The marine industry was built on a foundation of mom-and-pop shops nurtured by the same families over generations.
The inaugural International Cruising Boat Expo, a show dedicated to cruising under power or sail, drew serious buyers to the small riverfront town of Essex, Conn., during the first week of June.
Whether it’s frugality in a new economy or a societal sea change about valuing experiences more than possessions, rentals and fractional ownership start-ups have clearly gained traction in the industry.
Time-strapped marina executives have lots of software choices to help them manage their operations. Staying compliant with ever-expanding environmental regulations is a whole different challenge.
ESSEX, Conn. — A boat show dedicated to cruising under power or sail got off to a good start in its debut this week, with exhibitors saying it has strong long-term potential.
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.