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Raves for Yacht & Brokerage

Resurgent sales and dockside soirees were the hallmarks of Miami Beach’s boat show with a nightlife The largest-ever Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach featured more than 500 new and used boats valued at more than $1 billion this year, with the in-water count up 16 percent from 2012, according to Show Management, producers…more

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New England Show digs its way out

Traffic picks up after a snowy first weekend; exhibitors say sales and leads beat expectations The Progressive Insurance New England Boat Show garnered rave reviews on the venue — the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center — solid reviews on the crowds and lousy reviews on the weather. Despite snowstorms that struck during the first weekend,…more

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A marine landing on Capitol Hill

Industry mobilizing a legion of ‘lobbyists’ to address ethanol, other issues at May 8-9 American Boating Congress The May 8-9 American Boating Congress is shaping up to be the biggest ever, with 30 co-hosts signed on by early March — more than double last year’s number. The push for marine industry stakeholders to converge on…more

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Catalyzed outboards?

If EPA mandates the technology, the cost could far outweigh the benefits, industry leaders warn With the long and arduous process of catalyzing sterndrive engines in the rearview mirror, catalyzed outboards may be next. Mercury Marine is testing catalytic converters for small and large outboards for the California Air Resources Board, or CARB, where many…more

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Best Miami show in many years

Exhibitors point to hefty increases in sales; Brunswick says its brands enjoyed ‘phenomenal’ success Attendance at the Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show and Strictly Sail was up only slightly, but several exhibitors say they had double-digit improvement in sales from last year’s Miami show. “Our sales were up almost double from last year,” says…more

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It’s green, but does it work?

Selling skeptical consumers on the tangible benefits of eco-friendly products is a challenge As Greenpeace says, “green is the new black.” But that concept might be taking a back seat to a growing mistrust of environmentally friendly claims and a perception that green products are less effective than their traditional — and cheaper — counterparts.…more

House bill would block sales of E15

U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., introduced a bill this week that would block the use of gasoline blended with 15 percent ethanol until its harmful effects are further investigated. H.R. 875 would repeal the Environmental Protection Agency’s waiver approving the sale of E15 until the agency seeks an independent scientific analysis from the National Academy…more

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E15 under fire on two fronts

One coalition takes its case to Congress while another considers undertaking a Supreme Court challenge to the EPA decision A coalition of organizations seeking to reform or repeal the Renewable Fuel Standard, which mandates the use of biofuels such as ethanol, is shopping legislation to Capitol Hill. At the same time, a separate coalition is…more

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A brighter mood in the Florida sun

Optimism in the industry, Miami’s reputation as a new-boat showcase lend energy as the show nears This year’s Miami International Boat Show comes at one of the more optimistic times in the boating business since the economy turned sour in 2008. The industry is buzzing about the prospects for the Feb. 14-18 show, one of…more

A consumer boat show’s B2B side

While exhibitors work the consumer crowd, they’re being pitched themselves by other businesses Business to business might not be at the forefront of company mindsets during consumer boat shows, but it doesn’t mean business relationships aren’t ripe for the taking. Even though the fall and winter shows are geared toward consumer spending, there is no…more

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