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Nautika Centar Nava Now Offer X-Yachts in Charter Fleet

In late May 2017, Nautika Centar Nava became the exclusive dealer of X-Yachts – a Danish-built, performance sailing yacht. This is yet another addition to Nava’s ever-expanding portfolio and a clear step towards moving away from the crowds and offering a ‘premium charter service’.

In an interview with Yachts Croatia Magazine, Sales Manager Sergije Plavša said: “We signed an exclusive-dealer contract with X-Yachts in May. For Nava, that is a big step in a new direction, as we will be adding sailing boats to our fleet of motor yachts and multi-hulls. Still, as do all of our yachts, X-Yachts possess an important feature – quality. The undisputed quality of these Danish sailboats is what we will base our strategy on.”

Nava team exhibiting at the ICE 2017 boat show.

Nautika Centar Nava will offer the X43 which is the second model in a new range; X-Yachts are renowned for the excellent sailing performance, yet, in fitting with charter – they also have a spacious and comfortable design, above and below deck.

“We want to be leading the industry, based on innovation and world-class craftsmanship thus promising our customers superior sailing pleasure whether racing or cruising.” – X-Yachts

Credit: X-Yachts official page

 Why is this exciting for the would-be-charterer? The majority of people who charter a yacht and come sailing in Croatia are, let’s call them – recreational sailors or holidaymakers. Many people charter a yacht with a skipper, so they can enjoy, others charter bareboat so they can take the sailing experience into their own hands; but, what if you are a keen sailor, with experience in racing, who doesn’t have their own yacht, yet you want to feel the thrill of racing?

Credit: Nava Official Page.

Most yachts in charter are of a high-standard but not all are made for racing; this where X-Yachts come in. X-Yachts have a fantastic ‘track-record’ at international sailing competitions; in June 2016 the Xp-44 “Amber Mills” won the Giraglia Rolex Cup which is one of the most important racing events in the Mediterranean, another race which took place in Annapolis in June last year was the Bermuda Race where again, the Xp-44 “Rival” took first place in a fleet of 25 yachts, reaching whopping speeds of 22-knots!

And X-Yachts haven’t only done well in foreign waters but also here in Croatia; the X-41 “Nube” has won the ORC Croatian Cup three times, while X-41 “X-Cite” won this year’s (2017) famed Easter Regatta in Hvar with Tonko Rameša at the helm.

The sailing success of the X-Yachts says it all really but the new range have also been designed with a modern eye and comfortable living in mind; making them perfect for entering the charter market. X-Yachts have 35 years’ experience in boat-building and have won a host of awards over the years: winning the ‘Sailing World Boat of the Year in 2014’, the ‘Adriatic Boat of the Year in 2013’ and a number of nominations including multiple-nominations for the European Boat of the Year.

As the exclusive dealer of X-Yachts and now offering them in their charter fleet, Nautika Centar Nava is no doubt setting the scene for other companies to follow suit and it also ties into creating an even better offer for those who wish to come sailing in Croatia.

Credit: X-Yachts Official Page

We are excited to see these yachts on the water for 2018 and look forward to reporting on their performance. If you are interested in sailing in Croatia or chartering X-Yachts, visit Nautika Centar Nava here.

Quote from Sergije Plavša taken from Yachts Croatia Magazine, information about X-Yachts from their official page.


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Royal Farms eyes beer sales

RIDLEY Royal Farms looks like it’s ready to leap into the beer biz. At least at one location in Delaware County. The convenience story known for its fried chicken wants to offer suds to wash it down with at its Ridley location on Stewart Avenue.

If the board of commissioners approve the request, the liquor license from Campbell’s Boat House, Inc. in Upper Providence will have a new home at the Royal Farms convenience store and gas station at 105 S. Stewart Ave. Campbell’s is scheduled to be demolished to make way for a larger Wawa at the intersection of Route 252 and the Media ByPass.

Attorney Jonathan Jordan made the case for the inter-municipal transfer of the liquor license at a public hearing Thursday night. Jordan told the commissioners that Royal Farms wants to sell beer and wine for take-out and for consumption inside the store in a small seating area. He said the policy of the company is to allow just one alcoholic drink if a patron is drinking inside the store.

“It is not a place for a ‘night on the town,’” Jordan said.

No open containers are allowed to be carried outside to the picnic tables. For take out, two six packs of beer or four bottles of wine would be the limit.

Right now the only convenience store in Delaware County to feature beer sales is the Wawa on Naamans Creek Road at Route 202 in Concord. Wawa had to completely renovate and redesign the store to satisfy the state requirement for a separate section of the store used for beer sales and adequate seating to meet the restaurant requirement.

Royal Farms already has seating inside its Ridley location.

Jordan immediately sought to ease residents’ concerns about any underage drinking at the location.

“Royal Farms ‘cards’ everybody who appears to be under the age of 40,” Jordan said, adding that there will be a separate cash register for alcoholic beverage sales.

According to Jordan, beer sales will be allowed between 7 a.m. and 2 a.m., but wine sales will stop at 11 p.m.

Jordan apparently answered any questions the commissioners would have in his presentation. Bob Willert, president of the commissioners, noted that the location of a liquor license on Stewart Avenue where Royal Farms is located meets the township distance requirements from any school or house of worship. The location is not in close proximity to any residential neighborhood.

Commissioner Nancy Robert was assured by Jordan that anyone seeking to buy beer or wine will be asked for identification if they appear to be under the age of 40.

Jordan said Royal Farms has 13 stores in Pennsylvania and is headquartered in Baltimore, MD. There are 180 stores in the family-owned company founded in 1959. The company stores sell beer and wine at their locations in Maryland and Virginia. It is believed the company also has an application in for beer sales at a store in Montgomery County.

Willert told Jordan the commissioners will announce its decision at the board’s regular meeting Dec. 20.


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Boat Noodle teams up with foodpanda Brunei

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ONLINE food delivery service foodpanda is partnering with Boat Noodle at Little Soho, Batu Besurat.

Nabil Ibrahim, Sales and Marketing Manager of foodpanda Brunei said at a press meeting, the partnership ensures the restaurant’s speciality in Thai food is now available for delivery to homes in Brunei Darussalam.

Syazwi Sharif, Boat Noodle’s co-founder, said the restaurant brings Thailand street food for local patrons.

Rashdan Marzuki, co-founder of Boat Noodle added, they offer dishes such as Kuey Teow Ruer, which is commonly known as Boat Noodle that originates from the floating markets of Ayutthaya.

Recently a kiosk opened at Times Square, a sister company of Boat Noodle called ChillChill offering 20 selections of drinks.

Representatives from foodpanda and Boat Noodle in a group photo with foodpanda mascot. – BAHYIAH BAKIR

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Behind Pending Sale of Sea Ray, A Few Hints As to Why, None As To What Next

The Sea Ray boat plant in Flagler Beach employs about 420 people. (© FlaglerLive)

In its latest annual report, Brunswick Corp., owner of Sea Ray Boats, whose manufacturing plant employs upward of 400 people off Colbert Lane in Flagler Beach, had stated: “We believe that our brands, including Mercury, Life Fitness, Sea Ray, Boston Whaler and Lund, significantly contribute to our success, and that maintaining and enhancing these brands is important to expanding our customer base.”

Months later, the Lake Forest, Ill.-based company announced it planned to sell Sea Ray–and just Sea Ray—from among the 15 brands that make up the company’s boat group. (Meridian Yachts is a division of Sea Ray, so Meridian’s plant in Knoxville, Tenn., is also affected.)

There’d been no hint of any issues with the boat division in the company’s previous reports other than notes of disappointment in its third quarter results, which it summed up as “Manufacturing inefficiencies, including costs related to the hurricane preparation and recovery efforts.” But that wasn’t Sea Ray’s fault so much as Irma’s. Third quarter results had also noted “unfavorable changes in sales mix” in the entire boat division. But the company does not appear to be strapped for cash. It has a debt-equity ratio of 28.3 percent and a market capitalization of nearly $5 billion. Its share price hit an all-time high of $63 in July. It’s not far from that now.

In a press release issued on Dec. 5, Mark Schwabero, the company’s chairman and chief executive officer, said the decision to sell “was made after careful consideration, and reflects the evolving contribution that the Sea Ray brand has made to our marine portfolio.” It was not so much an explanation as a restatement.

But a note in a Securities and Exchange filing the same day was less cryptic and perhaps more worrisome for the future of Sea Ray, as it suggested a darkening outlook for the division. The sale was authorized, the company stated, “as a result of, among other things, a change in strategic direction and a review of the expected future cash flows, market conditions and business trends.”

And a presentation to investors the company prepared in conjunction with its announcement included a slide that showed its 10-year teand, going back to 2007, of diminishing sales in some of its manufactured boats portfolio and increasing sales in outboard engines, “propulsion technologies, parts and accessories.” The illustrations it chose for its presentation told a story of their own. They featured an engine, a propeller, a fitness gym (the company also has a substantial fitness division), and only the back of a boat, the focus of the illustration being more on a man catching a swordfish than on the boat itself.

The 2016 annual report had also noted another issue that may be contributing to Brunswick’s decision: “Hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, storms and catastrophic natural or environmental disasters could disrupt our distribution channel, operations or supply chain and decrease consumer demand,” the report noted. “If such an event occurs near our business, manufacturing facilities or key suppliers’ facilities, business operations and/or operating systems could be interrupted. We could be uniquely affected by a catastrophic event due to the location of certain of our boat facilities in coastal Florida and the size of the manufacturing operation in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.” Such statements are the routine stuff of annual reports, weighing in more as disclaimers than predictors. Perhaps the disruptions of two hurricanes in two successive years took a toll, as reflected in the report’s note about lost manufacturing days locally.

Still, public documents or the company’s December release did not explain why Sea Ray was being singled out in a boat group that had net sales of $1.37 billion in 2016 (up from $1.27 billion in 2015) and employed 5,000, up from 4,500 the previous year.

And the additional statement Schwabero was quoted as making in the release only begged the question further regarding the company’s motives to sell: “We believe that the Sea Ray business, through its leading brand and exciting product line, offers attractive value creation opportunities to a new owner,” he said. “Sea Ray is an iconic brand that is rich with history, with a reputation for craftsmanship, quality and styling. Sea Ray’s manufacturing facilities are among the most advanced in the marine industry, with talented and dedicated workforces.”

The pending sale has naturally left local officials wondering what comes next. “Depends on who’s buying and what their intentions are,” said Rick Belhumeur, a Flagler Beach city commissioner. “If they plan to keep the Sea Ray boat brand and not try to change things, I doubt the operations at our Flagler County assembly plant will change.” And while the company asserts that little is changing at Sea Ray itself, that certainty is out of its hands once the sale is executed, according to the company’s plans, in early 2018.

The company expects to record a loss loss and resulting charge in connection with the sale of these businesses. Brunswick bought Sea Ray–when it was known as Ray Industries–in 1986 for $350 million. Brunswick at the time had ended its last fiscal year with profits of $100 million on sales of $1.54 billion. It ended 2016 with profits of $409 million on sales of $4.49 billion.

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Perini Navi to build 25.5m hybrid super tender

The resulting super tender design inherits the Perini Navi style with graceful looks and comfortable interiors. Her lines come courtesy of the Italian yard’s in-house head of design, Franco Romani and the high bulwarks mean that guests will be able to step straight onto the mothership.

Accommodation is for up to six guests split between three staterooms, including a full-beam VIP suite, a double cabin and a bunk bed cabin, while the compact crew quarters can accommodate two people. Key features include a contemporary interior décor and a sunken foredeck seating area, which allows the owner to pursue his other passions of bird watching and nature photography.


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DIY packraft offers outdoors enthusiasts an affordable, lightweight boat – The Spokesman

If you have enviously eyed the packable but expensive Alpacka packrafts made in Alaska – but just couldn’t commit to the $600-$2,500 price tag – there’s good news.

A 37-year-old British Columbia engineer has designed similar boats out of lightweight materials that he will cut for you. For a much more modest price – ranging from $129 to $280 depending on the kit – and an investment in sweat equity, you can now build your own packraft for a fraction of what an Alpacka would set you back.

Matt Pope, of Smithers, B.C., came up with the idea for DIY packraft after enduring similar envy. A geoscientist who also has mechanical engineering training, he doggedly set out in 2015 to create his own boat.

“My best friend and I designed and built sea kayaks when we were 15 and 16, but aside from that, this is my first outdoor gear,” he wrote in an email.

Pope grew up on the West Coast where his family always kept a canoe at the lake next to their house.

“Later, I got into sea kayaking and sailing, and as soon as I was heavy enough I started windsurfing, so I guess I’ve always been drawn to the water,” he wrote. “My family was into hiking, too, and in college I joined an alpine club and started mountaineering. Packrafting ties all these threads together.”

On his website, Pope noted that he spent “hundreds of hours researching, testing materials, and designing and building prototypes” until finally finding a design that he liked. Using 3-D modeling software he devised a boat that uses heat sealing to join the pieces, saving weight yet still maintaining strength.

Deciding that others may be in the same financial fix, he started his website and began selling packraft kits.

“It’s a pretty niche market, so nearly all of my customers find out about the DIY packraft option through the website, or by word of mouth,” he wrote. “A lot of them are like me – they want a packraft but they can’t justify spending $1,000 on something they might only use a few times a year, so they’re looking online for a cheaper alternative that won’t sacrifice safety or functionality, and that’s when they stumble across diypackraft.com.”

He won’t disclose the number of sales, but pinpoints on a website map shows that DIY has shipped a lot of boats to Europe, with scattered sales on several other continents including South America and Australia.

To ensure his product stands up to the rigors of the real world, Pope has packed his boat into the trunk of his car for paddling if he’s ever near a lake or river. He takes it on day hikes because it only adds a few pounds to his load.

“It’s fun to paddle in alpine lakes where there’s a good chance no one has ever paddled before,” he wrote.

He’s packed his boat along on multiday backpacking trips, as well.

“It opens up new route possibilities by changing water from an obstacle into a highway,” he wrote. “There’s a 300-mile trip I’ve been planning for years, and that’s what prompted me to start making packrafts. If I ever get to the point where I can take two months off of work, that’s what I’ll be doing.”

He also uses his boat for what he calls bike rafting.

“A packraft eliminates the need for a shuttle, because you can pack it into a bicycle bag for riding on roads and trails, and then strap your bike over the bow when you’re on the water. I’m lucky enough to live in a scenic valley where I can ride for half an hour to the next town and then spend four hours floating home in class 1 to 3 whitewater.”

Although he admits he’s not much of a whitewater paddler yet, he also likes to take his packraft into the ocean surf to play. And he has a friend who is waiting for him to make a moose boat, one large enough for a hunter to float a big animal out of the backcountry. He said that design is in the works.

It will take time, though, because right now DIY packraft is a one-man operation based in Pope’s basement. He’d like to see the business grow to where it’s a full-time gig that allowed him to quit his day job, which can take him away from home for weeks.

“If I ever hire an employee, that will be a landmark occasion,” he wrote.

After reading this far, you may be wondering if you have the skills to pull off a boat build. Here’s what Pope had to say about that:

“There’s nothing particularly difficult about it and no special skills are needed, but it does take about 20 hours to complete a kit, so a bit of patience and a willingness to follow instructions are required. There’s no sewing involved – the heat sealable fabrics are welded together with a mini iron, and there’s a bit of gluing here and there. Anyone who enjoys a hobby like woodworking or fly tying or sewing or making model airplanes is more than qualified. It doesn’t have to be a solitary pastime though – I’ve had interest from Scout troops, paddling clubs, and groups of friends who want a fun winter project to work on together over beers. To promote that kind of thing, I offer a discount on group orders over $500.”

Several videos help buyers build their boat and Pope even shows how to build your own iron for sealing the seams.

Just in time for Christmas, you may want to put one of these on your list. Heck, at this price maybe you can afford two.


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Title: Everglades Boats and FFMD Announce Winner of the 243cc Raffle

Everglades and FFMD joined forces earlier this year to give one lucky winner a chance to own a 2017 Everglades 243cc for as little as $100. Interested supporters bought $100 raffle tickets for a chance at winning the brand new boat. Raffle ticket sales generated more than $200,000 with proceeds going to benefit FFMD and the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) in their efforts to increase awareness of muscle disease and to support research for Muscular Dystrophy. The winner was pulled at the Washington DC MDA Muscle Team Gala in November.

Learn About Another Good Cause Everglades Raised Money For

Everglades dealers nationwide worked extremely hard all year long to sell thousands of tickets – ultimately the winner was Matt Montgomery of Ormond Beach. The Everglades team couldn’t be prouder to see FFMD represented locally.
“We’d like to extend our most sincere congratulations to Matt Montgomery and his family. We are so proud to be partnered with such an incredible cause and hope the boat brings the Montgomery family lots of joy for years to come” Said Bryan Harris, VP of Sales and Marketing.

The 243cc with Yamaha 300 4-stroke – Everglades’ best-selling model – will include a hard top, upper second station, twin lifting platforms, an Amera-Trail Aluminum Trailer, and a Sign Zoo Wrap (to be provided new for the winner). In addition, the boat will include state-of-the-art electronics, a top-of-the-line fishing package, and Everglades’ premium lighting package, amidst countless other features.

About Everglades Boats

For 16 years, Everglades Boats has led the industry with their premier line of luxury center console fishing boats. Known for their patented RAMCAP hull design, functional fishibility, and innovative features, the Florida-based company has continued to disrupt the market with innovative designs, unmatched quality, and a warranty that can’t be beat. For more information about Everglades Boats or to find a dealer near you, visit www.EvergladesBoats.com

About Fishing for Muscular Dystrophy

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