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Consumers are demanding increasing sophistication from the boats they buy, reflecting the conveniences and advances they have come to expect in modern automobiles. Marine technology companies are responding, developing smarter and more sophisticated electronics, cleaner, quieter and more powerful engines, and pod drives and joystick systems.
Garmin reported strong fourth-quarter and 2016 results as sales and profits rose from year-earlier figures.
Marine Professionals Inc. said it is marking its 20th year in business, starting a year-long commemoration with a new celebratory logo and a secondary complementary visual.
MIAMI — With its winged blade and aerodynamic cowling, Honda Marine’s new concept engine at the Miami International Boat Show was certainly turning some heads — including mine.
In a three-car backyard garage in 1954 Detroit, retired bus and streetcar driver William Parks, his 18-year-old son and his wife decided to start a business that made and sold boat covers.
Navico announced the integration of new advanced Mercury SmartCraft functionality with select Lowrance and Simrad displays.
Simrad Yachting said today that it has an agreement with Yamaha to integrate the Command Link Plus interface into Simrad systems.
Digital content and services provider GoFree said Boatsetter chose its Connected Vessel System as the recommended vessel-tracking and remote management solution for its owners network.
FLIR Systems said today in conjunction with its fourth-quarter and 2016 earnings report that president and CEO Andrew Teich will retire after 33 years with the company, but continue until a successor is appointed.
Pettit Marine Paint named Tony Palabrica as a technical sales representative, making him responsible for bolstering customer-retention efforts and developing new relationships in the Midwest.
Dennis Flint, chairman and CEO of The Taylor Made Group, said Jason Pajonk-Taylor was named president and chief operating officer of the company.