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The Green Blue website launched at Southampton International Boat Show 2019 powered by Borrow A Boat

19 Sep 2019

General News

This week, The Green Blue, the joint environmental programme of British Marine and the Royal Yachting Association, officially unveiled its new look website at the Southampton International Boat Show 2019, powered by Borrow A Boat.

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The MCA releases the first amendment to the Workboat Code edition two

19 Sep 2019

The Workboat Code edition two was first released by the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) in December 2018, The MCA has now published its first revision with basic corrections to the text. These corrections do not contain any technical changes.

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Marinas win top prize at The Yacht Harbour Associations Towergate Marina of the Year Awards

19 Sep 2019

Yesterday (Wednesday 18 September 2019), The Yacht Harbour Association (TYHA) announced the winners of its prestigious Towergate Inland Marina of the Year.

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Apprentices celebrate success at British Marine Apprenticeship Graduation

17 Sep 2019

Today, Tuesday (17 September 2019): 60 apprentices celebrated in style as British Marine, the trade association for the UK leisure, superyacht and small commercial marine industry, honoured them at its annual Apprenticeship Graduation at Southampton International Boat Show, powered by Borrow A Boat, earlier today.

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Ben Fogle and his Labrador Storm attends Southampton International Boat Show, powered by Borrow A Boat

16 Sep 2019

Broadcaster, writer and adventurer, Ben Fogle, and his Labrador, Storm, are to attend the most environmentally and dog-friendly Southampton International Boat Show yet. This is the first time in the Show’s history that dogs are actively invited to the Show.

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UK boatbuilding sector enjoys rising exports amid challenging conditions for the industry

16 Sep 2019

New figures released today at Southampton International Boat Show, powered by Borrow A Boat, from leading trade association, British Marine, highlight that Britain’s boatbuilding revenue increased by 21.3% in 2018, totalling £777m in turnover. The British boating market is now worth £1.4bn annually to the UK economy with unit output growing 2.9% to 9,477 units.

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All hands on deck: James Cracknell and Lucy Mecklenburgh opened Southampton International Boat Show, powered by Borrow A Boat

13 Sep 2019

General News

British rowing champion, double Olympic gold medallist and new star of Strictly Come Dancing, James Cracknell OBE, opened Britain’s biggest festival of boating today (Friday 13th September).

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James Cracknell to open 2019's Southampton International Boat Show, powered by Borrow A Boat

12 Sep 2019

British rowing champion, double Olympic gold medallist and new star of Strictly Come Dancing, James Cracknell OBE, will co-headline Britain’s biggest festival of boating this year.

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Show time: Southampton International Boat Show, powered by Borrow A Boat

05 Sep 2019

General News

Southampton International Boat Show, powered by Borrow A Boat, promises accessibility, flexibility and inclusivity – boating for everyone with features to engage visitors and innovative marketing to draw newcomers.

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The Green Blue to launch new website at Southampton International Boat Show, powered by Borrow A Boat

05 Sep 2019

General News

At this year’s Southampton International Boat Show, powered by Borrow A Boat, The Green Blue, the joint environmental awareness programme of British Marine and the Royal Yachting Association will officially launch its new website.

 

 

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