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Astus Boats expands its sales network
The trimaran manufacturer Astus Boats is expanding its overseas sales network. That is, the Breton shipyard is now represented in Sweden by Höga Kusten Flyt Torbjörn Mattebo.
Her multihull boats will also be available in the South Pacific. This became possible primarily thanks to the Ocean Dream company of Christophe Hamon. She is based in Reunion.
New rules for visiting Boot Dusseldorf
In light of the ongoing pandemic, Boot Dusseldorf has announced new rules for visiting the exhibition. It will take place in January 2022 and will take place in Dusseldorf.
Only those visitors who can present a vaccination certificate or a certificate confirming the transferred coronavirus will be able to visit the exhibition. This measure does not apply to children under the age of 15.
Acqua.Ecologie will receive support from Occitania
Acqua.Ecologie, which specializes in water treatment, will receive a government grant.
The company is engaged in water purification (especially in the port sector and in coastal waters) and won the Avenir Littoral 2021 project competition. This competition is held in the Occitania region. The award was received for the Acqua Smart Reuse (ASMR) project. The project uses the Pôle Mer Méditerranée label. Now Acqua.Ecologie will work with the support of the regional government
Deutz will focus on developing its alternative engines
Deutz has announced a reorganization of its management by creating two segments. In the "classic" division, classic diesel engines will be regrouped, while the "green" segment will combine other types of engines.
So, electric motors got into the “green” segment. Deutz intends to increase its presence in the hydrogen and fuel cell engines sector.
Port Vauban collects culturally significant yachts
Port Vauban in Antibes wants to develop a fleet of classic resident boats. To this end, from January 2022, he will reserve special seats on pontoon 17 for boats of interest from the point of view of maritime or river history.
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Over the past two years, Dufour Yachts has produced five models, which is a good indicator for any shipyard. This is made possible by the fact that the shipyard is actively working with suggestions and reviews on the market and takes into account all factors in order to create boats that fit today's lifestyle on the water.Read more…