Dealers and Distributors


Our weekly roundup of dealers and distributors includes news from Liquid Sports Marine, CWR Electronics and Win-Tron Electronics.

 Liquid Sports Marine has become the exclusive representative for Malibu Boats in central and northern Florida.

"Liquid Sports Marine has been the pre-eminent inboard and water sports boat dealer in Orlando for nearly 15 years," said Malibu vice president of sales and marketing Paul Singer, in a statement.

"The staff, store and customer base has the vibe, vitality and energy Malibu looks for in a retail environment, and we are energized about where they will take the brand," he added.

Liquid Sports Marine has locations in Orlando and Jacksonville, Fla.

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CWR Electronics is now offering products from Golight, a leading global designer and manufacturer of remote controlled and handheld lighting solutions.

Bayville, N.J.-based CWR also acquired new lines from three other manufacturers: RAM Mounts, Witecap and GME.

CWR is a full-service distributor of marine, outdoor and consumer recreational products.

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Win-Tron Electronics has been selected to distribute the new, compact Iridium 9555 Satellite Phone.

"The Iridium 9555 is not only the smallest satellite phone Iridium has ever made, it's also the most powerful," said Eddie Winder, senior vice president of Win-Tron Electronics, in a statement.

Spring Lake Heights, N.J.-based Win-Tron Electronics offers the new Iridium 9555 Satellite Phone wholesale-only to reselling dealers.


A Win for Gulf Reef Fish

The newly authorized DESCEND Act requires anglers to use descending gear when releasing catches in federal Gulf of Mexico waters.

Coast Guard Foundation Names Chairman

Thomas A. Allegretti will lead the non-profit’s board of directors.

In-Person Charleston Show Opens Friday

Under Covid-19 guidelines, the South Carolina boat show has a modified format for the safety of attendees and exhibitors.

Polaris Sees Q4 Surge

The powersports manufacturer had solid gains in every segment, with boat sales up 20 percent.

ABYC Updates Board

The group added a new member and elected several officers, including Nancy Cueroni as chairman.

Quick Hits: January 27, 2021

ICOMIA release its latest state of the industry report; one of the country’s largest waterjet cutting machines goes online at Maine’s Front Street Shipyard; and T-H Marine Supplies names a new national sales and marketing manager.

Changing Currents

E-mobility efforts remain centered outside of the U.S.

Q&A with Martin Bjuve

Volvo Penta of the Americas president and lifelong boater Martin Bjuve.

The Evolving Retail Culture

Finding new ways to connect with boaters.