The Orlando Watersports Complex hosted a Zumbathon fundraiser on May 20 to benefit Alan Vasquez, who is battling a rare brain tumor.
Correct Craft, based in Orlando, Fla., is the producer of Nautique boats and the owner of the Orlando Watersports Complex and the Miami Watersports Complex through its subsidiary Aktion Parks.
The Pleasurecraft Engine Group said it is partnering with Stowe Technologies to develop and build a dynamometer laboratory at Pleasurecraft’s South Carolina headquarters.
Ralph C. Meloon, son of Correct Craft founder Walter C. Meloon, was honored with a Special Lifetime Tribute by the Water Ski Hall of Fame.
Aktion Parks said the 14th annual Slider Spectacular will be held Dec. 3-4 at the Orlando Watersports Complex in Florida.
The Orlando Watersports Complex hosted “SUP with a Cop Day” last Saturday to benefit Urban Surf 4 Kids, an outreach organization that works with orphan and foster children.
Bill Yeargin, CEO of Orlando-based boatbuilder Correct Craft, was named 2016 CEO of the Year by the Orlando Business Journal.
Aktion Parks, a subsidiary of Correct Craft, broke ground on Elite Cable Park, its third boat and cable park.
Correct Craft said the 2016 model year was the best in the company’s 91-year history.
Correct Craft president and CEO Bill Yeargin is making an appeal to boat manufacturers to participate in Manufacturing Day, which is set for Oct. 7.
This week individuals and teams from across the country are converging on the Orlando Watersports Complex to compete in the 2016 Nautique World Wakeboard Association Wake Park National Championships presented by Rockstar.