The new Nepallo line of pontoon boats with Suzuki engines will be sold at select Camping World and Gander RV & Outdoors stores.
A field of 2,000 anglers in 1,000 boats saw a nearly 10-pound bass capture first place in the annual Skeeter owner’s tournament.
With a “Climate for Change” theme, the Marine Recreation Association’s Educational Conference and Trade Show is set for Oct. 11-13.
These Washington state educators are nurturing the next generation of American marine industry professionals.
A content marketing staple, emails can consistently deliver valuable and relevant information, if done correctly.
In-person shows are back. Exclusive interviews with six show leaders.
Bentley Collins and the dawn of Back Cove Yachts.
Q&A with Regulator Marine’s Joan Maxwell.
MarineMax announced that it acquired Oconto, Wis.-based KCS International, the parent company of Cruisers Yachts, paying $63 million for the 68-year-old builder.
Tier III rules will take effect in 2024.
For three generations, family-run Teak Isle Manufacturing has designed and created specialty items for boatbuilders.
Leaders in carbon offsets and sequestration say marine-based “blue carbon” projects are the next big idea.
She of the Sea: making yachting more diverse.
The America’s Cup needs gender diversity.
Encouraging waterborne travel to the Bay State. Plus: businesses can legally require its staff to receive a Covid-19 vaccine.
The MRAA’s Webinar “Marketing When You Have No Inventory” covered how dealers can build long-term equity with new and returning customers as demand outpaces supply.
A wealth of research work, from utilizing fish facial recognition that IDs invasive species to projects ranging from coral restoration and more aim to ensure the future of our watery pastimes.
There are favorable odds that 2021 will eclipse 2020 in units sold. But can builders catch up amid continued supply chain logjams and will eager customers continue to wait?
Consumer continue to shop for marine products in record numbers — what are dealers doing to meet the demand?
Clear and concise labeling of E15 fuels not only must be maintained, but improved to protect boaters and all small engine consumers.
A drier spring has predictions are calling for smaller, harmful algae blooms in Lake Erie. However, the cause — factory livestock operations — needs to be addressed and remedied.
With many popular models on back order, adding new brands may be a viable solution for many dealers.
The tide is rising. It’s time to ride the wave.
Lessons in leadership from Dave McLaughlin of Clean Ocean Access.
Taking advantage of digital dividends.