The electronics conference, in conjunction with the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services, is scheduled for Sept. 20-24 in Orlando, Fla.
Damien Frye will drive sales of the New Zealand-based company’s Cortex product line.
Patty Lawrence will manage the show’s preconference sessions, seminars and workshops.
The show is scheduled for Nov. 16-18 in Amsterdam and will incorporate virtual elements.
With the new 146,000-square-foot plant, the pontoon builder can more than double production.
Phil Graves was named chief sustainability officer to help advance environmental and conservation programs.
More than 1,000 certified marine technicians have joined the industry through ABYC’s online curriculum.
The power catamaran builder extends its global reach in the southeast European countries by teaming up with Synergy Yacht Sales and Consulting.
The marine dealership plans to open a brick-and-mortar superstore in Bradenton, Fla.
Another Lake of the Ozarks marine business comes under the umbrella of Big Thunder.
The boating-safety website for media was made possible by a U.S. Coast Guard Boating Safety Outreach Grant.
New boaters are encouraged to learn through Yamaha’s video series.
Bipartisan support leads congress to pass a multi-million-dollar survey in the South Atlantic.
The company’s 495 will get a dedicated facility at the historic boatbuilding yard in Southampton, U.K.
The marine retailer distributed more than $100,000 BlueFuture grants, its largest grant cycle to date.
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The Ever Given’s stern is released and the hope for refloating the ship is rising with the tide in the Suez Canal.
Shockwave marine suspension will put glide in your ride.
Dealer plans for stocking inventory in time for the high season.
As part of Suzuki Marine’s Clean Oceans Project, employees helped remove debris near the site of the company’s waterfront Marine Technical Center in Panama City, Fla.
The World Wake Association teamed up with the Wakeboarding Hall of Fame to celebrate wake sports.
As a new boating season approaches, our monthly Pulse Report survey asks dealers about inventory levels, retail trends and more.
The donation by the engine OEM’s distributor will make students familiar with the ins and outs of marine diesel power.
Yamaha Rightwaters and Skeeter team on a research vessel for the University of Florida.
With the acquisition, ACR adds the Bivy Stick two-way satellite messenger and associated app to its portfolio.
The ORR’s annual report showcases its efforts to support the 2020 outdoor recreation economy.
New health and safety measures at the Tampa Convention Center will be in place at the show, scheduled for September 28-30.
House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn and Rep. Haley Stevens will discuss the newly formed congressional group.
Videos from the Massachusetts Marine Trades Association highlight working in the boating industry, with a focus on Bay State jobs.
Angling apparel company hires Canada Pro Angling & Outdoors to expand its reach in the Great White North.
The engine manufacturer gained a stake in the marine IoT outfit with a goal of advancing its CommandBlue philosophy.
The Great Lake state awards $3.6 million for land and aquatic management projects.
Among the largest boat shows in the Southwest, the event is slated to take place April 9-11.
Components and accessories giant adds to its growing list of subsidiaries.
Parker volunteers helped stuff food bags for BackPack Friends, which provides meals to North Carolina children.
The company’s fifth corporate-owned territory comprises three downtown locations and one in the suburbs.
The CXO300 received approval to be operated on pristine Lake Constance in Europe.
Volunteers from the Maine Marine Trades Association rode snowmobiles and snowshoed to remote Slaughter Pond in the Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area.
Hundreds of leaders participated in Correct Craft’s online business-culture event last week.
The U.S. and European Union agreed to a four-month pause on some tariffs, but the tariffs on steel and aluminum, as well as American boat exports, remain.
Bellwether Financial is investing $330 million in the mixed-use project, which will include renovating the marina and building restaurants, shops and hotels.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, Sea Tow is highlighting 18-year employee Alicia Grattan.
Stripers Forever says a 10-year harvest moratorium will save striped bass from another population collapse.
NMMA president Frank Hugelmeyer said the boating business grew 12 percent last year during yesterday’s virtual State of the Boating Industry address.
The pontoon builder plans to add jobs at its new facility in Elkhart County, Ind., and increase manufacturing output.
Longtime telecom financial executive Roger A. Kuebel assumes the position that COO Brent Bruun had held in an interim capacity.
RBFF’s Take Me Fishing campaign offers embeddable fishing and boating map
The engine manufacturer, which also announced an extension of its supply partnership with the Ferretti Group, now meets major emissions standards worldwide.
Mack Boring will now offer ePropulsion’s electric outboards in the entire North American and Central American markets.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will distribute funds to states to bolster conservation projects and recreational opportunities.