BoatersTube.com, a website developed to bring boating enthusiasts and the recreational boating industry together through video, said today that it passed the 1 million videos viewed milestone.
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.
Organizers canceled the 2014 Huntington (N.Y.) Lighthouse Boat Parade.
The Northwest Marine Trade Association announced a grant program for non-profits seeking assistance in promoting boating in the region.
Dowco said it reorganized to ramp up the speed of new-product introductions and is now segmented into marine, powersports OEM and powersports brand divisions.
The National Marine Representatives Association elected its 2014-15 officers and board members. Two new officers and three new board members joined the association’s leadership group.
Yachting Experts, which serves South Florida in yacht sales and service, hired Alessandro Diomedi as a new-construction yacht consultant.
Scarab jetboats were recently selected as grand prizes on the CBS weekday game show “The Price is Right.”
Onboard power products maker Xantrex appointed two manufacturer’s rep firms for the RV and marine markets.
The Marine Trades Association of Maryland received a $141,000 state grant to help attract workers to the marine industry.
The Marine Trades Association of Maryland and the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association chose Eric Bradley, George Dunigan and Capt. Brandon Kidd to receive the Association of Marina Industries’ Neil Ross Scholarship awards.