The American Boat Builders and Repairers Association has appointed Pamela Lendzion as interim executive director and Meg Toppa as administrative manager and has moved its office from Fort Lauderdale to the Newport Shipyard in Rhode Island.
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.
William F. Miller & Associates, a company that sells marine products, named Hill Lenderman as its new president.
The Karma Sailing Group captured its eighth Mackinac Race win in 15 attempts.
I pinch myself every day, feeling lucky to be in the business I’m in, working with the amazing people that I get to work with, building boats for clients who love their lives and their lifestyles. How many people get to work with clients every day who are living the dream? It doesn’t get any…more
Housing starts and permits both rose to nearly eight-year highs in June, a sign that residential construction activity continues to move in the right direction.
Guy Harvey will host the eighth annual Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Fundraising Banquet on Nov. 7 in Dania Beach, Fla.
This weekend will kick off AquaPalooza, a series of on-water celebrations held during the last two weekends in July at more than 100 locations around the world.
Hanse Yachts AG has renewed its contract with Judel/Vrolijk & Co., which will design all Hanse, Dehler and Varianta models for the next three years.
In December 2011 the Lake Havasu Marine Association, after a nearly year-long permitting process, initiated a half-mile dredging project to create a new deep-water channel so boaters could safely navigate between the lake and the upper river through Topock Gorge.
San Francisco native Kate McCue is set to be the cruise industry’s first American female captain.