The builder hopes to fill a void in the yacht category.
Dealers had contrasting feedback, but many said show sales were difficult to close.
NauticStar boats will shift to larger boats up to 39 feet.
A California yacht club that discovered it couldn’t serve meals to the Coast Guard during the government shutdown looks to change ethics rules.
Company expects tariffs to cost $85 million in 2019.
Dealer sentiment plummets to the lowest point ever in the survey.
Outboards, center consoles and larger boats were the trends exhibitors saw during winter show season.
ABYC will launch a training program for instructors this summer.
Advocates tout the bill’s passage, but say the real work has just begun.
The group is pushing to open an exemption process for the last round of tariffs announced in late summer.
Despite initial confusion, the retaliatory tariff will not be lifted.
Organizers released the itinerary for the nearly 90-year-old boat, RV and sail show.
Yamaha says the campaign is “designed to generate an emotional response from people who have limited knowledge of fisheries policy.”
Survey shows three- to five-year outlook at a new low
As systems become more complex, Clarion says dealers increasingly need support that brick-and-mortar stores offer.
U.S.-built boats sold to Canada and Mexico will continue to have duties despite agreement.
December’s Marine Dealer Conference and Expo will be the last produced by MRAA and Boating Industry magazine.
Total boat sales were down in September but are still on track for 3.5 percent growth this year.