International News

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.

Downtown Havana’s Colonial Zone is being meticulously restored with funding from the United Nations’ UNESCO program.

Charter gains license to cruise Cuban waters

The first recreational boat to legally cruise once-forbidden Cuban waters with U.S. citizens aboard could well be a yacht between 60 and 300 feet LOA, chartered through Paul Madden Associates of Palm Beach.

Fed has its eye on an economy that’s watching right back

The Federal Reserve is holding its fifth meeting of the year today and Wednesday and, although Fed watchers don’t expect a rate increase, they’ll be scrutinizing the central bank’s statement to see whether the Fed is sending subtle signals about a move that could come in the fall.

Fishing advocates support new red snapper bill

The recreational fishing community applauded new bipartisan federal legislation that it says would better conserve Gulf red snapper while giving recreational anglers a longer season.

Greek bailout deal eases pressure on financial markets

U.S. markets, which opened Monday amid news of a conditional bailout deal for Greece, sustained the stock rally that followed the announcement from Europe and closed significantly higher, a welcome development for the recreational boating industry.

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