Regal Boats reports record sales at Miami show

Regal Boats said it sold a record number of boats at the 2015 Miami International Boat Show, reaching new highs in unit and volume sales. This was the 40th year that the Orlando, Fla., builder has attended the show.


Maverick Boat reports record sales in Miami

  The Maverick Boat Co. sold a record number of boats at this year’s Miami International Boat Show, marking its 30th anniversary with new highs in units and dollars, according to the Fort Pierce, Fla., company, which owns the Maverick, Hewes, Pathfinder and Cobia brands.

Scout Boats president Steve Potts stands in front of the Scout 420 LXF center console.

MIAMI 2015: New-boat intros overwhelm the eyes

MIAMI — Boat companies bombarded the media and early show-goers on the first day of the Miami International Boat Show with introductions of new outboard-powered boats ranging from a $20,000 17-foot runabout to a $1.2 million 52-foot, 11-inch center console. That’s right. The center console has now surpassed the 50-foot mark.

Yamaha last year ramped up its outboard offerings for the freshwater market, producing four high-output 4-strokes, including this 175-hp engine.

Propulsion preview

The drive to make boating easier has kicked into high gear in the industry’s propulsion segment since our last detailed propulsion report (in the June 2014 issue).

Journalists got a chance Tuesday to test Navico products at a press event in the Florida Keys, including B&G electronics for sailboats. These large multifunction displays were mounted on a 55-foot Oceanis sailboat from Beneteau.

Navico offers look at new product line

DUCK KEY, Fla. — Navico will wrap up a two-day media event today in the Florida Keys where more than 30 journalists got a chance to see firsthand the electronics company’s recently introduced products — and a sneak peek at new devices and technology that will be released later this year.

BoatUS president Margaret Podlich (center) received the 2014 Darlene Briggs Woman of the Year Award. She is flanked by former winner Marcia Kull (left), who is vice president of sales at Volvo Penta and Boating Industry magazine national sales director Kathy Johnson.

It goes beyond ‘a nicer galley’

The recipient of the 2014 Darlene Briggs Woman of the Year Award was energetic and thoughtful as she reflected on the state of women’s involvement in the recreation of boating and in the boating business.

Already applying what they learned

Marine dealers say richer educational content (and more of it), useful seminars and engaging keynote speakers added up to make the 2014 Marine Dealer Conference & Expo a highly valuable event that will help their businesses.

Keynote speaker Chester Elton is considered an expert in the field of company culture and employee engagement.

Energizing the dealer corps

When the Marine Dealer Conference & Expo ended in November after four days of seminars, speakers and networking, it was just the beginning for the organization that co-manages the event, the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas.

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