The 2014 edition of the Ferretti Group’s EMEA dealer meeting, which concluded last week, included dealers in the Europe, Middle East and Africa regions with participation from nearly 100 partners.
The marine industry is a global enterprise. Builders, dealers, marinas, equipment manufacturers and other businesses are found worldwide, and there are major boat shows on all continents.
Azimut Yachts appointed Simpson Marine as its exclusive dealer in Beijing and Tianjin, China.
South Florida is partnering with Barcelona, Spain, to boost the marine industry in both regions and collaborate on nautical growth endeavors.
The U.S. economy created 192,000 jobs in March and the nation’s unemployment rate held steady at 6.7 percent, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said today.
CARTAGENA, Colombia — North American companies are catching on to the increased need to include Latin America, as a culture and a region, in marketing plans. Brazil has had a lot of attention as a nation that is ripe for building a new customer base. The boating industry has seen it as a major area…more
CARTAGENA, Colombia — Investors have been flocking to Colombia, with the country seeing record-breaking investments for three years in a row. “We have investment grade from major agencies like Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s as being one of the ideal places to invest,” said Miguel Angel Franco Hossain, senior tourism specialist with Proexport Colombia, the…more
CARTAGENA, Colombia — The marine industry is outgrowing the infrastructure in Colombia, leading the government to solicit proposals from companies worldwide for the construction of Marina San Andres, a 151-berth marina that officials hope will include amenities such as a shipyard and shopping mall.
Superyacht agent Nord Ship Agency joined forces with Heritage Adventures to offer customized tours to sailors, guests and families visiting Norway.
The second annual Cartagena International Boat Show will take place Saturday through Monday in Colombia and will feature a United States pavilion this year for the first time.
A 5 percent global decline in reported incidents of piracy and armed robbery at sea is outweighed by the changing threat the maritime community is facing in the Gulf of Guinea, according to the RiskMap Maritime analysis, Control Risks’ guide to maritime risks for 2014.