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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.
Marine electronics manufacturer Navico, the parent company to the Lowrance, Simrad and B&G brands, announced changes at a number of positions in its global and Americas marketing teams.
Mercury Marine launched a repower finance program the company said that will make it easier for consumers to get the engine performance they want with flexible financing for a broad range of buyers.
Fishing electronics manufacturer Lowrance announced an exclusive partnership with Skeeter Performance Fishing Boats.
Monterey Boats recently celebrated its 30th anniversary at its 2015 model-year dealer conference at the Boca Raton Resort & Spa in Florida.
ZF Marine Propulsion Systems named Daniel Härter its new chief executive and promoted Matthias Benz to head of corporate key account management within the ZF Group.
Lowrance renewed its exclusive standard-fit partnership with Fishing Holdings LLC.
Evinrude said its new E-TEC G2 engines will be installed on TideWater Boats.
Pettit Marine Paint announced several promotions and additions to its sales and customer service teams.
Cummins Inc. is embarking on a project to install its 380-hp diesel — the QSB6.7 — in two classic 37-foot sportfish boats, hoping to bring attention to the company’s capabilities in the repowering market.
The Volvo Ocean Race is scheduled to begin the first leg of a nearly 40,000-nautical-mile global circumnavigation on Oct. 11 and each of the seven identical sailing yachts will be rigged with Mastervolt electrical systems.