MIAMI — The National Marine Electronics Association and the American Boat and Yacht Council are partnering for a joint training venture.
MIAMI — Brunswick Corp. announced that Mark Schwabero will take over as chairman and CEO of the company, succeeding Dustan E. McCoy, who led Brunswick through the industry’s most challenging economic times and announced his pending retirement in 2014.
MIAMI — The Beneteau Group is reorganizing its North American operations in a push to compete “at the next level” and will start grouping brands among various dealers.
MIAMI — Active Interest Media scooped up nine Boating Writers International awards among three publications — Anglers Journal, Soundings Trade Only and Yachts International.
MIAMI — The 75th Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show opened this morning at its brand-new venue — the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin — with National Marine Manufacturers Association president Thom Dammrich assuring the industry that the site will be the show’s permanent home.
MIAMI — FLIR Systems unveiled the Ocean Scout TK, its newest thermal vision monocular, which is retailing for a fraction of the price of its predecessors, on Wednesday night before today’s opening of the Miami International Boat Show.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Carver and Marquis Yachts opened Yachts Miami Beach, formerly known as the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach, on Wednesday night on Collins Avenue with the formal launch of the new Carver C50 Command Bridge.
MIAMI — The woman who spearheaded the Miami International Boat Show’s grueling move from its home at the Miami-Dade Convention Center to the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin is retiring.
After months of opposition that organizers never could have anticipated, the Progressive Miami International Boat Show is gearing up to take place at its new home — the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin — from Thursday through Monday.
The 2016 edition of Yachts Miami Beach — formerly the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach — will be the largest in its 28-year history. The show opens Thursday and will continue through Monday on a mile-long stretch of Indian Creek Waterway along Collins Avenue, where it has been held for nearly three decades.