The strong dollar, which means European manufacturers can potentially gain a price advantage by importing boats to the U.S. market, will not affect Sea Ray or deter the consumers who want the brand’s boats.
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 takes place Feb. 11-15 on a mile-long stretch of Indian Creek Waterway along Collins Avenue, where it has been held for nearly three decades.
After spending 20-plus years working her way up the corporate ladder at Maryland National Bank, Karen Trostle decided she could start her own marine loan origination company.
No single thing makes the Progressive New England Boat Show, which runs Feb. 13-21 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, stand out from the others. Instead an abundance of details come together and help it do so, says Roe O’Brien, marketing director for Hinckley and Hunt Yachts, which have operations in Rhode Island.
It’s finally here. After months of opposition that organizers never could have anticipated, the Miami International Boat Show is gearing up to take place at its new home — the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin — Feb. 11-15.
Everyone has watched sales of sterndrive-powered boats drop during the past decade, and major builders of such boats have quietly shifted with the market. As of 2015, all had begun branching into other types of power.
North Carolina-based Gunboat International Ltd. will be sold at auction as a single lot to bidders, according to an amended motion filed in bankruptcy court on Tuesday.
Gunboat International, a manufacturer of luxury carbon fiber sailing catamarans, is headed to auction.
Construction of the Progressive Miami International Boat Show is underway and organizers are assuring exhibitors and visitors that it will be ready in time for its Feb. 11 opening.
JRL Ventures, the parent company of Florida-based Marine Concepts, has seen record growth during the past two years. Marine Concepts was founded in the 1970s by industry vet Augusto “Kiko” Villalon, based on his conclusion that there was no design and development company that could develop a marine project from beginning to end.