Hatteras debuting new yachts and Fort Lauderdale center

Two years out from its purchase by private equity firm Versa Capital Management, Hatteras Yachts is investing not only in products, but also in its creative department and — perhaps most important — finding opportunities to let customers experience the brand.

Boatbuilder responds to Gunboat International lawsuit

Taiwan-based Hudson Yachts and Marine Industries Inc. is “vehemently” denying allegations in a lawsuit filed in Rhode Island’s U.S. District Court by Gunboat International alleging that HYM produced subpar Gunboat models, refused to perform warranty work on them and then launched a competing “knockoff” brand.

Gunboat International sues Chinese boatyard

Gunboat International, a North Carolina builder of luxury carbon fiber sailing catamarans, is suing a yard in China that it had contracted to build its largest models, saying some work was never done and that the yard refused to pay warranty claims on other poorly constructed yachts it had built — allegedly costing the company…more


VIDEO: FLIBS will feature its largest boat ever

The 56th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which takes place Nov. 5-9 in seven locations in Fort Lauderdale, will showcase the largest boat that has ever been displayed at the five-day event.

Miami show protest attracts small turnout

An environmental protest to oppose the Miami International Boat Show — which organizers said would draw thousands of people to Virginia Key — wound up with only a few dozen people showing up to wave banners.

Seakeeper set to offer gyros on smaller boats

Marine stabilization company Seakeeper, which debuted its first DC-powered gyro engineered for boats of 30 to 40 feet, is going to roll out the technology for boats as small as 25 feet by 2017.

Nautic Global Group seeks new ownership

Rumors about whether Indiana-based Nautic Global Group and its eight boat brands are being sold are being put to rest as the company, once again with Jim Malone at the helm, issued a call for bidders.


How student loans crimp boat sales

Thom Dammrich says there’s a simple solution to the boating industry’s problems — forgive, or at least lower, the interest on student debt. The National Marine Manufacturers Association president says a crisis in homeownership is hurting the U.S. marine industry, but he maintains the situation could be eased if the burden of student debt weren’t…more

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