After selling $50 million worth of yachts at FLIBS, Azimut executives are planning on it.
The national anthem, a ribbon-cutting by the U.S. ambassador to the Netherlands and optimistic exhibitors all mark the start of the show.
Italian, Dutch and English builders all reported strong activity last week.
The French giant plans to continue an aggressive new-product development schedule, as well as build European brands in the United States.
The French builder says production will start later this year.
The electronics manufacturer will show new lines for launch in Q1 2019.
The U.S. and Canadian governments agreed to a trade deal just hours before a U.S.-imposed deadline.
NMMA president Thom Dammrich calls its passage “critical” to the future of boating.
The restructuring plan involves cutting the number of models by half, bringing engineering in-house and launching a dealer council.
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.