Mounts bay – Newlyn Wed, 16 Nov 2022 19:00:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Mounts bay – Newlyn 32 32 Fishing boat sales surge to bolster demand for electric trolling motors, says Fact.MR Wed, 16 Nov 2022 19:00:00 +0000

The global Electric Trolling Motors Market is currently valued at around US$561.2 Million in 2022 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.8% to reach US$818.6 Million by 2032.

/EIN News/ — Rockville, Nov. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to Fact.MR, a market research and competitive intelligence provider, the global electric trolling motor market is estimated at $561.2 million in 2022 and is expected to grow at an impressive CAGR of 3.8% over the forecast years 2022-2032.

Various market players are starting to invest in the innovation of electric trolling motor. For example, anglers have begun to catch up with current market trends and are benefiting from advances in electric trolling motors. These motors come with several features such as GPS-enabled motor, pedal steering, and remote steering among others. For example, a GPS-enabled motor can record routes and the angler can also fish in the same spot the next day.

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Due to the many advantages such as maneuverability and access, maintaining control and safety, anglers are realizing the benefits of electric power which also provides them with significant efficiency while fishing. This is expected to increase the demand for trolling motors and create many opportunities for players operating in the electric trolling motors market.

Key insights from market research

  • The Global Electric Trolling Motors Market is anticipated to expand at an impressive CAGR of 3.9% and be valued at USD 818.6 Million by 2032.
  • The market witnessed a CAGR of (1.3)% for the period 2017-2021.
  • Under engine, bow mount engine will dominate the market and will be valued at US$337.3 million in 2022.
  • North America and Europe led the market with 49.4% and 26.2% market share in 2021.
  • Under application, saltwater is expected to account for 89.3% market share in 2022.
  • Based on the boat, the Jon Boat type engine can reach the valuation of US$142.5 million in 2022.

“Fundraising for lakes and freshwater sports, fishing is the success factor of the electric trolling motor marketsays a Fact.MR analyst.

Electric Trolling Motors Industry Research Segmentation

  • By Engine Type:

    • bow mounts
    • Transom brackets
    • Engine mounts
  • Per application:
  • On a boat :

    • bass boat
    • Jon’s boat
    • Deep V boat
    • Pontoon
    • Skiffs
    • Flat boats
    • Deck boat
    • bay boat
    • Fish and ski
  • By region:

    • North America
    • Latin America
    • Europe
    • East Asia
    • South Asia and Oceania
    • AEM

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Market development

The market for electric trolling motors is mostly dominated by Minn Kota and MotorGuide. However, there are a large number of local and regional players in the market. Major players are focusing on product launches to expand their market presence. For example, in 2019, MotorGuide introduced two new products – the Tour and Tour Pro trolling motor in the different regions.

Both products are designed for tough conditions with a 360 degree detachable stand with integrated anti-rebound and a sturdy two-piece shaft with a metal outer column and a composite inner shaft. In the same year, Lowrance Electronics Inc. introduced its Ghost freshwater trolling motor, which uses a brushless motor and helps eliminate noisy operation. It is integrated with zero sonar interference to provide anglers with the clearest sonar view possible.

Profiled Key Companies

  • Minn Kota (Johnson Outdoor Marine)
  • Motorguide (Brunswick Corporation)
  • Garmin Ltd.
  • Lowrance (Navico)
  • United States
  • Water Snake (Jarvis Walker Pty, Inc.)
  • Newport Ships
  • Torqeedo GmbH
  • Rhodan Marine
  • Navigator (MarineTech products)
  • Lankhorst Taselaar BV (Talamex)

country wise Knowledge

The electric trolling motor market in the United States is currently estimated at US$225.5 million and is expected to reach US$326.7 million by 2032.

The United States had one of the largest nautical and maritime industries in the world. The country holds a large share of the electric trolling motor market, accounting for about 81.5% in North America.

The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) estimated strong growth in boat sales in the United States. For example, in 2019, the country saw an increase in unit sales of motorized fishing boats. These factors are further predicted to strengthen the regional market.

The United States remains one of the world’s largest markets for boating and marine equipment, making it a lucrative market for trolling motor manufacturers. The increased demand for marine equipment among Americans will drive the growth of the market.

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Fact.MR, in its new offering, presents an unbiased analysis of the global Electric Trolling Motors Market, showcasing historical market data (2017-2021) and forecast statistics for the period 2022-2032.

The study reveals critical information on the basis of engine (bow mounts, transom mounts and engine mounts), application (saltwater and freshwater), boat (bass boats, Jon boats, deep-V boats, pontoons, skiffs, flatboats, deck boats, bay boats and fishing and skis), in major regions of the world (North America, Latin America, Europe, East Asia, South Asia and Oceania, and Middle East and Africa).

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Justin Arana Plays Hero as Converge Comebacks to Beat ROS E! News UK Sun, 13 Nov 2022 13:52:00 +0000

Justin Arana made the starting basket as Converge came from a 17-point hole to frustrate Rain or Shine, 102-101, and extend his winning streak to seven in the 2022 PBA Commissioner’s Cup at Smart Araneta Coliseum on Sunday Nov 13.

Converge big man Justin Arana gives the go-ahead to frustrate Rain or Shine. (PBA Pictures)

Arana scored on a short stab on an inbound play with 15 seconds left to push the FiberXers ahead and cap the huge fourth quarter storm that saw his team explode for 33 points while limiting the Elasto Painters to just 17 .

This completed the return of Converge who have now earned a share of second place in the standings with the Bay Area Dragons with identical 8-2 records.

Arana dropped six of his 16 points in the final frame, including the big hit in the streak as Jeron Teng and RK Ilagan combined for 14 of the team’s fourth-quarter results to finish with 20 and 16 points, respectively. .

Quincy Miller wasn’t as productive as last game when he scored 46 points, finishing with 19 points on top of 20 rebounds, five assists, three steals and two blocks.

The FiberXers trailed for most of the match as the Elasto Painters gave them a dose of their own medicine with entrenched transition attacks on the young legs of Gian Mamuyac, Anton Asistio and Andrei Caracut.

Rain or Shine even delivered a solid finishing kick to end the third frame with a comfortable 89-64 advantage. Back-to-back hits from Rey Nambatac and Beau Belga created the biggest lead at 17, 88-7, before the FiberXers responded with an 11-3 push to bring the deficit back to single digits.

Converge, refusing to go down, unleashed a revealing 18-5 run to steal the game in the end, wasting a huge rebound from Ryan Pearson who finished with 25 points and 10 rebounds while Mamuyac added 24.



The car fanatic who had to have his homemade supercar rebuilt Fri, 11 Nov 2022 06:30:00 +0000

Alan Dunn realized he liked the 1965 Ford GT40 supercar replica he had built so much that a few years after selling it, he had to get it back.

The former Timaru businessman had spent ‘three to four years’ on his labor of love, working on it nights and weekends to sell it when he and his wife found it had become too difficult to enter and exit.

The car is a replica – an original 1965 Ford GT40 Mk I now costing around NZ$12 million – but is 100% scale to the original model made famous when Kiwis Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon won the Le Mans 24 hour race in 1966.

Dunn finished building his version in 2007, which he says is worth around $150,000 in today’s market, but around 2010 he found it was “too difficult to get in and out of.” for him and his wife, so they sold it.

Alan Dunn's Ford GT40 replica is a low ride but not slow.


Alan Dunn’s Ford GT40 replica is a low ride but not slow.

“A year later, one day I walked past the gym and thought ‘no, I’m in good shape’, so I bought it back.

“He was away on a short vacation with someone else in Whangarei.

“I just needed to get it back. We flew to Whangarei, bought it and flew home.

Car fanatics can get a good look at Dunn’s build on Sunday when the South Canterbury Vintage Car Club hosts an All American Show at the North Caroline Bay car park from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Dunn, who has been in motorsports manufacturing for 25 years, said the replica kit was just the body “which came with just the bare frame, so no suspension mounts, no engine mounts, just the frame.

The replica of Alan Dunn's 1965 Ford GT40.


The replica of Alan Dunn’s 1965 Ford GT40.

“So I made all the engine mounts and the seats and the windscreen wipers and the gear shift system and all the bits and pieces.

“I had a company back then and when I got bored of the company, or the staff bored me, I could go home and play with it and build some tunes.

“We used a Porsche gearbox and Corvette front suspension arms. Just bits we can find.

“I made a lot of it, like all the suspension arms in the rear are the ones I all made myself, all the exhausts and the shifters as well.

The Ford 302 Windsor V8 that is at the heart of Alan Dunn's 1965 Ford GT40 replica.


The Ford 302 Windsor V8 that is at the heart of Alan Dunn’s 1965 Ford GT40 replica.

“But it’s 100% scale.

“It uses a Ford 302 small-block V8 with many advantages.

“It’s fast, very fast. It’s light and the power is there. There’s 330 horsepower at the rear wheels.

“It’s exceptionally fast. Thought it was faster than most things until I bought my Camaro (2020 ZL1). It’s the scariest thing I’ve ever driven, and I’ve driven V8 Supercars.

“It’s an unmodified factory with 650 horsepower.”

Dunn owns more than 10 cars and says he got into collector cars after selling his business.

]]> Will Coleman on developing young event horses Sun, 06 Nov 2022 10:10:43 +0000

06 November 2022

Training for Success: Will Coleman on Developing Young Competition Horses

It’s no secret that Will Coleman has had a lot of success in his career lately, including a team silver medal at the 2022 FEI Eventing World Championships in Pratoni del Vivaro and a first place finish in the CHIO Aachen 4*-S in 2020, making him the only American pilot to have tackled such a feat. However, what some may not know is that several of Coleman’s top mounts, including Off the Record which helped him achieve the two previously mentioned accolades, are graduates of the Young Event Horse program at the ‘USEA. Coleman has ridden three of his top tier mounts since the start of their careers:

  • Off the Record – a 13-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding (VDL Arkansas x Drumagoland Bay) owned by Off the Record Syndicate, who finished ninth at the 2014 USEA YEH East Coast 5-Year-Old Championship
  • DonDante – a 12-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding sired by Pachio, owned by Team Rebecca LLC, who finished 4eat the 2015 USEA YEH 5-Yr-Old East Coast Championships
  • Chin Tonic HS – 10-year-old Holsteiner gelding (Chin Champ x Wildera) owned by Hyperion Stud, who finished 5th at the 2017 USEA YEH 5-Yr-Old East Coast Championships

After returning from Italy, we asked Coleman to give us the inside scoop on his tips and tricks for training your next partner, from Young Event Horse competitor to top campaigner! Here is what he had to say:

What does the competition season look like for one of your 4 or 5 year old horses before the USEA YEH Championships?

“Although I haven’t participated in the YEH Championships for a few years, we would try to give our young horses varied competition experiences before a big event like this. They would hang out at dressage shows, jumping shows, and some events, often not even competing, but just hanging out and working around the competition sites. I don’t do a lot of competition with four-year-old horses, but I try to give each young horse several outings before asking him to perform in competition. This helps to relax them and make outings enjoyable, rather than anxiety-provoking.

What is your process for advancing young horses through levels?

“We take an individual approach to each horse. There is no one road that all of our horses must follow. You can only go as fast as they learn and develop physically, so we have no pre-set idea of ​​how this will go. We just support the process; we don’t force it. Most of the time we focus on the fundamentals of their training and create relaxed outings in competition.

Do you find that the long-term partnerships you have with many of your horses have given you a competitive edge as they have progressed?

“I think there are definite advantages to having horses since they are young. You know them well physically and mentally, and that makes managing them to be happy and perform well a much easier process.

Are there certain traits or attributes that have been consistent among your successful YEH graduates?

“I think, so far, I’ve been attracted to horses that may not be the most talented, but are honest and really try hard. For any horse, I’m not sure you can train to “try”, but you can nurture and support it, and I think these three horses are examples of horses that really want to do well . I tried hard to encourage them and not discourage them as they climbed the grades, with the help of my team and the excellent coaching I received.

If you could give one piece of advice to a young horse trainer, what would it be?

“Work with people who understand horses better than you do.”

About the USEA Young Event Horse Program

The Young Event Horse (YEH) program was established in 2004 as a search for eventing talent. Like similar programs in Europe, the YEH program was designed to identify young horses between the ages of four and five, who possess the talent and disposition to, with proper training, excel at the highest levels of the sport. The ultimate goal of the program is to single out horses with the potential to compete at the four and five star levels, but many fine horses that excel at the lower levels are also featured by the program.

The YEH program provides an opportunity for breeders and owners to show the potential of their young horses while encouraging the breeding and development of the best competition horses for the future. The program rewards horses that are educated and prepared in a correct and progressive way. During the qualifying events, the young people perform a dressage test and a jumping/galloping/general impression phase. During the Championships, young horses are also evaluated on their conformation in addition to the dressage test and the jumping/cantering/general impression phase. Click here to learn more about the Young Event Horse program.

USEA would like to thank Bates Saddles, SmartPak, Standlee Premium Some products, Parker Equine Insurance, capital square, Kerritsand The Jockey Club for sponsoring the Young Event Horse program. In addition, USEA would like to thank The Dutta Company., Title Sponsor of the Young Horse Championships Event.

About the Holekamp/Turner Grant

Founded in 2015 by Timothy and Cheryl Holekamp of New Spring Farm and Christine and TJ Turner of Indian Creek Farm, the Holekamp/Turner Scholarship offers a USEA Young Event Horse (YEH) Championship competitor the opportunity to represent the United States at the FEI Events. Breeding World Championships in the 7-year-old CCIYH3*-L championship at the Mondial du Lion in Lion d’Angers, France. For the sole purpose of clearing a clear path for Team USA horses to progress in the sport of eventing, winners who are bred in North America will receive the full cash grant of $17,500, while imported horses will receive $8,000. In addition, The Dutta Corp. offers a prize to the recipient of the Holekamp/Turner scholarship, consisting of a return flight from the eastern United States to Europe.

Julie Cutler’s investigation raises more questions than answers into 1988 Perth woman’s disappearance Thu, 03 Nov 2022 21:08:59 +0000

Vivacious and bubbly, an outgoing theater performer who loved to be the center of attention.

Moody and private, prone to occasional bouts of depression.

Julie Cutler, who disappeared without a trace 34 years ago, was a multifaceted young woman, according to those who knew her well.

An inquest into his presumed death, which opened in Perth yesterday, has revealed plenty of new information about his mysterious disappearance in 1988 – but few answers so far.

Just 22 when she was last seen, Julie had returned from a hectic trip to Europe around six months earlier and had struggled to reintegrate into the sleepy city of Perth.

Her European odyssey had included many of the rites of passage so typical of young backpackers of the time: working as an au pair, getting charcoal sketched by a Parisian street artist, traveling to Greece and living her share of holiday romances.

Signs of distress

But it wasn’t all sunny beaches and happy memories – her time in Greece was marked by an incident in a hotel room where her traveling companion found her bleeding and distressed, after she had attempted to slit his wrists.

Ms Cutler had to be hospitalized and the incident raised concerns among her friends.

Best friend Jennifer Marr told the court that ‘it seemed like a very dramatic thing to do’ and ‘not something I had seen of her before’.

However, like other friends and family members who gave evidence yesterday, Ms Marr did not consider Ms Cutler to be mentally ill or depressed and attributed the hotel room incident to a breakup with a boyfriend. friend.

“Julie was known for drama…but because we knew who she was, we didn’t take it too seriously,” she said.

“She could take things to heart and blow things out of proportion…but it was part and parcel of who she was.”

Indeed, Ms Cutler was a former theater arts student at the WA Institute of Technology, now Curtin University, where she graduated with a degree in English literature in the mid-1980s.

After that, she worked a variety of casual jobs, including at the Hole in the Wall Theater in Subiaco, Fremantle Markets, and the Parmelia Hilton Hotel, where she worked in room service.

Roger Cutler and his daughter Nicole Cutler do not believe that Julie would have committed suicide. (ABC News: Cy Millington)

She had saved a lot to afford her trip to Europe, and left in March 1987, returning shortly before Christmas the same year.

But as her sister Nicole observed, it’s not easy to get back to your old life when you return from a series of international adventures – and testimony given at the inquest suggests that Ms Cutler had some hard time. struggling to find his bearings on his return.

She “had struggled to settle back into life in Perth after her travels,” assistant coroner lawyer Jon Tiller told the court.

Moving into the Victoria Park house she had lived in before leaving, Ms Cutler now found herself living with her younger sister Nicole, but the relationship quickly soured.

Although unable to determine the substance of the dispute, Nicole Cutler recalled a huge argument between the sisters, which resulted in Julie “storming” and leaving their shared home.

Missing woman Julie Cutler sits on the grass, fingering one ear.
Julie Cutler has been missing since 1988 and her body has never been found.(Provided: Washington State Police)

Nicole was to see her sister just once before disappearing, when she tried to make up between the two by going to visit Julie at the stall where she worked at Fremantle Markets.

Julie told Nicole she would call her. She never did.

“And then she disappeared,” she told the inquest.

relationship breakdown

Colleague Carmela Fleming, who worked with Ms Cutler the day before she disappeared, said the 22-year-old was left distraught while the couple were on duty in the Parmelia Hilton penthouse suite.