Organizers expect a record number of marine industry professionals — more than 7,000 — to attend the Oct. 4-6 International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference this year in Tampa, Fla.
A patent infringement case between electronics manufacturers Garmin and Navico continued to play out in September as the U.S. International Trade Commission issued two strongly worded public opinions making it clear that it was ruling in favor of Navico.
It’s known as the boat show where people come to buy — and as such, the 57th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is stepping up its sophistication factor this year to accommodate the droves of people who come not just to browse, but also to close on a new boat.
Joe Curran is a West Side of Chicago kind of guy. He says this is the background that will give him the stamina and guts necessary for Iconic Marine Group — the company that quietly purchased all four brands of Baja Marine LLC in May — to bring the iconic brands back to their glory.
NEWPORT, R.I. — The Newport International Boat Show opened Thursday during a well-attended VIP day that took place on a breezy, yet warm late summer day and with enthusiastic crowds.
NEWPORT, R.I. — Bertram Yachts debuted its first boat under new ownership, the new Bertram 35, at the Newport International Boat Show on Thursday.
Capt. Richard Thiel, editor-at-large of Power & Motoryacht magazine, died Tuesday in Branford, Conn., due to complications from a stroke. He was 71.
The U.S. International Trade Commission denied a request by Garmin — which Garmin had sought until a federal judge could hear the company’s appeal — that would have allowed Garmin to continue importing technology the commission found to infringe on a competitor’s patent until arguments were heard.
Bayliner Boats will offer PCM engines, as well as Mercury V-Drives, on Heyday Inboard boats, recently acquired from the father-son team of John and Ben Dorton.
Bayliner Boats added Heyday Inboard’s wakesurfing boat models, WT-1 and WT2, to its portfolio.