Marine Products Corp., the parent company of Chaparral Boats and Robalo Boats, announced an operational management restructuring.
Bankruptcies and Restructuring
Bankruptcies and reorganizations force change on the marine industry as companies react to difficulties in the economy or their market by leaving recreational boating or shifting to a new and different role.
Gunboat International filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in November after a series of challenges during the past two years, but owner Peter Johnstone says the company is operationally poised to rebound.
Gunboat International filed for Chapter 11 banktruptcy protection on Wednesday after a series of challenges in the past two years, but owner Peter Johnstone says the company is operationally poised to rebound.
British sailboat builder Southerly Yachts had accrued debts of more than 800,000 pounds, or $1.3 million, when it went into liquidation at the end of last month.
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The management of OceanLED’s marine division bought out the assets of the marine business and secured investor funding to continue to build the U.K.-based underwater lighting company.
Six Sealine yachts are being liquidated after the company was forced into Chapter 7 bankruptcy and effectively abandoned the vessels, documents filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court show. The six yachts have a total dealer cost of $4,963,830 and an MSRP of $6,958,719. Current offers on the vessels total $2,720,000, court documents show. On Tuesday, the…more
Exide Technologies, which makes batteries for industries that include marine, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday in a Delaware federal court. The company said it had $1.9 billion in assets and $1.1 billion in liabilities, court documents showed. “In recent years a number of factors have contributed to a decline in Exide’s earnings and…more
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge in Florida denied a trustee’s emergency motion requesting that Yacht Path International be allowed to use cash collateral to continue operations, according to court documents, resulting in the company’s shutdown. On Friday, Judge Paul G. Hyman Jr. denied the request the trustee filed last week on behalf of the Fort…more
Yacht Path International, a Fort Lauderdale-based yacht transport service plagued by allegations that it took money for yachts that were never shipped or did not pay the freight costs after the yachts shipped, consented to have a trustee run its businesses to settle claims “amicably” and avoid incurring additional litigation expenses. Documents filed Wednesday in…more