WASHINGTON — The National Marine Manufacturers Association is asking the marine industry to try to get support for the Sport Fish Restoration & Boating Trust Fund, a $600 million-a-year fund that helps fund fishing around the country.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., received the Conservationist of the Year Award from the Center for Coastal Conservation on Tuesday during the American Boating Congress.
WASHINGTON — The 2014 American Boating Congress opened with a welcome reception cruise along the Potomac River Monday evening as some of the biggest names in boating sipped cocktails and casually discussed marine industry topics ranging from boat shows to Grow Boating initiatives.
WASHINGTON — Many of the marine industry’s most prominent executives gathered this morning for some Schoolhouse Rock.
The 2014 American Boating Congress starts tonight with a welcome-reception boat cruise along the Potomac River before marine industry members meet with members of Congress on Capitol Hill on Tuesday and Wednesday to push boating-friendly legislation.
New York Afloat, a new in-water boat show slated to debut in New York Sept. 10-14 this year, has been postponed until 2015, pending the approval of a no-wake zone along the Hudson River. The National Marine Manufacturers Association, the group that owns the show, pushed the launch date back because it had not received…more
Viking Yachts celebrated its 50th anniversary in April, having spent the last decade of its half-century in operation becoming the No. 1-selling convertible sportfishing yacht builder.
It’s one thing to tell people about the number of jobs the marine industry provides to people in South Florida. It’s another thing entirely to show them.
With all the buzz around aluminum fishing and pontoon boats, one segment that has been overlooked until recently is the saltwater fiberglass fishing boat segment. Though it’s a relatively small part of the overall market, this segment has taken off since late 2011, when Florida’s housing market first began to recover from the 2008 bust.
George Lyle “Skip” Allen Sr., co-founder of Popular Boating magazine, which later became Boating magazine, and founder of Southern Boating magazine, died March 23 in Fort Lauderdale. He was 84.