The Marine Industries Association of South Florida released the latest episode of “Salty Jobs,” a video series that showcases marine industry career opportunities in South Florida.
As the recreational boating industry strives to grow, the role boatyards play continues to become more significant. Owners who use their boats frequently require service that is quick and complete, even as the vessels themselves grow more complex in terms of their engines and electronics. Boatyards are starting up or expanding in an effort to meet this challenge.
Brewer Yacht Yards and Marinas is joining the Safe Harbor Marinas family, creating the largest U.S. operator and owner of marinas with 63 properties across 17 states.
Marine Travelift said it recently delivered a 50-metric ton mobile boat hoist to Snead Island Boat Works in Palmetto, Fla.
CRN said it recently relocated a new 259-foot megayacht that will become the second-largest yacht the Ancona, Italy, shipyard has built.
East Coast Yacht Sales said it opened a brokerage office at the Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine.
Marine Travelift said it delivered a customized mobile boat hoist to the Newport (R.I.) Shipyard.
Marine Travelift said it delivered a new 820 C mobile boat hoist to J. Goodison Co. at its new Quonset Point facility in Rhode Island.
Shipbuilder Metal Shark said an expansion project is underway at its waterfront shipbuilding complex in Franklin, La.
Saunders Yachtworks added long-term dry storage to its marine-related services.
Wilmington, N.C.-based Bennett Brothers Yachts is celebrating 30 years with an open house on Nov. 12.