Author Archives: Jake Young

Cranchi expands in the UK

By | March 29, 2019

Tingdene Boat Sales is pleased to announce the appointment of new South Coast dealers covering Cornwall to East Sussex and the Channel Islands. Adding to its already impressive line-up of 10 sales offices, Cranchi UK distributor Tingdene Boat Sales has appointed Southampton Waters Yacht Sales to cover the South Coast from Weymouth to Eastbourne and… Read More »

British Marine Expo Exhibitor Spotlight: Cox

By | March 15, 2019

Up next in the pre British Marine Expo Q&A series is Cox who will be on the Berthon stand in the Marine Showcase which is supported by the British Marine Trade Association: What product or service does your company offer and where is it available? The CXO300 is the first 300hp diesel outboard engine, designed… Read More »

British Marine Expo Exhibitor Spotlight: Malvaux Marine

By | March 8, 2019

Malvaux Marine is the next marine company to feature in the pre-expo Q&A series with Marine Showcase exhibitors. Brought to you by Marine Industry News, this series highlights the individual businesses that will be showing their products and services at this inaugural event which is supported by the British Marine Trade Association. What product or… Read More »

YouTube’s most popular sailing channel launches special Sonihull offer at boot Düsseldorf

By | January 18, 2019

To celebrate the opening of the 2019 Düsseldorf boat show and their own installation of a Sonihull ultrasonic anti-fouling system, YouTube vlogger Captain Brian Trautman and the crew of SV Delos has revealed a secret phrase that will get show visitors an amazing 25% off Sonihull systems. Visitors to the Sonihull stand (Hall 11, F03) just… Read More »

Boater accidentally drains Kennet and Avon Canal

By | July 19, 2018

A boater accidentally drained a stretch of the Kennet and Avon Canal after leaving all the lock gates open. A section of the waterway was left with hardly any water on Tuesday near the Barge Inn in Seend, Wiltshire. A spokesperson for the Canal and River Trust confirmed what happened was not malicious but that… Read More »