Honouring the stars of the motor boating world...
The 2014 Motor Boat
Awards will bring together marine business leaders to celebrate the best of the
best from the motorboating world.
Nominations for the nine categories will include
any boat tested by one of the magazines before January 2014, with winners being
picked by the experts at Motor Boat &
Yachting and Motor Boats
The Garmin Outstanding Service Award recognizes companies who have gone
above and beyond with their customer service and is chosen by a public vote.
The winners will be announced simultaneously on this website and at the
awards ceremony in London on 6 January 2014.
Garmin Outstanding Service Award
Voting is now open for
Garmin Outstanding Service Award.
Have you received
outstanding service from a marine company this year? This is your opportunity
to make it known, because we’ve started accepting nominations for the 2014
Garmin Outstanding Service Award, to be handed to one lucky company at next
year’s much coveted Motor Boat Awards, sponsored by Pantaenius.
The nomination process is
simple. Email email@example.com with the name of the company and the reason why you think it
should win. The subject line of the email should read: MBM Garmin Service Award
The deadline for
nominations has been extended to 10 December 2013,
so get your nominations in if you know of a company that has gone above and
The nine categories for boats cover all types and
sizes of motor-powered craft from 18ft starter boats to 140ft custom yachts.
The finalists in each category will be announced on 20 December and in the
January issue of Motor Boats Monthly and the February issue of Motor Boat &
The categories are:
• Starter boat
Performance and superboat
Wheelhouse and walkaround
• Trawler yacht and aft cabin
• Sportcsruiser up to
• Sportscruiser over 45ft
• Flybridge up to 55ft
• Flybridge over
• Custom yacht
• Garmin award for outstanding service
How to enter
boat tested and published in Motor Boat & Yachting and Motor Boats Monthly
prior to December 20, 2013 will automatically be considered for entry by our
panel of experienced motor boat journalists.
This is because we believe that
the awards should be judged solely on merit and for the same reason we only
ever give awards to boats we have driven and tested out on the water where they