The Jacksonville, Fla.-based Freedom Boat Club will treat a group of children from the Hubbard House to a day on the water and a visit to the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens July 2.
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 Marine Industries Association of South Florida said Seminole Gaming CEO James Allen will be the keynote speaker Saturday at the trade group’s annual membership meeting.
Boating Industry magazine is accepting nominations for the 2014 Movers & Shakers.
Marine recreation marketing company Take it to Eleven announced the launch of a spinoff video production company called Strait Productions.
The marine industry in Connecticut lost a veteran advocate June 1 when Grant W. Westerson retired after 31 years on the board of the Connecticut Marine Trades Association, the last 27 as president.
Midwest Industries, makers of ShoreStation boat lifts and docks and ShoreLand’r trailers, hired the Martin Flory Group to handle its public relations.
SeaWide Distribution said it fully implemented its redesigned B2B website.
With the last of the SS United States’ historic five-bladed propellers just days away from being scrapped, cruise industry executive Jim Pollin donated $120,000 to the SS United States Conservancy to save the propeller and support a national campaign to repurpose America’s Flagship.
Sunday marked the 110th anniversary of the worst maritime disaster in New York City’s history — the day the 235-foot sidewheel passenger steamship General Slocum caught fire and sank in the East River with more than 1,000 people aboard.
The International Council of Marine Industry Associations’ Superyacht Refit Group, which represents quality refit, repair and maintenance yards, launched the latest revision of its standard framework contract.