See the latest news and press releases from British Marine and from around the industry: ← Prev 12345678910 Next → Commercial Marine members: Government to run a Making Better Licence Applications course24 Oct 2019Due to popular demand, the Government Export Control Organisation will run an extra Making Better Licence Applications course on 5 November 2019 in London. Record number of apprenticeships to be reviewed in engineering and manufacturing sector24 Oct 2019The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education has launched a wide-ranging review of technical education provision for Engineering and Manufacturing. This includes the Boatbuilding Apprenticeship under the Engineering and Manufacturing, Process and Control pathway. Save the date - British Marine Expo Spring 202017 Oct 2019Next Spring 2020, the British Marine Expo returns to once again offer a packed two-day schedule of key industry talks and seminars set against a backdrop of learning, networking and business deals being done. It will feature popular events including the Superyacht UK Technical Seminar and British Marine Trades Association Dinner, as well as a trade showcase element. Flotespace acquires Boata17 Oct 2019Member newsBritish Marine member, Flotespace, the boating start-up providing an online marketplace and concierge service for boat and yacht rentals, has announced its acquisition of Boata, a charter boat booking company. Standards Access Update17 Oct 2019General NewsBritish Marine has been made aware that some online standards providers are no longer providing full access and up to date standards. British Marine & RYA publish joint statement regarding the free movement of pleasure craft in the event of a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit17 Oct 2019General NewsMembers closely following Brexit negotiations will know that as of this morning (17 October 2019) the UK Government and the European Union have agreed a new Brexit deal. This deal will, of course, still need to be ratified by UK Parliament and the EU27. Brexit update: Information for Third Countries regarding the MIC assignments17 Oct 2019General NewsThe Recreational Craft Directive (RCD) requires each watercraft to be marked with an identification number (MIC) which includes the unique code of the manufacturer assigned by the national authority of the Member State. Enhancing the composite materials regulatory infrastructure17 Oct 2019General NewsAs part of British Marine’s focus on technology and innovation, it has taken part in a Government sponsored workshop to analyse the regulations applicable to all composites structures, including boatbuilding. Canal & River Trust to hold elections for new members of governing Council17 Oct 2019General NewsThe Canal & River Trust (CRT) is calling on individuals to stand for election to the charity’s governing Council with nominations opening next week, open 21 October 2019 until 18 November 2019. British Marine Board heads north17 Oct 2019General NewsAs part of the new commitment to greater engagement with members, every alternate British Marine Board meeting will now be held in one of the different UK regions the Association represents. Last week, British Marine Scotland were delighted to host the Board meeting and meet with the team. ← Prev 12345678910 Next → British Marine e-Newsletter - Register today Latest News is the informative email newsletter of British Marine. It is sent out weekly (usually every Thursday) to members, the marine trade, Boat Show exhibitors, media and other interested parties, and is full of information on developments within the UK marine leisure industry and Boat Show news. Subscription is free. If you are not already one of its 8,000+ subscribers, then why not sign up today. If you already have an account for the British Marine website update your communication preferences here.