Spanish shipyard BD Yachts unveiled the BD56, a new crossover yacht in a hybrid version.
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.
Mamaroneck, N.Y.-based Derecktor Shipyards announced its next project using hybrid technology.
Folk music icons Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger are having a reunion of a nautical nature.
Sea Fox Boats named the Yarmouth Boat Yard in Maine as its newest authorized dealer.
Service coordination and boat management platform MyTaskit is reporting “significant gains” in revenue and market share for 2015.
Lauderdale Marine Center said the construction of boatyard enhancements is scheduled to begin and that it named a new president, controller and operations director.
Burgess Marine is fully operational at STP in Palma, Spain.
On Nov. 15, Joe Harris boarded Gryphon Solo 2, an Akilaria RC2 Class 40, and left Newport, R.I., in an attempt to break the singlehanded non-stop around-the-world record on a 40-foot boat.
Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine, is partnering with Brødrene Aa in Hyen, Norway, to market, sell and build carbon-fiber ferries throughout the United States under the new company name Arcadia Alliance.
Trinity Yachts’ New Orleans shipyard is for sale, as well as the Trinity Yachts name, brand and all of the designs and engineering to date.