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ABYC E-Learning Annoucement
ABYC is proud to announce the development of online marine training courses. The new E-Learning platform will host multi-module courses with multimedia demonstrations and interactive learning tools as well as on-demand informational webinars. Continuing Education Units are available for some of the courses and more CEU courses are under development now, many of which are free.

Utilizing ABYC’s E-Learning platform affords the student the opportunity to learn at their own pace, save potentially thousands in travel expenses to attend on-site courses, and complete courses without ever leaving their living rooms.

We are now in the final stages of development of our E-Learning platform. 3 classes have already been completed with several more in the works. Look for announcements in the near future for the release of ABYC’s new direction in learning
 Contact Matthew Wienold at for more information.

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  Regulator Marine becomes MRAA platinum member

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Phoenix Trailers announces personnel move

Boat trailer manufacturer Phoenix Trailers said it named a new Southern regional sales manager as a direct result of taking over manufacturing and …
  METS short-lists builders for achievement awards

The first Boat Builder Awards for Business Achievement will be handed out on Nov. 18 at METS during a gala dinner at the National Maritime Museum .


Marine Log

Workboats and Patrol Boats: Small but Mighty

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Expansion keeps elite boat maker in Lansing

With the help of Michigan Economic Development Corp. and Lansing Economic Area Partnership and grants that brought sewer lines to the building



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