MIAMI — Riviera Yachts introduced two new vessels at the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach and CEO Wes Moxey said the Australian company added 30 employees as business has strengthened.
MIAMI — The integration of propulsion and navigation technologies took another major step forward as Mercury announced at the Miami International Boat Show its partnership with Simrad to bring “glass dash” systems to market.
MIAMI — Sea Ray launched a fleet of luxury motoryachts Friday at the Yacht & Brokerage Show with the introduction of the L650 Fly, a two-bridge vessel powered with twin Caterpillar diesels mated to a joystick system by Glendinning.
MIAMI — Boat and engine companies packed opening day of the Miami International Boat Show with press conferences announcing new products. I ended up covering the introduction of five boats in five hours — models from Regulator, Boston Whaler, Contender, Chris-Craft and Scout.
MIAMI — Today is opening day of the Miami International Boat Show and the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach, but on Wednesday I had a chance to check out new products from Yamaha, Raymarine and Bayliner.
DUCK KEY, Fla. — Navico aims to become an $800 million company as it continues to grow and improve a slew of marine electronics across three brands for both recreational and professional uses, executives of the company said Wednesday at a product presentation event for the media in the Florida Keys.
Navico opened a two-day event Tuesday night in the Florida Keys that will give marine journalists a chance to learn about and test its new products and technologies under the Simrad, Lowrance and B&G brands.
An upstart Canadian builder of small powerboats and rowboats has doubled its dealer network in less than two years and plans to launch a 23-foot runabout this spring. The Rossiter 23 Classic Day Boat likely will debut at the Palm Beach International Boat Show (March 20-23), says Rossiter Boats Inc. owner Scott Hanson. “My customers…more
About 120 Chris-Craft dealers and owners this weekend got a chance to peruse the Sarasota Fla., builder’s 2014 lineup with a private in-water showing and sea trials.
A modified Marine Industry Dealership Certification program costs less, will be accessible to more dealers and holds more value for those who enroll: That’s the message the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas is spreading, heading into 2014.