Joan Maxwell seems to do it all. She and her husband, Owen, have spent 27 years building Regulator Marine in Edenton, N.C., thriving through some of the industry’s toughest times.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s latest ethanol fuel proposal has angered both supporters and critics of biofuel blends and prompted a new marine industry call for Congress to take decisive action on Renewable Fuel Standard reform.
“Let’s face it,” says Jack Ellis, managing director at Info-Link Technologies Inc., “owning a boat is not a rational decision.”
A new model called the Wake Tractor is part of a brand-new company making boats that will be geared to millennials.
The Florida Yacht Brokers Association hired a law firm to help change a more than century-old federal law that the group says is costing them billions in lost sales.
The Sail America Industry Conference is focusing on marketing this year with all new speakers to address the constantly changing digital environment.
Scout Boats introduced its flagship 420 LXF last week via social media and the company says the introduction was a huge success.
More than 50 supporters of the Miami International Boat Show attended a meeting Tuesday of Miami and Key Biscayne officials and organizers of the Miami International Boat Show as stakeholders tried to come to an agreement about moving the show to the Miami Marine Stadium Marine Park and Basin.
Robalo Boats introduced its R160 on Tuesday in a 6-minute Facebook video, a first for the company.
A new online advocacy system is being rolled out to enable recreational saltwater anglers to easily call, write, email or tweet their federal officials quickly and easily to advocate on behalf of the industry.