A collapsed deal that would have assigned ownership of the historic Miami Marine Stadium to a non-profit group won’t affect plans for the Miami International Boat Show to take place there in 2016 and 2017.
A man in his early 40s — we’ll call him Matt — sat down at his computer to figure out how to spend some quality time with his wife, Christy, and son Chase. He’d been working late a lot and wanted some good bonding time during the weekend.
Steve Potts doesn’t reflect a lot on the history of Scout Boats, but the Mount Pleasant, S.C., builder’s 25th anniversary this year prompted him to take a look back at what has led to Scout’s double-digit post-recession annual growth. The South Carolina native and father of three says he has always taken a conservative approach…more
New-boat sales are tracking to be up about 10 percent this year from 2013, with about 95 percent of the sales that will commence in 2014 having already been made.
The Miami International Boat Show’s new location could mean an expansion of the show’s footprint in 2017, as well as a large in-water component of the show at Miami Marine Stadium.
Organizers of the Miami International Boat Show say bringing the show to the historic Miami Marine Stadium in 2016 and 2017 is a “win-win.”
Marine retailer West Marine will close 10 stores in Canada during the next few years, ending its presence in the country.
Boat show producer and marine magazine publisher Duncan McIntosh Co. bought the Fred Hall Shows, which cater to boating, fishing, hunting, and traveling clienteles with shows in two Southern California locations.
A judgment between Nautique and Malibu Boats over a patent infringement case could occur as early as December and a trial remains scheduled for February.
Orders and deposits for MarineMax at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show were up double digits on top of “good growth last year.”