A Mercury Marine media invitation to New York to ride on a bunch of fantastic boats in the middle of a blazing hot Northeastern summer? The seductive premise of such an inquiry is inviting on its own, and one only assumes that some amount of press conferences will be involved to unveil a new product.
The International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference is returning to its new permanent home in Tampa, Fla., Oct. 4-6, where conferees will have the opportunity to literally test-drive technology.
Bigger, pricier boats are where it’s at as the boating industry shows resilience to certain market weaknesses that are affecting sales of other luxury recreational goods.
An environmental group threatened to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to review emissions standards put into place in 2001 — a move that has the EPA asking boatbuilders questions that could prompt further regulation in the boatbuilding industry.
As the new COO of Iconic Marine Group, Joe Curran has his work cut out for him.
Blake Michaleski of J&M Tackle and American Marine Brokerage is heading to Denham Springs, La., today — the center of Louisiana’s worst flooding during the weekend.
Correct Craft president and CEO Bill Yeargin spoke at a White House meeting of a dire need for improved infrastructure in the United States and the importance of free trade.
NEW YORK — Mercury Marine will continue to hold events like the one here on Monday to help spread the word to the public that issues like docking and engine trimming — traditionally seen as barriers that prevented boat novices from taking up the recreation — have been virtually eliminated with the advent of new…more
NEW YORK — For the first time ever, Mercury Marine held a media event focused on presenting its engines and boat-control technologies to journalists outside of the marine industry.
Weakness seen in other in leisure vehicle industries has not affected the marine industry, according to Brunswick CEO Mark Schwabero.