The fourth annual Kenai Classic roundtable on national recreational fishing brought together leaders from all segments of the recreational fishing community.
From factory openings to production milestones to the launch of new boats, the marine industry makes news in numerous ways. Trade Only follows developments wherever they occur.
Performance apparel manufacturer Musto is offering a junior sailor a one-year sponsorship and an opportunity to train with sailing professionals in a social media campaign.
Bass Cat donated a 2016 Margay boat and trailer as the first-place winner’s prize at the inaugural Ike Celebrity Pro-Am Bass Fishing Tournament Aug. 6 on the Camden Waterfront near Philadelphia.
Lexington Marine Group’s pontoon division said it added key personnel focused on new sales goals for the company that are designed to grow its expanding business in the segment.
The Michigan Boating Industries Association honored U.S. Rep. Candice Miller (R-Mich.) with the Ray L. Underwood Lifetime Achievement Award for her advocacy of Michigan’s waterways and marine industry.
Teenagers in Newport County, Rhode Island, who are graduating from a summer boatbuilding program will launch their boats during a ceremony at Fort Adams State Park on Thursday.
Global Eagle Entertainment, a provider of connectivity and media to the airline, maritime and remote mobility markets, entered into a global distribution agreement between Global Eagle Entertainment’s Entertainment in Motion and The QYOU, a provider of curated and hosted online short-form content.
The Marine Trades Association of Maryland named Lauri Petroy to head the group’s workforce development initiative.
Wall Street stocks ended at record highs on Thursday as surging oil prices and strong retail earnings bolstered investor confidence.
A project led by the BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water removed a large commercial fishing net entangled on an artificial reef in Ocean City, Md., in June.