ABBRA details IBEX boatyard tour

Author:
Updated:
Original:

The American Boat Builders & Repairers Association released an interactive e-brochure detailing its upcoming Boatyard Tour and Roundtable, scheduled to follow the International BoatBuilders' Exhibition and Conference Oct. 14-16 in Miami.

The Boatyard Tour and Roundtable provides attendees with an in-depth look at eight marine service and repair facilities, complete with daily analyses facilitated by Jim Bronstien of Marine Business Advisors.

Facilities on the tour include Lauderdale Marine Center, Harbour Towne Marine, Roscioli Yachting Center, Keystone Point Marine, Bill Bird Marina, Merrill Stevens, Haulover Marine Center and Point and Bradford Marine. The daily roundtable discussions will analyze strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of each facility on that day's agenda.

"This conclusive peer analysis will serve as an exceptional learning tool for all participants involved," said Doug Domenie, ABBRA's president, in a statement. "In today's economic climate, we hope to provide participants with the tools necessary to improve their operations in every respect."

For information, call Jessica at (401) 247-0318.

Click here for the full release.

Related

Yanmar Names Power Solutions Division Manager

Carl J. Micu will oversee sales and the development of long-term growth plans.

Lippert Components Rebrands

The company’s core line of marine, RV and commercial products, including Lewmar and Taylor Made, will be branded as Lippert.

‘A Strong Finish to a Strong Year’

Booming demand for boats continued as the year ended, with the industry posting the highest number of sales since 2007.

Culture Summit 2.0

Correct Craft will gather “organizational culture drivers” for its second summit, which will take place virtually March 3.

Quick Hits: January 22, 2021

B.A.S.S. now taking noms for ‘21 Bassmaster High School All-American Fishing Team and Yacht Sentinel teams with Fountaine Pajot to equip its lineup with connected boat technology.

Teak Isle Expands Operations

The Florida-based manufacturer purchased a 45,000-square-foot facility and two additional CNC routers.