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Marine Industry.org is an international network serving all members of the marine and the recreational boating industries. This professional association serves as the industry's voice, a powerful social networking tool as well as an information source focused on promoting the growth and improvement of the marine industry through communication and information sharing.

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Where the Best and Brightest in the Marine Industry Collaborate and Stay Informed.

Marine Industry.org  – an online community that connects marine industry professionals like never before! Similar to MySpace, Facebook or YouTube, but tailored specifically to the boating and marine industries, Marine Industry.org allows users to:

-Create a profile -Find and add friends -Create and join groups -Create and post comments on message boards -Add and share photos, and videos -Mark your spot with our interactive map tool -Keep informed with up to the minute news and commentary -Improve your business skills -Membership is FREE and the content is priceless!   Please join us today!

 

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Chris Clark is now a member of Marine Industry.org
May 21
Tom Cassidy, Jr. posted a status
"I am seeking qualified marine technicians for clients in TX, FL, KY, OH, and CO."
Nov 25, 2015
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Aug 27, 2015
Michael Osita.N posted a discussion

Enclosed space entry

If a surveyor is wants to inspect a confined space and found out that the oxygen content level in the enclosed space is low and the vessel will sail the next day light, what action will he/she take?, will he/she refuse the survey or will he use a respiratory device for the job.See More
Jul 18, 2015

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Enclosed space entry

Started by Michael Osita.N in Education Jul 18, 2015.

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Started by Jim Sabia in Advertising & Promotion. Last reply by Applied Concepts Unleashed May 12, 2014.

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