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Consisting of builders, dealers, marinas, parts and accessories makers and sellers and the trade groups that serve them, the marine industry is a sprawling and colorful collection of companies and people. From the number and type of boats it sells to its advocacy for the rights of boaters to enjoy their recreation on pollution-free waters, using fuel that doesn't damage their engines, the industry makes news in many ways.
The International Superyacht Society named its 2016-19 board of directors and past presidents council.
U.S. brokerage sales began 2016 as they ended 2015, with numbers that were weaker than in the same month in the previous year.
Leisure Product Holdings LLC bought Marine Concepts/JRL Ventures.
Technomarine Group said Technomarine Yachts acquired the yacht brokerage firm Palm Beach Power Boats in Palm Beach, Fla.
The Florida Yacht Brokers Association elected a new president and new board members for 2016.
Lighthouse Media Solutions said it is launching a new multimedia brand focused on sportfishing in New England.
On a rolling 12-month basis, U.S. outboard engine wholesale shipments were up 3.1 percent year-over-year through January.
Bennington Marine is partnering with Sea Tow Services International to offer the Sea Care program, a 95-day Sea Tow membership, with each new boat sold.
BoatTrack hired the Martin Flory Group to reintroduce its line of boat-manufacturing software.
The job gains in the government’s January employment report were not as strong as in recent months, but one thing the data did was dampen concerns that the U.S. economy might be about to slip into a new recession.