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Sunsail - The Moorings expands its boat rental fleet

Things are happening in the boating industry! A look back at the latest news from yachting professionals. The May 6, 2019 news briefs.

Record investment for Sunsail - The Moorings

Sunsail and The Moorings have announced a record purchase for their charter fleet. 207 new units, comprising 120 catamarans from the Leopard and Lagoon brands and 87 monohulls from the Bénéteau and Jeanneau shipyards will join the Travelopia Group's charter fleet in 2019. The investment is 80 Meuros.

BRP expands its range of boats

The Canadian group BRP, owner of Evinrude marine engines and Sea-Doo jet-skis, is expanding its motorboat offering. After the US shipyard Alumacraft The company is in the process of acquiring 80% of Telwater, Australia's largest manufacturer of aluminium boats and trailers, through the Quintrex, Stacer and Savage brands.

Zeppelin Partners with AMX-TEKnology

The semi-rigid vehicle manufacturer Zeppelin has announced the launch of the TEK range. These new boats will offer anodised aluminium equipment, customised to order, particularly in terms of colour. They will be made by the Lille-based company AMX-TEKnology, a specialist in state-of-the-art equipment for professional diving.

5 new members for ICOMIA

ICOMIA, the International Council of Marine Industry Associations, announced the integration of 5 new members, including 2 French members. IMS Shipyard, a French specialist in the refit of superyachts, joins the corresponding committee, while the marina builder Poralu Marine joins the Marina group.

The ports of Morbihan find their name for export

As we told you on the occasion of the Nautic, the Compagnie des Ports du Morbihan has set up a structure to conquer new markets out of the Breton department. At its first board meeting, the Morbihan department, the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, Crédit Agricole and ARKEA approved the creation of the new local semi-public company ATOUT PORTS.

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