An unusual scene near the corner of Indiana Avenue and Lake Michigan Drive in Grand Rapids, Mich., has police asking the public to help them figure out what happened.
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.
Existing-home sales, one of several bellwethers the marine industry watches in order to gauge the economy, rose more than expected in March to the fastest pace in 18 months.
As a teenager, Tom Kehlenbach III loved to tow boats. While working with his father, Tom Kehlenbach Jr., at Brewer Yacht Yard in the mid-1980s, the younger Kehlenbach got a taste of everything in the marine industry.
Sea Tow operators representing the Central Florida Lakes region, Jacksonville and St. Augustine, Fla., were among more than 40 police and emergency response agencies that attended the 2015 Northeast Florida Search and Rescue Conference.
A tax break for boat owners in New York is making waves for millions of other state residents, many of whom are upset about a provision that was included in the state budget.
Brownie’s Marine Group was named the exclusive SeaHex distributor and dealer for Florida and the Caribbean.
Beckson Marine is celebrating its 60th anniversary reflecting on materials it has brought to the marine industry that are now commonplace — such as thermoplastics, PVC, Teflon and polypropylene.
Power & Motoryacht named Jessica Schultz to take over advertising sales in the Southeast.
Superyachts might travel more frequently through the waters of Chesapeake Bay and dock at the broad berths of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor under a new state law.
Outer Reef Yachts hired Kristyn Rubertus as administrator of the company’s service department at the Fort Lauderdale headquarters.