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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.
Jim Coburn is the managing partner of Coburn and Associates, a Michigan-based financial services consulting firm he founded in 2010.
A trio of strong reports last week gave U.S. economy watchers reason to cheer — retail sales, building permits and the leading economic index.
Conservationists and anglers are praising a bill filed last week that seeks to clear the way for full implementation of a landmark law to raise protections for billfish.
Women, men and teenagers are invited to tackle fishing skills at the South Florida “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!” University from April 21-23 at the I.T. Parker Community Center in Dania Beach, Fla.
Walker Bay Boats said At The Lake Distributing will now carry its products.
Sail America, the trade association for the U.S. sailing industry, elected three new members to its 2017 board of directors.
Dominion Marine Media said today that it will change its company name to Boats Group.
Driven by the three boat types that have been the industry’s strongest sellers since the last recession ended, recreational boatbuilders and dealers began 2017 with high single-digit January gains.
The TUI Group said it has an agreement to sell U.K.-based travel operator Travelopia, parent of Sunsail and The Moorings, to the U.S. private equity firm KKR & Co. for $403.7 million.
The Marine Recreation Association is urging California boaters to oppose a bill that would eliminate interest deductions on second homes, which also includes vessels that qualify as second homes.