Designed like a Roomba, the Jellyfishbot collects oil, trash and other debris along on the surface.
For its Cadillac, Mich.-built brands, tariffs are eating into a strong sales year.
More than 900 water rescues, including 200 by the volunteer Cajun Navy, have taken place in North Carolina.
Kelly Grindle says that as more outboards go on, “price differential decreases” between inboards and large center consoles
Yellowfin filed the lawsuit against its rival in 2015 and the case made its way to the U.S. court of appeals.
The National Marine Distributors Association held its STEP conference July 23-27 at the Sheraton Chicago O’Hare hotel.
The Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building has updated its curriculum without losing its focus.
With no relief in sight from E.U., Canadian and Chinese tariffs, builders such as Brunswick Corp. are expecting a second-half impact to their bottom lines.
Navico CEO: Expect a more car-like experience on boats.
BoatAffair.com is moving beyond the Airbnb-style model with weekly boat trades.
Volvo Penta has announced a hybrid concept for its IPS propulsion.
At a media event last weekend in Gothenburg, Sweden, Volvo Penta officials said the company plans to expand its line of Seven Marine outboards to include models that could potentially range between 250 and 400 horsepower.
A panel of industry stakeholders at the American Boating Congress (ABC) shared ways they have advanced boating’s interests by lobbying and interacting with government agencies.
Panelists at the American Boating Congress (ABC) in Washington, DC, spoke about the uncertainties ahead for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) as negotiations continue next week.
The boating industry is facing a “perfect trade storm” of three different aluminum tariffs that are impacting supply and pricing, according to a panel at the NMMA’s American Boating Congress (ABC).