Attention all Sunroad Marina boaters! If you received a MarineSync boat tag on your boat, scan the barcode with your Smartphone to watch the demo video of MarineSync’s MS2-In slip vessel monitoring system! Sign up and take part in Sunroad’s newest amenity, monitoring your boat from anywhere!
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The once glamorous Sierra Rose, an 86-foot, three-story luxury yacht now rests against the bottom of the Tahoe Keys Marina. The yacht, previously known for its state-of-the-art amenities including a gourment gallery, a 20ft. Grand Craft sport boat, and a helicopter pad took on a Titanic- esque tilt beginning early Monday morning. Witnesses state that more than a dozen people were on board when they heard the sound of tearing metal. Despite the apparent mishap, some passengers stayed aboard for more than an hour. Now, concerned marina officials and other vessel owners in the Tahoe Keys Marina worry that the Sierra Rose might leak fuel or sewage into the lake. Owner of the Sierra Rose, was aboard while the craft took on water, but was not notified early enough to save his 3 bedroom yacht.
Welcome! MarineSync is now proud to announce the launch of our new blog today at http://blog.marinesync.com. We’ll be working hard to provide you with the newest and most relevant articles related to the marine and boating industries and how our products can benefit you. Be sure to subscribe to our RSS feed to always be updated when a new article comes out. So welcome, and happy reading!
-The MarineSync Team
A letter was just sent to every Pumpout manufacturer from the Department of Boating & Waterways. The letter stated that “effective immediately, every CVA (federally) funded pumpout must include a MarineSync MS1 monitoring unit”. This has been a very long process! We’re now specified in California & Oregon.
2 down; 48 to go!!