Joe Curran is a West Side of Chicago kind of guy. He says this is the background that will give him the stamina and guts necessary for Iconic Marine Group — the company that quietly purchased all four brands of Baja Marine LLC in May — to bring the iconic brands back to their glory.
NEWPORT, R.I. — The Newport International Boat Show opened Thursday during a well-attended VIP day that took place on a breezy, yet warm late summer day and with enthusiastic crowds.
NEWPORT, R.I. — Bertram Yachts debuted its first boat under new ownership, the new Bertram 35, at the Newport International Boat Show on Thursday.
Capt. Richard Thiel, editor-at-large of Power & Motoryacht magazine, died Tuesday in Branford, Conn., due to complications from a stroke. He was 71.
The U.S. International Trade Commission denied a request by Garmin — which Garmin had sought until a federal judge could hear the company’s appeal — that would have allowed Garmin to continue importing technology the commission found to infringe on a competitor’s patent until arguments were heard.
Bayliner Boats will offer PCM engines, as well as Mercury V-Drives, on Heyday Inboard boats, recently acquired from the father-son team of John and Ben Dorton.
Bayliner Boats added Heyday Inboard’s wakesurfing boat models, WT-1 and WT2, to its portfolio.
Chaparral Boats will be the first to offer Malibu Boat’s wake-surf technology on sterndrive boats when it debuts optional surf packages on five of its models Sept. 8 at Surf Expo in Orlando, Fla., in what it is calling its Surf Series.
A patent infringement dispute that Navico Holdings initiated against Garmin’s DownVü scanning sonar products continues to unfold, with the International Trade Commission issuing a limited exclusion order last week modifying the 2015 ruling blocking the sale of the Garmin sonar devices.
A newly expanded regulation will result in government oversight of workers using toxic chemicals by two agencies instead of just one.