Tag Archives: new products

Newport Boat Show seeks submissions for 2021 new products program

Newport Exhibition Group is now accepting applications for its 2021 Newport For New Products (NFNP) Awards Program. In its 15th year and in partnership with leading national marine publications, NFNP is a highlight of the industry and helps to promote what is new and exciting for boaters. The program is open to domestic and foreign products that launched after April 1, 2021 and will ...

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Yamaha introduces upgraded V MAX SHO and more

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Yamaha Marine recently unveiled a handful of new products including the upgraded V MAX SHO, Battery Management System and Analog Gauge Lines. The newly upgraded 4.2-liter V MAX SHO outboard has a full 40% more charging capacity and contemporary styling as it enters a new era of reliable service. “The newly upgraded 4.2-liter V MAX SHO follows a familiar theme requested ...

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Mercury Marine unveils V12 600hp outboard

Mercury Marine, today introduced the new 7.6-liter V12 600hp Verado outboard engine. With this launch, Mercury continues to transform the high-horsepower outboard market, providing its most powerful and capable outboard, which includes several industry-first features for a wide variety of applications. Boating Industry was invited to an exclusive event for marine media early this week at Mercury's famous Lake X ...

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Entries open for 2020 Top Products

The submission window for the 2020 Top Products is now closed. Boating Industry is now accepting submissions for its 2020 Top Products. The submission process will close Friday, March 6, 2020. Any product that has been introduced or significantly updated since Jan. 1, 2019, is eligible. Many of you have released exciting new products at recent boat shows  – all of which ...

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Glomex debuts first GPS antenna

Glomex Marine Antennas debuted the world's first GPS antenna using internationally accepted ZigBee technology. Connected wirelessly to the ZigBoat system, the ZB211 delivers push notifications on fleet tracking, geofencing, weather forecasts and anchor watch. It has no fees, cloud service subscriptions, registrations or privacy policy agreements. The wireless ZB211 GPS/Tracking antenna tracks a vessel's location and movement using a real-time, ...

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Entries open for 2019 Top Products

Boating Industry is now accepting submissions for its 2019 Top Products. The application process will close Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Any product that has been introduced or significantly updated since Jan. 1, 2018, is eligible. Many of you have released exciting new products at recent boat shows  – all of which are applicable. These Top Products, selected by the editorial staff at Boating ...

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Garmin announces new Panoptix LiveScope transducer

Garmin International, Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd., announced the Panoptix LiveScope LVS12, a new transducer in the  Panoptix LiveScope series that offers both 30-degree forward and 30-degree down real-time scanning sonar views. The single-array LiveScope LVS12 transducer is an economical solution for inland and near-shore anglers without the need for a black box. With the active scanning capabilities of Panoptix ...

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OceanGrip partners with Mossy Oak for 2018-2019 product line

OceanGrip, a manufacturer of marine-grade traction products, announced the launch of exclusive Mossy Oak-brand designs across its 2018-2019 product line. An outdoors company, Mossy Oak outfits and informs anglers, hunters and adventure enthusiasts, and its signature camouflage patterns are popular among its followers. OceanGrip is currently the only marine-product company to feature the designs. “Mossy Oak is a brand that ...

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Regifting

By Peter Granata, president, Granata Design and the Marine Design Resource Alliance -- December 17 is National Regifting Day. For those of you not familiar with the practice of regifting it is described as the act of taking a gift that has been received and giving it to somebody else, sometimes in the guise of a new gift. To paraphrase ...

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