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Great Workboats of 2017: Apply Now

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Marine News

Will your vessel be honored as a "Great Workboat of 2017" in the December 2017 edition of Marine News?

Every year, Marine News profiles the most outstanding vessels built in shipyards in North America, recognizing builders, owners and designers as leaders in their field. This edition - the much anticipated end-of-the-year edition - generates much excitement, as your work is profiled and delivered to the largest audited b2b maritime industry audience in this genre.

The only way to have your vessel / workboat featured in Marine News' December 2017 edition is to complete this application by November 1, 2017. Only vessels delivered in 2017 will be considered.

Click the Link to get started: GREAT WORKBOATS OF 2017.

Oct 10, 2017

 

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Logo: Alpha Bank

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