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May June 2019 Marina World

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PRODUCTS & SERVICES Index to Advertisers ASAR/GCM Safe Harbour Drystacks, USA 40 Bellingham Marine, USA 26 Camper & Nicholsons Marinas, UK 12 Capria, Argentina 43 Conolift by Kropf Industrial, Canada 38 D-Marin, Turkey 18 Dura Composites, UK 46 Eaton Marina Power & Lighting, USA 60 F3 Marina, USA 16 Forklift Exchange, USA 49 GH Cranes & Components, Spain 6 Gael Force Marinas & Pontoons, UK 59 Gigieffe, Italy 36 Golden Boat Lifts, USA 40 Golden Marine Systems, USA 39 Hazelett Marine, USA 32 HydroHoist, USA 53 IMCI, Belgium 56 Ingemar, Italy 14 Inland & Coastal Marinas, Ireland 34 Knight Frank, Australia 28 Lindley, Portugal 34 Lumberock Premium Decking, USA 56 MackDavid Buildings, USA 46 Marex, Croatia 56 Maricer, UK 30 Marina Cloud, Croatia 54 Marina Master by IRM, Slovenia 56 Marina Projects, UK 24 Marinaquip, New Zealand 54 Marine Travelift, USA 36 Marinetek, Finland 4 Martini Alfredo, Italy 22 Metstrade 2019, Netherlands 20 Orsta Breakwater, Netherlands 50 Pacsoft, New Zealand 34 Port Safety, Denmark 50 Rolec Services, UK 10 Ronautica, Spain 26 Roodberg - a brand of Frisian Industries, Netherlands 50 SF Marina System, Sweden 2 Seaflex, Sweden 8 Seijsener Marina Services, Netherlands 22 Star Marina Solutions, UK 30 Strongwell, USA 54 Sublift, Sweden 32 Twinwood by Soprefa, Portugal 32 Walcon Marine, UK 24 Wiggins Lift Co, USA 45 Multi-purpose pods French company Seafloatech, a specialist in floating structures and ecofriendly mooring systems, is preparing to launch a brand new patented pod system that can moor single or multiple vessels at a single anchor point. Modular in concept but tailored to each specific site, Seafloatech Pod can be used to moor a broad range of pleasure boats (singly or in groups) up to cruise vessel size. It can also be used as a platform for residential homes, for aquaculture and fisheries, and incorporate multi-use elements, such as service areas, waiting rooms, changing rooms or shops. When designing each installation, the pod team takes the specific local environment, seabed, wind, waves, tides and swell into account in order to meet client needs and optimise every solution. All parts are guaranteed for ten years and manufacture is undertaken locally in order to minimise transport costs and carbon footprint. The Seafloatech development team – a mix of experienced navigators, sailors and ocean engineers – is targeting councils, municipalities, marina owners and developers, resorts and port authorities where the pod concept can optimise dedicated mooring areas, either permanently or seasonally; boost income in coastal towns with anchorages but no harbour; and host nautical events and meetings as a temporary station. Pods can also be used to relocate facilities like reception areas, clubhouses and guest services to avoid congestion in high season. Further to several months of testing in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez in the South of France, the product will be launched to the international market at the Marine Recreation Association (MRA) conference and trade show in San Diego, California (21st-23rd October) and the International Marina & Boatyard Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida (14th-16th January 2020). E: Managing charter fleets online US-based Boatsetter has launched Charter Genius, a Software as a Service (SaaS) offering designed for commercial charter and rental operations. The fleet management software works with the company’s own online platform. Available for desktop and mobile devices, Charter Genius is an easy to use, web-based tool that enables fleet managers to record and track maintenance, and oversee availability and bookings. Its calendar syncs in real time with Boatsetter’s, giving fleet owners the ability to instantly increase bookings while managing boats on the same system. Easily integrated into any website, the product has built-in reports and analytics that provide insights into profit and loss margins on each boat, and the charter business as a whole, to keep it on a steady growth trajectory. There are no monthly charges, just a small transaction fee that includes credit card processing costs. Chief growth officer, Julien Geffriaud, believes the new software will fill a gap in the market. “Charter operators repeatedly voice their frustration about fleet management,” he says. “Charter Genius provides them with a powerful tool to regain control over their inventory and increases the exposure of their company and vessels by listing on our site.” E: 58 - May/June 2019

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