The National Marine Manufacturers Association relaunched a redesigned website with new content and enhanced navigation.
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.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association acquired the rights to the American Sportfishing Association’s four consumer shows, a strategic move that will boost the NMMA’s ability to expand the fishing component at some of its existing shows.
U.S. boaters have the official go-ahead to travel to Cuba, but government authorization is just the first step for the “pioneers” who are opting to make the journey after a half-century embargo.
Registration is now open for the annual National Marine Manufacturers Association’s engineering compliance and CE Seminars in Nashville, Tenn.
New powerboat and personal watercraft registrations rose 5 percent year over year in the second quarter and 6.7 percent on a rolling 12-month basis.
Nominations are being accepted for the 2016 Alan J. Freedman Memorial Leadership Award.
U.S. outboard engine wholesale shipments were up 3.7 percent year over year for the 12 months through August.
National Marine Manufacturers Association members attending the International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference, which will take place Sept. 15-17 in Louisville, Ky., will get a preview of the completely redesigned website in the member lounge.
The recreational boating industry will recognize two leaders this year with the National Marine Manufacturers Association’s highest honor when they are inducted into the NMMA Hall of Fame.
Wholesale powerboat shipments were up 3 percent through June among the National Marine Manufacturers’ control group of manufacturers, which represent about 68 percent of the market.