As wakesurfers increasingly use new boat technology, which makes the sport accessible on smooth, glassy lakes, some regions are banning wake-enhancing devices.
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.
Taylor Made Systems today announced the appointment of Al Unger as a regional sales manager, representing Taylor and its Ameritex Fabric Systems subsidiary in the lower Midwest and Southwest.
“We sell fun.” I heard Joan Maxwell, president of Regulator Marine, say that the other day at a conference. That pretty much sums up why I chose the recreational marine industry as my career.
SAVANNAH, Ga. — We’ve traveled some great coastal roads and waterways since my post on Friday, when we thundered out of downtown Sarasota to start Hull of a Tour² The Freedom Ride.
The USS Constitution, which was launched in 1797 in Boston, is being restored through 2017 and entering dry docking for the first time since 2012.
SARASOTA, Fla. — These past few months have felt just like a lead-up to Christmas!
After a successful start to the 2015 Bahamas Billfish Championship at Guana Cay in April, Leg 2 wrapped up May 9 in Turtle Cay with continued calls of “Fish on!,” organizers say.
Numarine named Antonio Caviglia as its new sales and marketing director.
Sail America published a preliminary brochure detailing plans for its industry conference June 22-24 at the Hyatt Regency Newport in Newport, R.I.
The Marina Recreation Association is holding a series of seminars in California to educate marina owners about an increase in federal OSHA enforcement in light of a spike in marina and boatyard injury rates.