It’s the second consecutive year that the magazine named the corporation to its list of America’s Most Responsible Companies.
The builder adds the Rodman Lusitania shipyard to support demand for powerboats under 40 feet.
The investment group adds Seahaven Marina, which can accommodate vessels up to 250 feet.
The company announced its acquisition of Tims Ford Marina and Resort in Winchester, Tenn., its seventh transaction this year.
Looking back on some monumental deals in 2021, let’s see what tomorrow brings.
A conversation with Cox Marine chairman Charles Good.
Wide-body yachts maximize living space.
A timeline of the year’s M&A activity.
High-horsepower outboards are making inroads into the popular pontoon segment.
Catching up with Federico Ferrante, president of Azimut-Benetti President, Azimut-Benetti Americas.
Maritimo’s legendary racing program inspires the soul of the Australian builder’s motoryacht fleet.
Federal intervention has kept the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, Calif., operating 24/7 — steps toward supply-chain relief.
Recreational boating is winning, says NMMA president Frank Hugelmeyer, but we must work to ensure our continued success.
Yamaha’s Harmo e-outboard debuts in the United States, and boatbuilders are testing the technology.
These companies operate across a variety of categories that are transforming the the marine industry through new initiatives, processes, technologies and more.
As the world waits for the pandemic and its economic effects to subside, a new virus variant emerges.
The largest show in the Pacific Northwest is set for its 9-day run with a new location and robust seminar format for 2022.
Demand remains strong, but supply-chain logjams continue to weaken boat registration numbers.
A U.K. government report looks to change welfare laws around crustaceans and cephalopods.
The Icebreaker Wind Turbine Development faces strong headwinds from boating and fishing groups.
Our monthly Pulse Report survey asks dealers for their outlooks on 2022 retail sales.
Why giving employees a voice will elevate your business.
The many forms of advocacy helping the marine industry.
Tuning in to new radars from Raymarine and Garmin.
It’s the most important way to differentiate your business from competitors, says MRAA president Matt Gruhn.
Turbulance persists in the marine-retail sector.