Lightweight, speedy and versatile, aluminum boats have a variety of uses. Builders sell them to customers ranging from fishermen to the Coast Guard.
SeaArk Boats, a builder of recreational aluminum boats, wants the industry to know that it is enjoying solid sales and remains up and running despite the recent announcement that its sister company, SeaArk Marine, will temporarily suspend acceptance of new boat orders. SeaArk Marine builds work and patrol boats for the military and government agencies,…more
Burger Boat Co. held its first Great Lakes gathering July 22-24 at Bay Harbor Resort in Bay Harbor, Mich., for yacht owners, guests, captains and crew. Yachts that ranged from a 1937 36-foot Burger to a 2003 127-foot Tri-Deck Burger cruised to Bay Harbor for the three-day gathering. Owners and their guests had an opportunity…more
Northwest Jet Boats, owned and operated by the Renaissance Marine Group, changed its name to Northwest Boats to better align the brand’s current model lineup and changing perceptions within the heavy-gauge aluminum boat industry. “Seventy percent of current models produced are traditional outboard motor styles,” Jerry Wooley, president and chief operating officer of the Washington…more
Metal Shark Aluminum Boats launched a new Web site. The new site is focused on driving brand image and awareness directly to the customer. It contains an updated look, high-quality photographs, detailed drawings and renderings, video and 3-D interactive layouts. “As Metal Shark has continued to expand on a global level, we realized the need…more