Nick Saban seems to be enjoying his summer.
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.
The Rhode Island Marine Trades Association will offer a third session of its Marine Trades Pre-Apprenticeship Program this summer, beginning a six-week intensive training program on July 7.
The Gowrie Group signed on to sponsor the New England Science and Sailing New London STEM Leadership Program.
Marine maintenance management company Vessel Vanguard and Formula Boats signed a 5-year subscription agreement, a move that expanded the company’s client base beyond the yachts it typically serves.
International charter agency Neptune Group Yachting’s new website won the 20th annual Communicator Award for Travel/Tourism Websites in 2014.
Boating journalists are doing a good job of keeping up with the technological, product and structural changes taking place in the marine industry they cover, but there are significantly fewer writers and they are growing older — and poorer — in the process.
PassageMaker announced a new partnership with Nigel Calder, one of the world’s foremost experts on marine systems and maintenance, as part of the magazine’s campaign to improve quality and better deliver crucial intelligence to a savvy readership.
Connecticut Marine Trades Association president Grant W. Westerson said he will retire Sunday from the position he has held since 1987.
Rushton Gregory Communications said it hired Jordan Balbresky as public relations account executive.
Salvaging a wooden fishing boat that John Steinbeck chartered in 1940 and made famous in “The Log From the Sea of Cortez” has come with controversy.