Last year Bill Yeargin, president and CEO of Correct Craft, the builder of Nautique ski boats, became a member of the Manufacturing Council, which advises U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker on the manufacturing industry.
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.
Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin represented the marine industry at a meeting of 30 business leaders this week at the White House.
The Aktion Parks-owned Orlando Watersports Complex welcomed the Encarnacion family to their new two-story, energy-efficient townhome at Stag Horn Villas in Orlando.
As part of its Nautique Cares initiative, Nautique is donating a 2014 Super Air Nautique G21 to benefit As Our Own, a non-profit organization.
Nautique added junior professional wakeboarder and wakesurfer Noah Flegel to its team of athletes.
Nautique announced a three year partnership with the Drew Ross Ski Academy in Orlando, Fla. The academy will exclusively use the Ski Nautique 200 to provide coaching behind the three-event wake for its students. The academy is a full-time coaching facility for students from around the world, catering to skiers ranging from beginners to professionals…more
Nautique representatives traveled from Orlando, Fla., to India to visit the work of As Our Own, an organization that Nautique supports.
Correct Craft subsidiary Aktion Parks announced its newest park, Miami Watersports Complex, which is on a 90-acre freshwater lake with experienced coaches who provide lessons in wakeboarding, wakesurfing and other watersports of all skill levels. The complex, located in Miami-Dade County’s Amelia Earhart Park, provides equipment for all lessons and features the award-winning Super Air…more
Correct Craft employees had a special break from work Monday for a visit from Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who praised Nautique’s recent growth and job creation in Orlando. “Correct Craft is a great Florida manufacturer,” Scott said after touring the plant. “This year we made it our priority to build up Florida manufacturing so companies…more
Nearly 40 Nautique employees traveled from Orlando, Fla., to the Dominican Republic last week, spending a portion of their vacation time serving those in need in the Dominican cities of Cienfuegos and Mocha. The employees were divided into two groups. One of the teams spent the first part of the week in downtown Cienfuegos, building…more