In a Word / Boating industry on the move - October 24, 2017

The connected boat from Allures Yachting and Kara Technology

The Rédo shipyard, the Association des Ports de Plaisance de Bretagne, the Allures Yachting shipyard, Kara Technology and TEEM have made the news in recent days.

New premises for the Rédo shipyard

The Rédo shipyard is moving. After 36 years in its old buildings, the boat maintenance yard, also dealer of Sargo boats and RM sailboats, joins new premises in the Redo area, at the port of Crouesty in Morbihan. The official inauguration is scheduled for 28 October, on the occasion of the 1000 Sabords exhibition.

The ports of Brittany are formed to welcome British sailors

The Association des Ports de Plaisance de Bretagne (APPB) organised on 19 October 2017 a seminar entitled"The reception of British pleasure boaters". The event brought together 70 people, employees of the member ports, in charge of administrative aspects as well as port technical management. This approach is in line with the partnership established by the APPB with the British Marine South West and its promotional activity with British boaters.

Allures Yachting's connected yacht in the spotlight at the World Electronics Forum

Allures Yachting and the connected table manufacturer Kara Technology present their global E.V.A connected yachting solution at the World Electronics Forum. A global electronics event, the show will be held for the first time in France, in Angers, on 27 and 28 October 2017. The 2 companies will present the unique touch interface developed on the Kara Technology square table for Allures 45.9.

TEEM, the specialist in marine electronics is moving

TEEM, Technique Electronique Electricité Marine, has moved into its new premises, rue Lavoisier in Pordic in the Côtes d'Armor. Previously located a few meters away, rue Pierre et Marie Curie, TEEM, a company specializing in electronics and electricity for pleasure and racing boats, is expanding and modernizing. Particularly recognized in ocean racing, she also works for yacht yards like Boréal.

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