For a second year, Cartagena, Colombia, will be the site of an international boat show.

Cartagena show opens Saturday with U.S. pavilion

CARTAGENA, Colombia — The second annual Cartagena International Boat Show kicks off on Saturday and runs through Monday, and it includes the show’s first U.S. pavilion, which will have 16 companies. “We’re reaching out to try to expand into some international markets,” Keith Ammons, of Regulator, told Trade Only Today. “The initial research we’ve done…more

Info-Link report details rebound in ski-boat market

The runabout category has struggled to bounce back post-recession, but the ski and high-performance market has performed well for the last couple of years. That’s according to Jack Ellis of Florida-based Info-Link, who says the segment has exceeded growth in 2003 in several markets. “Ski boats used to be about a 12,000-unit market at one…more

Sea Hawk Paints maker indicted over TBT use

Federal prosecutors charged a Florida paint and coatings manufacturer with conspiring to unlawfully produce and continue sales of a bottom paint containing the pesticide tributyltin methacrylate, or TBT, and falsely representing to customers and distributors that it was in compliance with federal law.

Colombian show will feature U.S. pavilion

The second annual Cartagena International Boat Show will take place Saturday through Monday in Colombia and will feature a United States pavilion this year for the first time.

Magnuson-Stevens reauthorization could cover recreational anglers

In a time when Congress has a hard time passing laws that everyone agrees on, it seemed unlikely in late 2013 that a reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act would include changes that would allow the law to approach the management of recreational fishing in a way that was different from commercial…more

Red snapper management hearing tonight in Alabama

A series of hearings regarding red snapper management in the Gulf region will take place throughout the month, with the first one set for this evening in Orange Beach, Ala., and the final one March 24 in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Brunswick CEO charts the company’s future course

Despite being off on estimates that Brunswick’s boat business would begin earning money in 2013, the company projects that the segment will go from losing money to being in the black in 2014, with CEO Dustan E. McCoy predicting operating margins between 4 and 6 percent this year.

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