MarineMax released a new website with a new look and feel that the company said is easier to navigate and provides more resources for boaters.
MarineMax, based in Clearwater, Fla., is the nation’s largest recreational boat retailer and the largest Sea Ray dealer in the world.
MarineMax said it received two American Advertising Awards from the American Advertising Federation of Florida.
MarineMax said today that revenue grew 23 percent to $245 million in its second fiscal 2017 quarter, with same-store sales growing 13 percent in addition to 16 percent growth in the quarter last year.
MarineMax said it will launch several new models from its top brands at the Miami International Boat Show and Yachts Miami Beach, which are set to start Thursday and run through Monday at Virginia Key and along Collins Avenue, respectively.
MarineMax said superyacht industry veteran William Smith is joining the company as vice president of the MarineMax Super Yachts Division.
MarineMax said it turned a $2.6 million profit in the December quarter — a period that typically sees an operating loss for boat dealers — because of strong demand for large yachts.
MarineMax will ring the New York Stock Exchange opening bell on Tuesday in celebration of the 112th annual Progressive New York Boat Show.
MarineMax Vacations said it is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year with a fleet of more than 60 boats, including power catamarans, monohull sailboats and sailing catamarans from their base at Hodges Creek Marina in the British Virgin Islands.
MarineMax said today that it acquired the Hall Marine Group and its six locations in the Carolinas and Georgia, expanding its presence in the Southeast.
The MarineMax Naples Yacht Center in Florida teamed with the Collier County Salvation Army in support of its annual food and toy drive benefiting Toys for Tots.