Providence show sees bigger crowds

In the first year of the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association’s ownership of the Providence Boat Show, the group tried to step up the show’s interactive content with the addition of sailboats, seminars and demonstrations.

Massachusetts trade group marks 50th anniversary

BROCKTON, MASS. — The Massachusetts marine industry was born 60 years ago in a building that no longer stands — Mechanic’s Hall on Huntington Avenue in Boston, where the Prudential Center now stands.

Brunswick plans rollout of new models

Brunswick Corp. anticipates flat revenue growth for the first quarter of 2014, but says that will be inconsistent with subsequent quarters as the boat group continues to curtail the production and sales of existing large fiberglass boat models and transitions to the production of several new models of large fiberglass boats.

MarineMax sees ‘very good market’ in New Jersey

MarineMax had near-record sales in its December quarter and strong sales growth in New Jersey during MarineMax’s first quarter of the fiscal year could be a sign that the Northeast is recovering from Hurricane Sandy.

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Growing sales are topic at Marine Retail University

BROCKTON, Mass. — The Northeast region of the United States mirrors the nation overall in regard to boat segments leading the industry’s recovery, with growth seen in pontoons, aluminum boats and most notably, saltwater fishing boats.

Miami Boat Show

Billion-dollar selling venue

Many call it a “selling show.” Whether it’s the timing or the after-hours parties on lit-up yachts along Collins Avenue or the sultry February air, the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach is one builders count on to close deals.

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