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product review 2016 Siches focused on consultancy Oscar Siches resigned his position as partner/ manager of Pantalan del Mediterraneo and Moll Vell in Mallorca to further develop his marina consultancy business Marina Matters and focus on special projects. “I believe that there is a big void in consulting on a small scale and for certain topics,” he told Marina World. “Many marina developers need advice on specific subjects and cannot afford a full consultancy job. I want to give these people the solutions they need, especially in design, environment, operations and marinacity interaction. These are the four major factors that determine a marina’s success in today’s marketplace.” Uno opted for WPC Novowood Marine - a Wood Polymer Composite (WPC) – was chosen to redeck a 30-yearold Walcon Marine Waliflote pontoon system at Marina Uno in Italy. Around 1,000m² (10,764ft²) of Novowood was installed for the 435- berth facility. Back in the UK Camper & Nicholsons Marinas (C&NM) re-established an operational presence on the UK marina market by progressing plans as a development partner of the new Victoria Marina, East Cowes, Isle of Wight early in 2016 and by confirming in the spring its appointment to take over the management and operation of St Katharine Docks in London, recently refurbished with Poralu pontoons and Maricer services. dispenser control and sales register capabilities in the palm of the hand while out on the fuel dock. • Halo Maritime Defense Systems (HMDS) introduced Orion Gate, a smaller version of its successful Guardian retractable defensive barrier. The gate is specifically targeted at marinas and other waterfront assets where security, privacy and controlled access are essential. It can be customised to the particular asset and location. Orion, like Guardian, is an accordion style gate that has the unique ability to retract on its own axis, allowing it to open and close at the push of a button. For the first time, HMDS can offer controlled access to any water-exposed asset. In the boatyard • High tech learning and simulation training company Mymic Training Technologies released a new smartphone app designed to help marinas and boatyards with equipment and facility inspections. Electronic Marine Equipment Checklist or eMEC is M2000 available on both Google Play and iTunes. • Marine Travelift officially launched its new The technology for the floating pier in Lahälla, Sweden, was developed by SF Marina specifically for heavy weight commercial vessels and superyachts. marine forklift with hydrostatic drive at the 2016 Miami International Boat Show in mid- February and launched the 85 BFMII hoist later in the year. The M2000 enables the operator to have precise and variable control in forward and reverse as the forward-reverse drive selection and speed control is located at the operator’s foot. This means the operator’s hands are free to attend to other operations and, when he or she presses the pedal, the machine responds accordingly. The new 85 BFMII boat hoist was specifically designed to lift larger and heavier fishing and leisure vessels. Benefits include its tyre width and wheel frame profile, which were designed with existing launching pier perimeters in mind. • US company Hoist Liftruck announced that the mast carriage and fork attachments for its popular Neptune series can be added to nearly any marina forklift. The first of the hybrid models are the M60 and M75, two lighter options with load capacities of 6,000 and 7,500lbs (2,721 and 3,402kg) respectively at a 96in (244cm) load centre. Dino Six is a compact and highly manoeuvrable means of removing sediment during dredging operations. 12 www.marinaworld.com - Suppliers & Services 2017/2018

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