Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado’s administration is now backing a $45 million bond issue to finance the long-promised renovation of the historic Miami Marine Stadium, a Virginia Key landmark that’s been shuttered and deteriorating since 1992.
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 National Marine Electronics Association has announced the lineup and dates of their marine electronics installer training classes for 2017.
Marine navigation mobile application iNavX announced, in partnership with Fugawi X-Traverse, the launch of its chart and map in-app purchase program.
Shake-A-Leg Miami, a non-profit that works with people in a marine environment who have physical, developmental and economic challenges, will host its first event Oct. 29 to celebrate 25 years of community involvement.
The Volvo Ocean Race is making a major rule change to give female sailors a clearer pathway to compete at the highest level of offshore sailing in the 2017-18 edition.
The U.S. economy produced 156,000 new jobs in September, although the nation’s jobless rate edged up to 5 percent as the steadily improving labor market continued to attract job seekers.
Oceanmax International, distributors of Propspeed, named James Maitland as its national sales director.
The National Marine Representatives Association recently awarded a $1,500 scholarship to a student pursuing education related to the maritime trades.
The 2016 Professional Sailing Resource Guide is available for free on the homepage of Sail America’s website.
The Charlotte-area Sea Tow business that covers Lake Norman and Lake Wylie has a new owner.