Speed, acceleration keys as Yamaha aims its saltwater outboard success at the freshwater market...more
National Marine Electronics Association 2000, or N2K standards, are steadily gaining traction as high-bandwidth products...more
MILWAUKEE — Propulsion system and power sport manufacturer BRP kept its cards close to its vest when it invited marine...more
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.
A jury decided favorably for FLIR Systems after Raytheon Corp. filed a lawsuit alleging that FLIR subsidiary Indigo Systems Corp. (now known as FLIR Commercial Systems) misappropriated trade secrets.
Furuno USA president Jim Atteridge is retiring after 30 years and assuming a new role as director and corporate adviser.
Jeppesen Marine unveiled a new C-MAP website for its recreational boating customers around the world.
Cobra Electronics Corp. is partnering with Atlantic Marketing, an East Coast independent manufacturer’s representative for marine, trailer, powersports and sporting goods markets.
Volvo Penta of the Americas president Ron Huibers wanted to meet with me at FLIBS to talk about gasoline sterndrives. Of course, I agreed, and we got together at the outdoor Volvo Penta display at the Bahia Mar.
Outboard boats from 25 to 43 feet are on a tear and four successful builders in this segment were at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show press breakfast to explain why.
Steve Potts doesn’t reflect a lot on the history of Scout Boats, but the Mount Pleasant, S.C., builder’s 25th anniversary this year prompted him to take a look back at what has led to Scout’s double-digit post-recession annual growth. The South Carolina native and father of three says he has always taken a conservative approach…more
Navico, parent company to Lowrance, Simrad and B&G, announced the launch of its newest brand called GoFree.
Sail magazine announced the winners of its 2015 Best Boats Awards.
Elkhart, Ind.-based Furrion announced plans today at the Marine Equipment Trade Show in Amsterdam to open a European distribution center later this year in the Netherlands.