Will the shortage of boat inventory and other supply-chain challenges influence dealer decisions to attend fall and winter boat shows?
Set to open its borders to fully vaccinated U.S. residents next month, our neighbor to the north could be facing a strike by Canadian border guards and customs officials. Plus, the Great Lakes welcomes a newly designated marine sanctuary.
The 4th generation, family-run Strong’s Marine has put client service at the top of its agenda for over 75 years.
The widespread reopening continues.
Reinforcing and following your vision.
Today’s marketing is more data-driven science than art.
Correct Craft aims for carbon neutrality by 2025.
NMMA’s president shares its two chief advocacy priorities.
The iPhone is the key to a waterborne July Fourth weekend.
Digital switching systems are becoming the industry norm.
It’s August 2021, and your customers want to know where their boat is.
Is service a solution when dealer showrooms are empty?
Around the country, boaters and anglers are drawing attention to matters of concern and demanding action, from algae blooms to red tide and invasive species.
With so many new boaters on the water, the MIA of Southwest Florida and Tampa Bay assembled law enforcement and government agencies with more than 30 marine businesses to address boating safety.
With low water levels plaguing the West, it’s not the first time this suggestion has been brought up.
A boating advocate and a driving force behind the Boating Trades Association of Metropolitan Houston, Lovell died July 6.
Summer shows return to Seattle and Cleveland, PPP payback deadlines loom, and a new bill protects GPS users if there is 5G interference.
New-boat registrations in May were down compared with last year’s spring awakening but up overall on a year-over-year basis.
Saildrone has developed robotic surfboards that can collect sea-surface data during storms to aid in predicting their development and movement.
A Marine Industries Association of Southwest Florida and Tampa Bay study documents what the toxic events do to the bottom lines of marine businesses.
This month’s Pulse Report survey asks dealers about service aspects of their businesses.
Marine industry organizations are calling for a moratorium on offshore wind turbines in states with Great Lakes waters.
This month’s Pulse Report survey addresses the service department. Take the survey here.
Cameras and other surveillance means are critical, but here’s what you can do if your dealership falls victim to the rising incidence of thefts.