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The Yamaha Marine Technical School Partnership program (TSP) reached its 100th member milestone with the addition of Prince William Sound College in Valdez, Alaska. Developed in 2015, Yamaha’s TSP program aims to develop a stronger marine technician workforce through a certified curriculum, Yamaha systems access and product donations used in the classroom for hands-on training. Students from the first Yamaha Technical School Partner, Minnesota State Community and Technical College, stand among the Yamaha outboards used during class for marine technician…

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FSU Boat Donation

Yamaha Marine and Skeeter Boats provided a Skeeter SX230 center console boat powered by a Yamaha V MAX SHO® 250 outboard to the Florida State University (FSU) Coastal and Marine Laboratory at the fiftieth annual Bassmaster Classic®, March 8, 2020. The lab will use the boat, sponsored by the Yamaha Rightwaters™ initiative, to study the effects of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill on oyster habitats in the Gulf of Mexico and Apalachicola Bay. Yamaha Marine and Skeeter Boats provided…

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Into the Outdoors Header

In its third year of Getting Families Fishing, this national education initiative launched by the Future Angler Foundation and the Into the Outdoors Education Network recently added another 16 aquatic and angling education videos along with 16 dedicated topic webpages as part of their 2019 FWS grant. This builds a total of 32 fishing videos and web pages with educational materials that are free, open source to the entire R3 angling community to help in their efforts to generate new…

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Yamaha Ribbon Cutting

Yamaha expanded its Technical School Partnership program in Ark. with the grand opening of National Park College’s (NPC) new Marine Technology building, Jan. 30. The 7,500-square-foot facility includes a classroom and workshop space for students to train with the latest marine technology. Yamaha Marine expanded its Technical School Partnership Program with the grand opening of a new Marine Technology building at National Park College in Hot Springs, Ark. “Yamaha maintains a strong commitment to developing the next generation of marine…

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Mercury Motor Repair

Program offers students advanced training in Mercury products and maintenance procedures; It provides a jump‑start on certification Mercury Marine and its training division, Mercury University, today announced a partnership with Great Lakes Boat Building School in Cedarville, Michigan, to offer students a 12‑month, 42‑credit‑hour Mercury Marine Maintenance Program beginning with the fall 2020 semester. Mercury and the school announced their partnership at a special ceremony sponsored by the school and the Michigan Boating Industries Association at the Progressive®Detroit Boat Show,…

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