Employees from each of Correct Craft’s companies volunteered their time last weekend to local charities during the company’s first Weekend of Service.
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.
Thirty-five employees from Aktion Parks, the Orlando Watersports Complex and Nautique Boats volunteered with Habitat for Humanity to build a home funded by the Orlando Watersports Complex for a central Florida family.
Correct Craft president and CEO Bill Yeargin named Steve Henderson president of newly acquired SeaArk Boats.
Correct Craft announced it is entering the aluminum fishing boat market with the acquisition of SeaArk Boats.
Correct Craft will partner with the National Marine Manufacturers Association to represent the marine industry and the company at this summer’s Republican and Democratic national conventions.
Orlando Watersports Complex and Miami Watersports Complex launched new websites.
Centurion Boats and Supreme Boats, both part of Florida-based Correct Craft, tapped industry veteran Paul Singer to be president of both companies.
Mark McKinney was appointed president of South Carolina-based Pleasurecraft Engine Group following the recent retirement of longtime president Chuck Thurman.
Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin has overseen the company’s expansion through some new acquisitions that have led it to grow exponentially. The parent company of Nautique has been on an acquisition streak, having bought fishing boat brands Bass Cat and Yar-Craft in March and engine builders PCM Marine Engines and Crusader Engines last October. (Yeargin…more
Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin attended a briefing Thursday at the White House on President Obama’s infrastructure investment plan.