The company will be investing heavily in product development for Mercury Marine.
Brunswick Corp. announced today that the Billiards division of its business will be realigned to fall under the Life Fitness category.
Premier Marine announced that the company will transfer the production of its Weeres and Palm Beach brands to its headquarters in Wyoming, Minn.
The VanDutch 75, which was recognized by the International Superyacht Society for its design and performance, will be ready this fall.
North Carolina bill would divert beach nourishment funds to pay for dredging an inlet.
A Londoner plans to sail a yacht single-handedly to the Caribbean so he can donate the boat to Sea Scouts there.
Leaders, economists project solid sales growth over the next three years and maybe beyond...more
Heavy show traffic, strong sales forecasts lend credence to the belief the industry is indeed ‘back’...more
Electric propulsion is gaining, but emissions technology has virtually reinvented gasoline and diesel engines...more
You’ve probably heard of the Boating Infrastructure Grant program, affectionately dubbed the “Big P” by those of us who have long cheered the benefits of seeing federal dollars spent to support recreational boating. It does things the industry couldn’t do for itself....more
From the Gulf of Mexico to the Great Lakes, issues including red snapper, Asian carp and dangerous algae blooms are getting major attention. And they very well should because they directly impact boating....more
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Boats have become trapped in ice in the Northeast as record cold weather plagues the region.
Passage would gut the main driver of higher ethanol — corn.
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If the wealth effect was not in full throat in Miami, it certainly was on the rise and spreading, from the Yacht & Brokerage Show along moneyed Collins Avenue to the NMMA venues at the Miami Beach Convention Center and on across the Venetian Causeway. Sure signs were everywhere....more
One month of 2015 is behind us. And what of the New Year’s resolutions you made? You’ve probably forgotten most of them by now, but maybe you’re still working on one or two....more
“Do things the way you’ve always done them and expect nothing more than the same results.”...more
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Strong Friday and Sunday turnouts help offset Saturday storm, producing sales for Providence exhibitors
Connecticut trade group launches a 3-year makeover plan to freshen up the 46-year-old production
Given the mid-January run it has long sought, the New York show chalks up a double-digit jump in turnout
Despite losing a day to the Super Bowl, the big boat show drew more than 50,000, many of them buyers
Pontoons, also known as “party barges,” have been hot in the U.S. boat market for the last few years. We recently did a study of Boat Trader site visitors, counting every time they viewed a page with a pontoon model on it.