• Posts Tagged ‘Marinas’

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    PowerDocks announced the European launch of its Blue Isles floating microgrid at METS 2017. Initial introduction of the firm’s Marine Autonomous Powered Docking Platform (MAPD) took place earlier this year in the US. The world’s first autonomous powered mooring is capable of generating, storing and distributing...

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    With more and more boats permanently moored in marinas, space for visiting vessels can be hard to find. The Smart Marina concept facilitates access to marina services and booking available berths through wireless networks and the Internet of Things.   The average boat in a marina leaves the dock only three days per...

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    From helicopter landing pads to a floating film set, customers are finding new ways to use dock modules, as modern designs and connection systems for the individual units provide increasing flexibility. NauticExpo e-magazine spoke with industry expert John Krogman to find out more.   Marketing & international sales...

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    Commercial pressures and broader consumer demands require marinas to become more efficient. New phone apps allow real-time surveillance of docked boats and facilitate ordering marina services from anywhere, 24/7.   Sailing toward the marina with a steep following sea, a tired sailor fearing deteriorating weather wants...

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    Boaters enjoy free solar energy with the Blue Isles floating microgrid. They are the world’s first solar power docks. Power to the people!   It was something as simple as a refreshing beverage that gave Rhode Island native Anthony Baro his brainwave. From one thirsty sailor’s need for a chilled beer came the idea of...

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    The boating industry has seen increased demand for dry vessel storage space. At the same time, new technology is being developed to handle these needs, like the NO PROFILE Boat Lift system.   As vessels get larger and more technically advanced, the boating industry is seeing the development of additional stacking...