MarineMax

MarineMax, based in Clearwater, Fla., is the nation’s largest recreational boat retailer and the largest Sea Ray dealer in the world.

MarineMax revamps its website

MarineMax Inc., the nation’s largest recreational boat retailer, announced today the unveiling of its new website, with an updated look and more resources. “MarineMax.com is one of the most important tools in selecting the right lifestyle and boat for you and your family,” CEO Bill McGill said in a statement. “It gives visitors the opportunity…more

MarineMax CEO marks 40 years in the industry

MarineMax president and CEO Bill McGill is celebrating 40 years in the marine industry. MarineMax team members surprised McGill with a party as he passed his 40th year milestone on March 26. McGill’s son Brett, who is vice president of MarineMax’s West Operations, presented the avid water skier with a Goode slalom ski to mark…more

MarineMax acquires Florida dealer

MarineMax acquired the Parker Boat Co.’s retail boat sales and service operations in Orlando and Daytona, Fla., giving the nation’s largest marine retailer exclusive Sea Ray distribution for the entire state of Florida. With the acquisition, MarineMax also will have additional distribution territory for Boston Whaler, Grady-White and Sea Hunt boats, along with other brands.…more

MIAMI: MarineMax Vacations unveils 484 power catamaran

MIAMI BEACH — One year after announcing that it was entering the charterboat market, MarineMax Vacations introduced Friday the boat that will comprise its fleet — the MarineMax 484 power catamaran. “What we’re showing you today is what I think is the future of power catamaran cruising, and power catamaran chartering will be a big…more

MarineMax bullish on sport cruiser sales

Sport cruiser sales were significantly up in units for the first quarter at MarineMax. That’s according to MarineMax CEO Bill McGill, who addressed analysts and investors during a conference call Tuesday announcing earnings for the quarter that ended Dec. 31. “While the recovery may continue to have its ups and downs, we believe that the…more

MarineMax reports 1Q results

MarineMax reported today that revenue grew about 8 percent, to $99.1 million, for its first quarter, which ended Dec. 31. Same-store sales grew more than 8 percent, compared to a 2 percent increase in the same period last year. The company’s net loss for the first quarter was $4.16 million, or 18 cents a share,…more

MarineMax schedules 1Q results

MarineMax will hold a conference call at 10 a.m. EST Tuesday to review its first quarter 2013 results. People wishing to access the call can visit the investor relations section of the company’s website. An online replay will be available for a limited time, beginning within one hour of the conclusion of the call. The…more

MarineMax Vacations adds Aquila 48

Sino Eagle announced that the first two hulls of the new custom-designed Aquila 48 power catamarans have successfully completed sea trials and been delivered to MarineMax Vacations. The Aquila 48 was developed to be an exceptionally comfortable cruising boat as a result of the integration of advanced technology at the forefront of all design and…more

Boats.com opens online gear and parts store

Boats.com, in association with MarineMax, launched a gear and parts store that stocks everything from clothing and accessories to anchors, engine parts and water skis. “Boats.com is evolving,” Sonya Schweitzer, director of business development at the division of Dominion Marine Media, said in a statement. “We are building on our unique knowledge of boats and…more

MarineMax assessing storm damage at Northeast stores

MarineMax officials were still investigating the full extent of damage from Superstorm Sandy at New York and New Jersey locations. That is according to CEO William H. McGill, who spoke to investors Thursday about the storm after releasing the company’s fourth-quarter earnings report. “We did sustain damage from the storm at a number of the…more

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