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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.
Brunswick Corp. reported market share growth despite headwinds caused by a dollar that was continuing to strengthen during the second fiscal quarter.
Fort Lauderdale-based Bertram Yacht today announced two appointments to its U.S.-based management team as it begins to roll out new-product initiatives.
Sea Pro Boats is investing $5.5 million in a new manufacturing facility in South Carolina and the relaunched company will introduce seven new models that are expected to debut by the end of the summer.
Beneteau Group introduced the first carbon edition to the Americas with the First 35.
Second-quarter revenue rose 6 percent at Brunswick Corp. and boat sales were up 8 percent from last year.
Regulator Marine officially launched the company’s biggest center console yet — the 2016 Regulator 41.
Hatteras Yachts will move its Hatteras Yacht Sales Center to the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six Hotel and Marina in Fort Lauderdale this fall.
Marquis and Carver Yachts return to the west coast of Florida with the addition of the Tom George Yacht Group in Dunedin.
Beneteau Group CEO Bruno Cathelinais was abruptly ousted because of “differing views” with the supervisory board on the company’s evolution.