Monthly Archives: July 2010

Looking Forward to the BMEA Conference Day 2010, Sponsored By Victron Energy

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The prestigious 2010 British Marine Electronics Association Conference will be taking place on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010 at the Portsmouth Marriott Hotel. The annual event provides an opportunity for all sides of the marine industry to get together not only to discuss topics of mutual interest but also to create and build beneficial business relationships.

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Link Your Website to www.bmea.org

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www.bmea.org is getting a bit of a revamp. One of the things that is changing is that our links page is being moved from the member area to the public area so that customers can benefit from the links to other marine electronics related sites. If you feel that your website will benefit an audience actively researching marine electronics, please submit your site name, web address and a brief description via an email to marketing@bmea.org. If deemed appropriate and suitable for our audience, the link will be uploaded.

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TV at Sea

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Over the last decade the demand for satellite television onboard motor yachts has significantly increased. Boaters now expect to have a similar level of luxury onboard their yachts as they have at home. This is a trend we (www.caclase.co.uk) have seen across every market sector from marine leisure, commercial marine and on land in the Caravan and Motorhome markets.

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Bayliner and Garmin Team Up

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Bayliner Boats and Garmin International are pleased to announce that, beginning with the upcoming 2011 model year, all Bayliner navigation packages will feature intuitive, state-of-the-art electronics exclusively from Garmin International. Bayliner, a world leader in affordably-priced runabouts and cruisers, formed this agreement with Garmin, a global leader in marine-friendly satellite navigation and communication, to continue its enhancements in the ease and usability of its boats.

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