In this Aug. 30, 2018, file photo, a dinghy is seen at the southsea boating yard in Southsea, England.
The UK boating boom is starting to take off but its still early days, and some of the boats still haven’t been cleaned up after decades in the ocean.
(AP Photo/Andrew Winning, File) The UK’s boating boating sector is growing.
That is, at least in the short term.
But it has a long way to go to truly take advantage of the economic benefits of being able to take advantage in a safe, and more profitable, environment.
A report by the UK government’s Bureau of Statistics says the sector has grown by almost 50 percent in the past decade, but its growing in relative terms.
That’s not good news for people in the industry, because boating is still a very dangerous job, and while the industry is booming, it is still relatively unregulated.
And that’s not the best news for the safety of workers in the craft.
The Bureau of Stats reports that there are more than 4,500 deaths linked to boating accidents in England and Wales every year.
The vast majority of those are men, but there are also about 500 cases of women and girls, with many of those being the result of sexual assault.
Those numbers, along with the number of deaths associated with boating related injuries, is one of the main reasons why the industry continues to be so lucrative.
The boaters are also relatively young.
Boating is often considered a young profession, meaning the number is growing much faster than the age of its boomers.
The boomers have made a lot of money in the last few decades, but their careers are largely tied up with jobs in other industries, such as farming, which has been hit hard by the recession.
The sector is also growing in terms of the number and type of boats.
The number of vessels that have been built in the UK is down, from around 20,000 in 2004 to just over 14,000 today.
The industry is also still young, with the industry only having a few years to grow before it’s ready to be an industry that can support the needs of the economy.
In short, boating in Britain is still very much in the early stages of growth, and there are plenty of other industries that have already been growing at the same time, such in the aerospace industry and pharmaceuticals.
However, the boaters have seen a lot more money come into the economy since the boomers came back in the late 1990s.
According to a recent report by Royal Statistical Society, the total value of British property values increased by over 7 percent in 2015.
In comparison, the value of property that was sold in Britain in 2017 was down by 4.2 percent.
The increase in value is also likely to continue for some time to come.
While it may not be the boom-and-bust cycle that boaters expected, boaters will continue to make their living in a world where they are able to do so.
Boats in the future, while not going to be as popular as they are now, will still have a place in society.
It’s still the safest, most reliable way to travel.
In fact, according to the Bureau of Statistic, boats are now used by over 5.3 million people per year.
That makes the UK one of only three countries in the world where it’s still possible to travel with a boater.
In the U.S., there are no boating restrictions and boaters can travel all over the country.
There are no restrictions on boating on land, which means that boating can be done all over Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, and the United States.
The economy of the UK has also grown over the past few years.
As of June 30, 2019, the British economy was worth around £4.3 billion.
That was up 8.2% from the same period last year.
There’s a lot going on, and a lot to be excited about.
But as the economy continues to expand, it’s going to take time for the boom to truly benefit the industry and people.