Groups are optimistic Congress will act on ethanol

Groups opposed to increasing ethanol in the U.S. fuel supply said they were optimistic that Congress — though plagued by a track record that is poised to make it the least productive in history — will act on the issue.

EPA hearing on ethanol set for Thursday

The Environmental Protection Agency is holding a hearing Thursday to receive testimony on a proposal that would lower the required amount of ethanol in the fuel supply for the first time ever.

40 or younger and flush with ideas

The so-called graying of the industry has been a hot topic lately. Discussions have ranged from how to attract younger people to boating to ways to integrate youthful ideas with the wisdom that only decades of experience can impart.

Q&A with Benetau America president Laurent Fabre

Laurent Fabre became president of Beneteau America a little more than a year ago. The 46-year-old native of France’s Brittany region grew up near the water and learned to sail before he began riding a bike. It had been his lifelong dream to work in the boating industry in the United States. Given his success…more

IMBC beefs up marina design offerings

The marina industry is undergoing a transformation, brought on by the economic downturn, increasing weather challenges and a greater emphasis on environmentally sound practices.

Marrying data to mobile delivery

Cam Collins and Kevin Hutchinson say they’re not reinventing the wheel. They say My-Villages Inc.’s acquisition of Exuma Technologies and its DockMaster software will simply bring the same level of connectivity experienced in other industries to the marine environment.

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