MIAMI — The marine industry has an American story to tell, NMMA president Thom Dammrich said at the State of the Industry breakfast Thursday on opening day of the Miami International Boat Show.
MIAMI — So how’s the marine industry doing?
FORT LAUDERDALE — Businesses must create a “special sauce” that sets them apart from competitors to survive the tumultuous pace of change during the next 10 years, Correct Craft president and CEO Bill Yeargin said in Friday’s opening presentation at the International Marina & Boatyard Conference.
FORT LAUDERDALE — Roxanne Rockvam of the family-owned Rockvam Boat Yards on Lake Minnetonka, Minn., won the International Marina & Boatyard Conference’s first best ideas contest on Thursday.
FORT LAUDERDALE — Dog River Marina & Boatworks, of Mobile, Ala., was named ValvTect Marina of the Year Wednesday night at a dinner in Fort Lauderdale.
Best-selling author and motivational speaker Steve Donahue opened the 12th annual International Marina & Boatyard Conference in Fort Lauderdale today by urging conferees to change their story if they want to change their business.
The International Marina & Boatyard Conference opens today at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center with a day-long small-craft harbor design conference, a field trip to marinas and boatyards and an evening reception.
The first-phase findings of a study to identify “key levers” for translating participation in boating into passionate engagement with the sport and eventually boat ownership have been released to sharpen the focus of efforts to reverse a decline in ownership.
This year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show was the biggest in the 54-year history of the event, the top show executive told participants in a media breakfast.
Ted Hood was a passionate sailor who won the America’s Cup on Courageous in 1974 and parlayed his love of the sport into a 64-year career as a sailmaker, boatbuilder, boat and rigging designer, spar maker and innovator.