Nautique announced the expansion of its world headquarters and manufacturing facility today with a groundbreaking ceremony to start the $8 million project, which will be completed in January.
Nautique, led by president and CEO Bill Yeargin, builds water-ski and wakeboard boats in Orlando, Fla. The company was launched in 1957 by Leo Bentz, who sold the molds for the first Ski Nautique to Correct Craft.
Nautique is partnering with the European Wakesurf Tour as the official towboat and title sponsor this year.
Nautique announced the locations and dates of this summer’s Proving Grounds Tour behind the Super Air Nautique G-Series boats.
Nautique and Rhino, the vendor that supplies Nautique’s primary design software, partnered to help open a design center in an El Salvador school run by the Hamilton family in Ahuachapán.
Nautique Boat Co. promoted two people in a reorganization of its executive team.
Pursuit Boats appointed Alexander Marine California as its exclusive Southern California dealer.
Nautique employees recently served in two projects as part of the company’s Nautique Cares initiative — one in their home community of central Florida and another in Haiti.
Nautique presented a 2014 Super Air Nautique G21 valued at $120,000 to the Falconer family of Lewisville, Texas, at the Dallas Boat Show.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott visited Correct Craft’s Nautique boatbuilding facility as the company announced plans for an $8 million expansion and the addition of more than 200 employees at the facility.
The Nautique Boat Co. was selected as Florida’s 2014 Manufacturer of the Year from a pool of 18,200 manufacturers.