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.
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.
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.
This week 30 Nautique employees traveled from Orlando, Fla., to El Salvador and served as part of the Nautique Cares initiatives.
As Greece reopened its banks on Monday and began to repay some debts, U.S. economy watchers shifted their focus to the start of earnings season during a week that is light on government reports.
After 54 years of animosity, the United States and Cuba formally restored diplomatic ties.
Numarine will debut its new 70 Flybridge at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2015, set to take place Sept. 8-13.
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.
The Ferretti Group Service University returned to the Asia Pacific from July 6-10 in Singapore and more than 20 professionals from seven countries attended.
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.
Carnival cruises have the green light to go to Cuba.