Bernard Engraving Acquires Memory-Mate Log Books

Bernard Log Books

Bernard Engraving Co has acquired the long-standing Beckson Marine line of Memory-Mate Log Books. With the addition of the Log Books and Manager Series of publications, Bernard continues to grow its line of boating products.

The company is also proud to announce the return of the most popular format of the log book, the MM303 22-ring, loose leaf with a two-page spread for each voyage or leg of voyage. Incredibly user-friendly, this format titles the left side of the book as Cruise and the right as Helmsman.

Designed as complete reference and maintenance logs for a vessel, Bernard’s Manager Series Books contain pages of equipment checklists, medical and first aid information, and owner and vessel details. Customs, Coast Guard and official requirement tips and know-how are also included, as well as piloting tips and procedures, inventory lists and locations within the craft, float plans for filing and information for each operating system aboard, including engine, rigging, wiring and radio.

The log books offer laminated quick reference cards for use on board and ashore. These Power Boat and Sailboat Managers are incredibly helpful if someone has to suddenly captain a boat during an emergency, for charter boats and when it comes time to sell the vessel.
          
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