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Announcing The New Oyster 835 & Oyster 895

Announcing The New Oyster 835 & Oyster 895

Designed to replace the successful Oyster 825 and 885 – 17 of which have been sold, the new Oyster 835 and 895 include features from the development of both the larger Oyster 118 (2 sold) and the smaller models – the Oyster 565, 595, 675, and 745 – 16 of ... Read More »

Advanced Marine Electric Drivetrain To Be Shown In Europe For The First Time

Advanced Marine Electric Drivetrain To Be Shown In Europe For The First Time

A groundbreaking marine electric drivetrain will be shown in Europe for the first time at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival. The all-electric system is the only drivetrain on the market to match the performance of leading thermal engines, and is without parallel in power and torque. “All-electric systems seen in ... Read More »

Doyle Sails changes ownership

Doyle Sails changes ownership

  Doyle International has been sold to its New Zealand affiliate. Terms were not disclosed but the deal will be effective from July 1st. Doyle Sails New Zealand has announced its ownership of Doyle International. The leadership team, headed by Mike Sanderson, David Duff and Richard Bouzaid, will also have ... Read More »

World’s first action camera for divers

World’s first action camera for divers

Paralenz – Built for a purpose!   The world’s first action camera for scuba divers is here. Danish start-up Paralenz has produced a game changer for the underwater action camera market. Designed by divers, developed by divers, built by divers: introducing the new Paralenz Dive Camera – for divers.   ... Read More »

De Keizer growth feeds demand for qualified staff

De Keizer growth feeds demand for qualified staff

De Keizer Marine Engineering, the Dutch installer of custom electrotechnical systems in Superyachts since 1965, says its rapid expansion in Europe and the US in recent years means it needs to significantly raise its staff of qualified technicians. “We now employ about 250 people,” De Keizer marketing and communications chief ... Read More »