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Active Interest Media’s marine group announced Thursday night that the company will again hold its Editor’s Choice Awards competition this year to recognize the best in powerboats based on design, innovation, technology and imagination.
Boat dealers, manufacturers and other exhibitors at the 36th annual St. Petersburg Power and Sailboat Show reported strong selling activity despite a 6 percent decrease in overall attendance at the four-day event.
They’ve trailed outboards in recovery, but much quieter, more efficient models are on the horizon The industry has experienced modest gains since the recession, but the recovery hasn’t been consistent across segments.
By the time the Orange County Convention Center hall opens at noon today to begin the Marine Dealer Conference & Expo in Orlando, Fla., about 150 conferees already will have participated in a series of educational workshops — a new addition to the annual event
The lines were long and the enthusiasm was palpable on the Sunday morning of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. See the sight of hundreds lined up to enter and enjoy the sun-soaked day.
Sea Ray, in an extravagant indoor display, showcased its new 510 Flybridge motoryacht and 350 SLX bowrider sport boat. Music, strobe lights and fireworks filled the air.
With new boats from such brands as Sea Ray, Boston Whaler, Scarab, Azimut and Hatteras that range from 19 to 100 feet, MarineMax is charging forward to build on the steady improvement it has seen during the last year.
Joysticks at Fort Lauderdale Boat Show will be all around the show grounds.
A growing number of boatbuilders are inserting the stepped hull design into their vessels, hoping to offer boats with higher speeds and efficiency — a trend to watch in the industry and one you’ll see at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Expect to see Seven Marine prominently displaying its 557-hp 6.2-liter outboard this fall at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, company officials told Trade Only Today.