The Marquis Larson Group said it had a successful Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Carver Yachts launched the Marquis line in 2004 under the ownership of Genmar Holdings Inc. and emerged from a 2009 restructuring as Marquis Yachts. Based in Pulaski, Wis., the brand builds models that include sport coupes and sport bridge and flybridge yachts between 42 and 72 feet.
Marquis and Carver Yachts said its employees in Pulaski, Wis., donated more than $80,000 worth of material and equipment to Pulaski High School and Saints Edward & Isidore Catholic Church.
Marquis and Carver Yachts said the 2016 Yachts Miami Beach was one of the best shows for the company in more than 10 years.
Marquis and Carver Yachts appointed CenterPointe Yacht Services, which has three Lake Michigan locations, as its newest dealer.
Carver Yachts will introduce a new flagship, the C50 Command Bridge, Feb. 11-15 at Yachts Miami Beach.
Marquis Yachts and Carver Yachts launched new websites, working with Freckmann Marketing Group and technology partner Avala Marketing.
Marquis and Carver Yachts welcomed Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to its facility in Pulaski on Dec. 10 and he toured the plant as part of an employee meeting.
Marquis and Carver Yachts appointed Denison Yacht Sales as its newest dealer partner.
Marquis and Carver Yachts said its dealer network continues to grow with the addition of Hurst Marina in Manotick, Ontario, near the Canadian capital city of Ottawa on the Rideau River.
The Marquis-Larson Group is charging into the boat show season after gaining momentum from an unprecedented dealer meeting in August in Fort Myers, Fla. Nearly 60 dealers and 33 vendors gathered at the Sanibel Harbour Marriott for the Marquis-Larson Group dealer meeting, marking the first time the two builders have met under one roof.