President Obama signed bipartisan legislation this week acknowledging that recreational boating is a significant contributor to the nation’s economy, according to BoatUS, which said it will work to implement the law.
The Gulf region red snapper recreational fishing season came to a close one minute after midnight today after being open for just nine days.
An analysis firm is raising its guidance of MarineMax after holding “bullish” management meetings with CEO Bill McGill and chief financial officer Mike McLamb that indicated an increase in retail lending and higher-than-expected margins would contribute positively to the company’s bottom line.
The Marine Industries Association of South Florida is hosting a panel discussion Wednesday on the industry’s economic impact and educational opportunities, followed by the launch of a scholarship program, at Nova Southeastern Oceanographic Center in Dania Beach.
President Obama is expected to sign the $12.3 billion Water Resources Reform and Development Act, the first water bill in seven years and what some say will be the last big legislative accomplishment of the 113th Congress.
Marine maintenance management company Vessel Vanguard and Formula Boats signed a 5-year subscription agreement, a move that expanded the company’s client base beyond the yachts it typically serves.
The recreational fishing and boating community is expressing collective disappointment after a saltwater fishing bill in the U.S. House of Representatives failed to address the community’s top priorities.
An independent naval architect reported that a 90-foot vessel that overturned during its launch, and subsequently went viral on video, was stable.
New Brunswick Corp. president Mark Schwabero thinks people will be impressed by the new sterndrive engines Mercury Marine plans to introduce soon.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Fish on!