It took more than four years, but the passage of the Marine Tourism Bill is good news for Washington’s marine industry.
Keeping waterways clean and open to boaters is an important goal of the recreational marine industry. Individually and as members of trade organizations, marine businesses push for the enactment of fair rules and regulations governing use of the nation's rivers, lakes, streams and ocean waters.
“Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!” will hold a Keys University Nov. 13-15 in Tavernier and Islamorada, Florida.
As a way to celebrate the Uber’s first anniversary of operating in Istanbul, the ride service is launching UberBOAT and partnered with luxury sea transport company Navette-Tezman Holding.
Andrew Grego recalls a meeting with an injured soldier at Walter Reed Military Medical Center that steeled his resolve to press on with Blue Water Warriors, a Fort Lauderdale non-profit that gets wounded veterans out on the water.
Some people think millennials are unlikely candidates for boat ownership. Ben Dorton, the 26-year-old brand manager at Bryant Boats, is betting they’re wrong. Dorton and his father, John, Bryant’s chairman, are launching Wake Tractor, a new company that’s building a boat geared to the potentially lucrative millennial market. Although the Wake Tractor will be built…more
“Let’s face it,” says Jack Ellis, managing director at Info-Link Technologies Inc., “owning a boat is not a rational decision.”
Sara Anghel, executive director and vice president of government relations for the National Marine Manufacturers Association Canada joined Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq to announce infrastructure investments for more than $285 million across the Trent-Severn Waterway in Ontario.
Massachusetts is cracking down on shark cruises off its Atlantic Ocean beaches, worried that the tourist-drawing stunt of baiting great white sharks could lead to an increase in attacks on swimmers.
An 82-mile stretch of the Kentucky River from Frankfort, Ky., to its mouth at the Ohio River is navigable with the opening of locks and dams Nos. 1 through 4.
A new online advocacy system is being rolled out to enable recreational saltwater anglers to easily call, write, email or tweet their federal officials quickly and easily to advocate on behalf of the industry.