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Hub Extension Adds 2.5" to Schmitt & Ongaro Wheels

Photo: Schmitt & Ongaro

Whether to increase leg room, optimize a standing position or provide added clearance for improved dash access and visibility, Schmitt & Ongaro Marine's Aluminum Hub Extension is the solution OEMs and boat owners need. It works with any of the company's polyurethane marine steering wheels, doubling

New Tow Hook for Norwegian Lifeboats

Red Cross lifeboat Veritas demonstrates its towing hook in port at Tjome, Norway (Photo: Henriksen Hooks)

Henriksen showed its new towing hook for first time in the U.S. at the New Orleans International WorkBoat Show.   Since their first installation in May, the tow hooks fitted to Norwegian Red Cross lifeboats have demonstrated some major benefits for their crews. The charity was the first customer for

Kyriacou to Lead De Nora's BWMS Unit

Dr. Stelios Kyriacou (Photo: De Nora)

Electrochlorination equipment supplier De Nora announced that Dr. Stelios Kyriacou has been appointed as General Manager of its BALPURE Ballast Water Management System (BWMS) business unit.   Dr. Kyriacou joins De Nora Water Technologies from Wärtsilä, where he managed the research, development, design

Hai Cheung to Build SeaCure BWMS in China

From left: Ian Stentiford, Senior Vice President, Evoqua Electrocatalyitc; Charlie Wang, General Manager, Hai Cheung China; Randolph Zhang, President Infinitus Holding (Photo: Evoqua)

Evoqua Water Technologies has initiated the second phase of its partnership with Chinese marine equipment supplier Hai Cheung Trading Co. Ltd.   Marking another development to the partnership agreement between Evoqua Water Technologies and Chinese marine equipment supplier Hai Cheung Trading Co. Ltd.

Sea-Fire Relocates North American Headquarters

Sea-Fire Marine has relocated its North American corporate headquarters in Baltimore, Md. The new 30,000 sq. ft. facility provides Sea-Fire with the opportunity to optimize its space for enhanced efficiencies and to accommodate its recently added new equipment. "This move equips us with the foundation

Yanmar Acquires Flexofold

Flexofold manufactures low-drag folding propellers for sailboats and multihull yachts (Photo: Flexofold)

Yanmar said it has reached an agreement to acquire of 100 percent of the shares in Denmark based propeller manufacturer Flexofold ApS. With the acquisition Flexofold, which develops and manufactures low-drag folding propellers for sailboats and multihull yachts, Yanmar said it aims to strengthen its position in the recreational marine industry.

Wärtsilä 20 Diesel Engine Gets a Power Upgrade

The upgraded Wärtsilä 20 engine gaines added power from increased cylinder output of 220kW. (Photo: Wärtsilä)

An upgraded version of the Wärtsilä 20 diesel engine features greater power density thanks to increased cylinder output. The new engine will receive its officially launch at the Marintec conference and exhibition in Shanghai, China from December 5 to 8.   According to the manufacturer, the increased

New Owner Takes Over at WESMAR

Roger Fellows, new WESMAR owner (left), and Bruce Blakey, company founder (Photo: WESMAR)

Bruce H. Blakey, founder and President of WESMAR (Western Marine Electronics), has sold his company to local businessman Roger Fellows, effective November 1, 2017.   Blakey has sold the company to a new innovator whom he says is poised to take the company and its products to new heights. The name of the company will remain the same.

First Class Approved 3D Printed Ship’s Propeller Unveiled

(Photo: Damen)

The world’s first Class approved 3D printed ship’s propeller, the WAAMpeller, has been unveiled following rigorous testing verified by Bureau Veritas at Damen Shipyard Group’s headquarters in the Netherlands.   The groundbreaking propeller is the result of collaboration between RAMLAB, Promarin, Autodesk,

OSI to Deliver IBNS for the US Navy LCS Program

OSI Maritime Systems said it has signed a contract with Lockheed Martin to provide its Integrated Bridge and Navigation System (IBNS) for the U.S. Navy Freedom-variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) program.     “We are pleased to have signed this very important contract with Lockheed Martin. Over the years,