MIAMI — FLIR Systems announced its new products during a press event on the eve of the Miami International Boat Show, as well as its new logo and tagline, “Simply superior.”
The Miami International Boat Show and Yachts Miami Beach will open Thursday and continue through Monday at three locations, and both of the separately owned and operated shows will feature several new-boat debuts.
The Marine Retailers Association of the Americas is listening to dealers who increasingly express concern about a workforce shortage.
Experts are urging U.S. manufacturers to start anticipating potential changes in import and export tariffs and also begin thinking about potential retaliatory taxes that are expected to follow any addition of U.S. tariffs.
NEW YORK — The New York Boat Show might not be as large as it was during its heyday, but the crowds were steady and buyers were plentiful as the oldest North American boat show entered its 112th year.
NEW YORK — The mood at the New York Boat Show was positive, but some exhibitors expressed a bit of trepidation about President Trump’s intention to impose border taxes.
New Yorkers got a glimpse of major trends in the marine industry on Tuesday on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Yachts Miami Beach is coming to Collins Avenue Feb. 16-20 with a totally refreshed layout, several entrances (in conjunction with a first-time admission fee of $20) and a transportation upgrade designed to get attendees not only to and from the show, but also around the exhibit areas.
Glenn Hughes, a veteran boating and fishing journalist, now heads industry relations for the American Sportfishing Association. The ASA has worked to unite the industry and advocate for fishing during the past 80 years.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association is touting the marine industry’s 2016 gains, emphasizing that it is one of the “few American-made industries.”