Analyst says May boat sales aren’t that bad

Wells Fargo analysts think investors have become overly focused on the fact that May U.S. boat sales were down without considering several underlying nuances “skewing May data.”

VIDEO: Beneteau Group expands its reach with deal

The Beneteau Group’s acquisition of Rec Boat Holdings — parent company of Four Winns, Glastron, Wellcraft and Scarab — will help the 130-year-old company further penetrate the North American powerboat market.

Analyst says Malibu Boats is poised for growth

Despite some early incremental share losses this year, Malibu Boats expects to realize modest share gains in 2014 overall that are driven by an accelerated pace of innovation and distribution enhancement.

Disney World visitors can rent Sun Tracker pontoon boats to carry them to prime viewing spots for the nightly fireworks.

Mouse bait

Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation president Frank Peterson wants to expand the Take Me Fishing campaign’s reach beyond the people currently boating and fishing. He wants to reach people who are into outdoor experiences and turn them into boaters and anglers.

A House saltwater fishing reform bill ignores key provisions of the industry-backed Morris/Deal "Vision for Managing America's Saltwater Recreational Fisheries."

Sport anglers turn to Senate

The recreational fishing and boating community is expressing collective disappointment after a saltwater fishing bill in the U.S. House of Representatives failed to address the community’s top priorities.

Greenline will offer Vessel Vanguard subscriptions with three of its yachts.

For the owner who’s hands-off

There was a time not long ago when a technician would lumber down to the yard with tools and overalls to figure out what a boat needed and fix it. Today the hand tools largely have been replaced by laptops, and the service tech has an evolving job — one that requires knowledge of technology…more

Colombia's boating potential is great, but the marine infrastructure hasn't kept pace with overall economic growth.

Colombia targets a first-class marina

The Colombian government is soliciting proposals from companies worldwide for construction of a marina that officials hope will include such amenities as a shipyard and shopping mall. It’s the first step in the government’s push to increase the country’s marine industry infrastructure as it rapidly gets eclipsed by growing demand.

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