The National Marine Manufacturers Association reported that wholesale shipments of traditional powerboats were up 4.6 percent through May.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association is the leading association representing the recreational boating industry in North America. NMMA member companies produce more than 80 percent of the boats, engines, trailers, accessories and gear used by boaters and anglers in the United States and Canada. The association is dedicated to industry growth through programs in public policy advocacy, market statistics and research, product quality assurance and promotion of the boating lifestyle.
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Wholesale shipments of traditional powerboats were up 6.6 percent through February for the National Marine Manufacturers Association’s control group of manufacturers.