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On Monday, the leading organizations representing recreational fishing and boating in the United States, including the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF), urged the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) to pause its proposed North Atlantic Right Whale Vessel Strike Reduction Rule, citing numerous significant flaws with the proposal. The proposed rule would broaden the current 10-knot (11.5 mph) speed restriction to include vessels 35 feet and larger (down from 65 feet); expand the go-slow zones from discrete calving areas to essentially the…

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Yamaha U.S. Marine Business Unit and the Alaska Maritime Education Consortium (AMEC) signed a Yamaha Marine Training Program Agreement under Yamaha’s Technical School Partnership Program. This Agreement will establish a comprehensive Yamaha marine technical training program throughout the state, specifically in remote regions. Yamaha U.S. Marine Business Unit and the Alaska Maritime Education Consortium (AMEC) signed a new Yamaha Marine Training Program Agreement that will establish a comprehensive Yamaha marine technical training program throughout the state, specifically in remote regions.…

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The dedicated team at Adventure hopes to continue gaining new customers and to help anglers everywhere embrace the adventure they hope to find on the water. To learn more about their services, please visit www.adventurerecfinancing.com. The Executive Director of Operations, Shirley Hetrick, has 20 years of experience in the industry, and understands the needs of the angling community from the inside. Adventure is proud to offer seamless, simple, and secure applications, with efficient and easy loan packages available throughout the…

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Yamaha U.S. Marine Business Unit announced today the appointment of Joe Maniscalco to General Manager, Marine Service. In his new position, Maniscalco will oversee marine service training and support for Yamaha outboards and systems as well as Yamaha WaterCraft products. “With Joe’s direction, Yamaha service team members will continue to develop skills as subject matter experts to support the customer relationship experience at Skeeter® Boats, G3® Boats and Yamaha Marine Systems Company, which includes our connected brand Siren Marine®,” said…

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Yamaha U.S. Marine Business Unit announced today the marine technicians who successfully earned Yamaha Master Technician Certification during late 2021 and early 2022. In order to earn the certification, experienced marine technicians must complete six week-long courses covering outboard engine operating systems, proper installation, service and maintenance procedures, and troubleshooting skills. Out of hundreds of applicants, approximately 30 technicians pass Yamaha’s certification exam on an annual basis. “Those who obtain Yamaha Master Technician certification are among an elite group of…

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