Navico hopes to build on a solid 2014 with more new products and technology that should propel the company past its revenue of last year, CEO Leif Ottosson told Trade Only Today this week.
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.
My-Villages appointed Michael Russo as strategic technology adviser.
Grande Yachts International announced the opening of its sixth sales center at Sailfish Marina in Stuart, Fla., in the protected waters of Manatee Pocket.
Members of the New England Science and Sailing AmeriCorps led community volunteers in Connecticut in service to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King on Jan. 19.
Northrop & Johnson named Arnold & Son as a strategic partner for 2015.
Dometic Marine signed an agreement with Trinity Yachts LLC to provide the high-capacity Dometic STS900 chiller for Trinity’s TO62 vessel, a 194-foot superyacht.
Recreational fishing industry advocates were dealt a blow when Alaska Democratic Sen. Mark Begich failed to win re-election and that has added uncertainty to the process of allowing the industry a larger voice in legislative discussions.
Sail America elected Soundings Trade Only associate editor Reagan Haynes and Karma Yacht Sales co-founder and co-owner Lou Sandoval to its 2015 board of directors.
The Offshore World Championship will take place April 12-17 in the waters of Quepos, Costa Rica.
After an inaugural event in 2013 that saw 22 members of the marine industry combine their love of boating with a cross-country motorcycle trip, organizers of the Boaterz n’ Bikerz Hull of a Tour2 announced The Freedom Ride.