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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.
Bavaria Catamarans appointed Aeroyacht Ltd. in Long Island, N.Y., as its new Northeast distributor.
Brunswick Corp. saw a softening in its aluminum boat segment, primarily due to continued economic and currency uncertainty in the United States, but did experience some gains in engine sales in Europe in the first quarter as the dollar weakened some.
The Beneteau Group said it grew faster than its markets in the first half of its fiscal year, with good sales momentum in the boat sector — particularly in Europe.
Benetti has launched the Crystal 140 BY006 M/Y Equus for a European owner.
Brunswick Corp. reported 9 percent first-quarter revenue growth and the company’s adjusted operating earnings increased by 13 percent from the 2015 quarter.
Riva Yacht introduced the 100-foot Corsaro, a flybridge yacht that is the result of cooperation between the Ferretti Group’s product strategy committee, the group’s engineering department and Officina Italiana Design.
Zurn Yacht Design revealed details of the new Vanquish 26 Dual Console.
A co-founder of Cabo Yachts, Mike Howarth, and his 27-year-old son, Barrett, have teamed with renowned designer Michael Peters to build a 55-mph, twin-stepped center console — the Mag Bay 33.
Bob Dougherty, the chief designer and senior vice president of engineering at Boston Whaler in the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s and the founder of two other powerboat manufacturing companies, died with his family by his side at his New Smyrna Beach, Fla., home on March 23. He was 85.
As founder of the Singleton Marine Group, which merged with Legendary Marine in October 2014 to form OneWater Marine Holdings, Austin Singleton is trying to give successful boat dealers who have no succession plan a way out.