Attendance at the Progressive New England Boat Show fell drastically because of frigid February weather and several feet of snow, but many exhibitors say the people who did show up were buying boats.
Maverick Boat Co., celebrating 30 years in the business, is breaking sales records with its four brands — Maverick, Hewes, Pathfinder and Cobia powerboats.
Training — it’s a word that can excite or illicit groans, depending on a person’s perspective.
Grow Boating Inc. has transferred ownership of the Marine Industry Certified Dealership Program to the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas.
The marine industry offered widespread support for a plan under which the Gulf states would manage their red snapper populations 200 miles offshore, as opposed to the federal management that the species has faced to this point.
The Marine Retailers Association of the Americas tapped Washington, D.C., veteran Will Higgins to lobby for the group on Capitol Hill.
Sea Ray Boats is denying allegations that it infringed on a Cobalt Boats patent with its submersible swim step.
The marine industry’s behemoth floorplan lender increased several credit lines in the last year or two as boat sales continue their steady, albeit slow ascent and confidence rises among consumers and dealers.
A lawsuit filed over plans to hold the Miami International Boat Show at Miami Marine Stadium in 2016 is being resolved and is in mediation.
In a sweeping show of solidarity among saltwater fishing stakeholders, the Recreational Fishing Alliance is endorsing a vision for managing saltwater fisheries to give recreational anglers a voice.