A jury ordered Malibu Boats to pay Marine Power Holding LLC more than $3.1 million following a breach-of-contract dispute filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
NEWPORT, R.I. — Azimut Yachts entered a new segment of the boating market with the 40 Verve, which made its world debut at the Newport International Boat Show.
Yachts Miami Beach will return to Collins Avenue Feb. 16-20 with a completely revamped layout, several entrances in conjunction with a first-time entrance fee and beefed-up transportation to get attendees to and from the show. Attendance, formerly free, now will cost $20.
As the National Marine Manufacturers Association’s senior vice president of government relations, John McKnight has been a mediator between the boating industry and federal regulators for 22 years.
The Progressive Miami International Boat Show is buying additional docks to expand its in-water presence in 2017, as well as beefing up public transportation to and from the show site in an effort to ease long lines. The event is scheduled for Feb. 16-20 at the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin.
The Marine Equipment Trade Show, now known as METS Trade, is scheduled Nov. 15-17 in expanded exhibition space at RAI Amsterdam — a venue one CEO calls his company’s “number one place to find new products.”
Build a moving platform that opens into a yacht balcony? Strip a part off another piece to rush to a customer so the customer won’t spend a vacation day without the boat? Customize a NorSap rotation plate and get it to Dubai the following day? Even if it’s something Imtra Corp. has never done, the…more
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.