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International Boat Industry

International Boat Industry April - May 2019

Business-to-business magazine for the recreational marine industry distributed to boat builders, designers, equipment manufacturers, distributors and retailers in over 120 countries. Contains industry news, market facts and data, country reports, technical, new product news, and management features for OEMs, distributors and retailers.

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Boating Communications Ltd.
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it’s time to show what makes your business tick. make a nomination and some headlines

“The boating business has been turbocharged by innovation and is evolving into a more sophisticated animal” Want a quick-fire way of knowing what our industry’s about? What makes it tick? Check out the list of Most Popular stories at any given time on IBInews.com. Trending as we went to press were Ferretti Group’s financials, Princess’s bullish forecasts for the year, a review of the Singapore show, the legal battle between the Federation des Industries Nautiques and Reed Exhibitions over the ownership and management of the Cannes Yachting Festival, breaking news of Jeanneau’s new monocat concept, and a story about Yamaha’s development of autonomous driving technologies. Business and innovation are a common theme – and that’s why in IBI magazine you’ll find a healthy dose of both along with insight into the…

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top 10 most read news on ibinews.com

1 Irwin Jacobs, wife dead in murder/suicide ibinews.com April 11 2 Jeanneau announces new monocat boat concept ibinews.com April 10 3 European Commission issues Brexit guidance on Recreational Craft Directive ibinews.com April 8 4 Ferretti reports strong 2018 financials ibinews.com April 16 5 2019 London Yacht Show cancelled ibinews.com April 5 6 ICOMIA issues guidance on Brexit ibinews.com March 19 7 Idaho County moves to restrict wakeboats, PWCs ibinews.com April 11 8 Princess Yachts anticipates record 2018 results ibinews.com April 15 9 PPG and Avery Dennison to commercialise eco-friendly foil system for ship hulls ibinews.com April 9 10 Yamaha enters into MoU to develop autonomous-driving technologies ibinews.com April 12…

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ferretti reports strong 2018 financials

ITALY The Ferretti Group recently presented its 2018 financial results, confirming its growth and financial solidity. For the year ended December 31, total group profit after tax was up 29% to €31m compared to the previous year while consolidated production value rose to €669m, growing by 7.5% compared to €623m in 2017. EBITDA was reported at €53m and the order portfolio through December 31 was equal to €708m. The group said total assets reached €1.14bn in 2018, of which €38.5m was composed of liquid assets. Ferretti has also confirmed the official closing of the acquisition of Wally brand, which it bought through an exclusive license agreement in January. Ferretti’s portfolio now includes eight brands – Ferretti Yachts, Riva, Pershing, Itama, Mochi Craft, CRN, Custom Line and Wally. “In the last few years we…

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jeanneau announces new monocat boat

FRANCE An innovative new boat concept from Jeanneau was unveiled to the media during the French yard’s annual spring press conference in Cannes. The ‘Sun Loft’ project is a so-called monocot, a variant of a multihull boat. It starts in the bow area as a monohull construction, while its rear end is designed like a catamaran with two hulls. This type of boat is narrower than other multihulls and can combine the advantages of mono- and multihulls. Jeanneau has commissioned Philippe Briand to design the Sun Loft project. Briand has designed numerous boats for the French shipyard since 1977, including the first Sun Fast models, most Sun Odyssey family sailboats since 2012 and large blue-water sailing yachts up to the current Jeanneau 64. Jeanneau has not published any details regarding the new…

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nominate now for boat builder awards

NETHERLANDS Nominations are now open for the 2019 Boat Builder Awards for Business Achievement in association with Raymarine. Now in its fifth year, the awards, organised jointly by IBI and METSTRADE, have grown exponentially. “We’re urging boatbuilders and their equipment suppliers to get their nominations in as soon as possible, before the summer break and boat show mania hits in September,” says chair of judges, IBI’s Ed Slack. “It’s free to nominate and we’ve made it easier and quicker than ever to do so,” he added. The online nomination tool at www.boatbuilderawards.com has been modified with a new three-step process for making entries with additional assistance so that nominating has never been simpler. The use of WeTransfer links enables easy submission of additional images and documents. The process is easy, but if…

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princess makes list of fastest-growing uk firms

UK For the second time in a row, Princess Yachts has been listed in one of the regular annual business performance surveys carried out by UK newspaper The Sunday Times. The Profit Track 100 survey is described as a definitive league table of Britain’s private companies with the fastest growing profits, measured over their last three years of available accounts. The profits quoted are operating profits – before tax, interest, dividends and exceptional items. This year Princess Yachts has been listed as No 8 in the Profit Track 100. According to the survey, Princess saw a profit growth of 114% to £10.9m in its financial year ended December 2017, with sales of £274.4m and a workforce totalling 2,407. The survey reported that Antony Sheriff, executive chairman, had overseen the rise in profits…