Miami boat show roundup

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As the industry gathered at the 69th annual Miami International Boat Show, Soundings Trade Only offered comprehensive coverage of the news, people and products at the show.

For those who were busy at the show, below is a summary of links to the stories filed by the Trade Only Today team from Miami Beach. Look for continuing coverage of Miami show stories in upcoming newsletters.

VIDEO: Platinum Equity addresses post-Genmar future

VIDEO: Trade Only roundtable in Miami

NMMA president talks about the state of the industry

Innovation Awards handed out in Miami

Yamaha Marine Group president stepping down

Honda, Suzuki roll out new 4-strokes

Mercury event in Miami previews new products

Marine journalists gather for industry talk in Miami

Mercury's ECO-Screen wins 'green product' award

Trade Only, Soundings win writing awards

Miami show opens with high hopes


Dealers cautiously optimistic in March

Potential tariffs on aluminum and aluminum sheet are the most concerning policy issue facing the industry outside of workforce challenges, with the spread of E15 following closely behind, according to a new dealer survey.

Full Slate at ABC

A slew of major marine industry issues — including some it has confronted for years — are closer than ever to being resolved, making the American Boating Congress, May 9-11 in Washington, D.C., the most crucial to date, organizers say.

Hinckley’s Scott Bryant

The Hinckley Company has long been a leader in technology, and in 2017, it became the first production boatbuilder to roll out an all-electric luxury yacht, Dasher.