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Boatbuilders are the backbone of the marine industry. They can be found across the country, constructing everything from personal watercraft and small skiffs to large center console fishing boats and oceangoing yachts. A large majority of the recreational boats sold in the United States are built in this country.
The Ferretti Group is taking part in two boat shows on China’s Hainan Island and in Hong Kong, showcasing some of its newest yachts.
Beneteau America announced the renewal of its Gran Turismo range of express cruisers and said it will launch two new models in February.
Malibu Boats launched its new M235, the boat the company said garnered it an invitation to the U.S. Naval Academy.
On Veterans Day, Boston Whaler honored military veteran and reservist employees with a special gathering to celebrate their service.
Boston Whaler recently received the Volusia Manufacturer’s Association 2015 Lou Fifer Manufacturer of the Year Award, an honor given annually to the Edgewater, Fla., area’s top manufacturing company.
Catalina Yachts announced the debut of the Catalina 425, which is scheduled for launch in March.
Crestliner Boats is partnering with the TV program “Jason Mitchell Outdoors,” which will air new episodes in January.
Sea Ray’s 400 Sundancer will make its European debut in January at the Dusseldorf International Boat Show.
Grand Banks Yachts is set to debut the GB60, a 65-foot cruiser that will include 900-hp Volvo Penta D13 engines and Twin Disc BP300 bow and stern thrusters.
Baja Marine, parent company of the Baja, Donzi, Fountain and Pro-Line boat brands, signed six new dealer partners.