The board of directors at MarineMax approved a new plan that authorizes the company to repurchase as many as 1.25 million shares of its common stock during the period from today through Sunday.
MarineMax, based in Clearwater, Fla., is the nation’s largest recreational boat retailer and the largest Sea Ray dealer in the world.
MarineMax Fort Myers is hosting an invitation-only fundraising event to benefit the Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida on March 4.
Polish yacht builder Galeon is expected to complement the MarineMax lineup rather than compete with existing yacht brands like Sea Ray and Azimut.
First-quarter revenue grew more than 7 percent to $169.5 million at MarineMax and the company said it had the highest earnings before taxes for the quarter in more than a decade.
MarineMax said today that it acquired the Bahia Mar Marina in Pensacola in the Florida panhandle.
MarineMax said at a press event at its Pompano store in Florida that it will introduce Galeon Yachts to the U.S. market and become the exclusive Galeon representative throughout the Americas.
Representatives from the National Marine Manufacturers Association and Progressive Insurance will ring the New York Stock Exchange closing bell today in celebration of the 2016 Progressive New York Boat Show.
MarineMax said it will offer Supreme Boats towboats at two Texas locations and one in Georgia.
MarineMax teamed up with Long Island Cares and launched a Fill the Boat campaign to feed the hungry on Long Island, N.Y.
MarineMax Fort Myers said it is debuting the most new models from Sea Ray and Boston Whaler in the 43-year history of the Fort Myers Boat Show, which opened Thursday and runs through Sunday.