NMMA says new-boat sales are at their highest level in 12 years, with all powerboat segments up 8 to 22 percent.
The British company said it will use the $16.7 million to expand operations and ramp up production of its CXO300 diesel outboard.
Alex Berg will lead the manufacturer’s pleasure craft and yachting segment.
Revenues were down 15.1 percent for the 16-month period that ended Dec. 31. A full report is due next month.
Michael Medart of Medart Engine and Marine takes the helm as chairman of the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors board.
How to develop an effective company culture.
NMMA updates its advocacy agenda.
Capitalizing on Americans’ interest in the outdoors.
Huw Bower, the president of Winnebago Outdoors, takes our questions.
The Dometic Group is all about innovation.
A first look at Mercury’s 7.6-liter, V-12 Verado.
Concerns of RV and marine industries.
Where RV and marine are neighbors.
Recovery options after a pandemic shutdown.
Volvo Penta of the Americas president and lifelong boater Martin Bjuve.
The supercharged power of user-generated content.
Will we see an economic shot in the arm this year?
Business lessons from the America’s Cup.
A strong finish to a banner year.
A vast majority of dealers reported retail growth in January.
Reflecting on the year that was for marine and RV, and how to repeat.
Yamaha doubles down on its offshore outboards.
The boom in boat sales we’re enjoying is a result of the combined efforts of the National Marine Manufacturers Association and the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation.
An onslaught of new and returning customers kept dealers busy in what is typically a slower time of year.
This month’s Pulse Report survey asks dealers to weigh in on product levels and strategies for restocking.