Women are invited to explore the sport of fishing April 11-13 at a “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!” seminar at the I.T. Parker Community Center in Dania Beach, Fla.
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.
Shrinkit LLC and Shrinkfast Marketing recently celebrated 20-year milestones, with both attributing their companies’ success to their tight business relationship.
US Watercraft LLC signed Sail California as the newest dealership to carry its Alerion Yachts and C&C Yachts brands.
Bradford Marine, a shipyard and brokerage firm in Fort Lauderdale and the Bahamas, is the first brokerage to offer My-Villages mobile technology as an innovation partner.
PierVantage said Pacific Fishermen Shipyard and Electric, Marshall Marine, Pierside Boatworks and SYS Yacht Sales and Service signed up for the company’s cloud-based management system for boatyards, marine facilities and boatbuilding operations.
Larry Berlin, who has led the Mack Boring & Parts Co.’s training and educational programs for decades, is retiring today.
Gyroscope stabilization has emerged as one of the fast-growing technologies on today’s recreational boats. Designers and boatbuilders are now creating spaces for the gyro installation during the planning stages of boat design. “With every boat we draw now, we have to have a planned space for [a gyro stabilizer],” said designer Michael Peters, owner of…more
Ironshore Inc. said it is now covering high-end pleasure craft, yachts and megayachts on a global basis. James G. Bishop Jr., who the company said has more than 25 years of experience in the maritime sector, has been named to lead a unit that will provide cover for boats, yachts, luxury yachts and megayachts and…more
Frigibar says its newly redesigned website is designed to invite customers to explore the company’s cockpit freezers and accessories.
The Florida Yacht Brokers Association said it had its highest voter turnout in years for an election that filled four open board seats.