U.S. Rep. Tom MacArthur (R-N.J.) recently introduced the Striped Bass American Heritage Act, which would designate the iconic species as the country’s national fish.
PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — Hunt Yachts introduced its new 32-foot center console to the marine press on Wednesday — two days after Hull No. 1’s new owner christened it.
BoatUS said Tuesday that it is under new ownership.
ESSEX, Conn. — A small sampling of opinion from brokers exhibiting at the Essex Spring Boat Show revealed confidence and optimism about the way the year will play out.
An unusual scene near the corner of Indiana Avenue and Lake Michigan Drive in Grand Rapids, Mich., has police asking the public to help them figure out what happened.
Hands-On Skills Training by Discover Boating, which made its Palm Beach International Boat Show debut this year, is a program born during the recent recession that is evolving into an effective post-downturn sales tool.
He was an entrepreneur armed with perfect timing, a relentless work ethic and a good Samaritan spirit, who created a new industry: professional non-emergency marine assistance.
An estimated 200 job seekers attended the 10th annual Marine & Composites Industry Career Day in Newport, R.I., a turnout that bodes well for an industry finally on the mend and, in many cases, starved for focused, motivated workers who can grow with a company.
Marine industry companies commonly complain that there aren’t enough qualified candidates for the jobs they are trying to fill. Technology’s rapid and constant evolution is exacerbating the problem, and the dark days of what we now call the Great Recession have done more to drain the talent pool than fill it.
NEWPORT, R.I. — Two Rhode Island marine trades groups held their 10th annual Marine & Composites Industry Career Day on Saturday amid steadily improving news about business and employment.