Little Traverse Sailors in Harbor Springs, Mich., hired Dan Thompson as program director.
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.
Gekko Sports Corp. said its 2015 model lineup was met with enthusiasm at its recent dealer meeting in Minneapolis and the company signed 13 new dealers.
The National Marine Representatives Association recently awarded one of two scholarships the group gives to students pursuing careers in the industry.
The marine industry in Brevard County, Florida — once decimated by the recession — seems to be rebounding.
The college fishing circuit, run by fishing-tournament organizations outside the NCAA, has grown to more than 600 registered clubs that offer a glimpse of what college sports might look like when athletes can collect paychecks.
Recreational boats and sports don’t usually go together –- unless you’re talking about college students partying outside their riverside football stadium before a big game.
Active Interest Media’s Marine Group announced that D.J. Kiernan will head up sales efforts for Yachts International’s Private Yacht Vacations annual charter book.
Content distributor Electric Sheep launched a new online destination for best-in-class coverage of top maritime events, including the 12th annual Volvo Ocean Race.
Boat maintenance management firm Vessel Vanguard appointed Mark Brown as director of dealer development.
With the launch of Numarine North America, Numarine International said it is establishing three points of distribution to manage an extensive service network for the owners of Numarine luxury performance motoryachts along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, as well as the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean.