• Registration opens for Portsmouth Harbour Marine’s February networking event

    Registration opens for Portsmouth Harbour Marine’s February networking event0

    Marine businesses within the Gosport, Fareham and Portsmouth Harbour area are invited to attend a networking event on Friday 7 Feb 2020. Portsmouth Harbour is a vibrant area of the marine industry, with a keen focus on engineering and design. The team behind Portsmouth Harbour Marine are looking to bring together all those involved within

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  • Navico announces strategic partnership with BRABUS Marine

    Navico announces strategic partnership with BRABUS Marine0

    BRABUS Marine has chosen Navico’s Simrad® marine electronics brand for their new BRABUS Shadow 900.  It will be making its World Premiere at the 2020 Dusseldorf Boat Show, which opens tomorrow. The new BRABUS Shadow 900 bridge incorporates four Simrad Information Display screens, dual 12” and dual 9”, that give a real ‘glass bridge’ feel,

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  • Meet the Buyer returns to BM Expo for 2020

    Meet the Buyer returns to BM Expo for 20200

    Meet the Buyer is to return for its 20th year at the upcoming British Marine Spring Expo 2020 on 4 February at the Hilton at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton. Taking place in less than three weeks’ time, this annual event offers UK suppliers of marine products and services a unique opportunity to network with a range

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  • Who Inspires the Inspirational?

    Who Inspires the Inspirational?0

    It is without doubt that Sir Robin Knox-Johnston has been an inspiration to many people, and not just sailors. But when you are an inspiration to others, who inspires you? To find out watch the final episode of 80 seconds with Sir Robin Knox-Johnston.

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  • MAIB releases report into loss of cargo containers from CMA CGM G. Washington

    MAIB releases report into loss of cargo containers from CMA CGM G. Washington0

    In January 2018, the then UK flagged container ship, CMA CGM G. Washington, unexpectedly rolled 20° to starboard, paused for several seconds, then rolled 20° to port, according to the Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB). The ship was experiencing very heavy seas in the North Pacific Ocean while on passage from Xiamen, China to Los

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  • RINA opens registration for Human Factors conference

    RINA opens registration for Human Factors conference0

    According to the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, research shows that more than 80% of accidents at sea are caused by human related factors. That’s why it’s hosting a conference on 19-20 February, bringing together international specialists including designers, ship operators, seafarers, equipment manufacturers and regulators to highlight how an improved understanding of human factors

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