators want it. Therefore, British Marine wants to hear your views. Find out how you can take part in the consultation today.

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Operator sought for Gloucester Docks trip boat service

11 Apr 2017

General News

Are you an ambitious hire or passenger boat company looking for a new business opportunity? Find out how the Canal & River Trust’s National Waterways Museum Gloucester is searching for an operator to run a boat service that will show people the secrets of the city’s historic docks from the water.


Win £250 just by completing the IAC survey

10 Apr 2017

Do you employ apprentices? For the chance to win a £250 voucher, encourage your apprentices to complete the Industry Apprentice Council (IAC) survey today. Find out how to complete the survey before the deadline of 30 April 2017.

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