MarineMax, based in Clearwater, Fla., is the nation’s largest recreational boat retailer and the largest Sea Ray dealer in the world.
MarineMax Vacations, which operates a charter company in the British Virgin Islands, is stepping up its display at the Progressive Miami International Boat Show so vacationers can see that the islands are open and ready to accept tourists.
MarineMax said it promoted Matthew Cini to general manager of its New York stores in Lindenhurst, Copiague, Chelsea Pier and Huntington.
MarineMax Vacations in the British Virgin Islands has prepared its fleet and restored base operations to resume charter deliveries in December.
MarineMax said it will donate a portion of new charter booking fees to help the rebuilding of the British Virgin Islands in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
MarineMax Inc. grew revenue more than 10 percent in its fiscal fourth quarter, to $250.6 million, from $227.4 million in the quarter last year, and increased same-store sales for the quarter by 5 percent, on top of 12 percent growth for the comparable period last year.
The MarineMax Vacations team in the British Virgin Islands is busy preparing the fleet and restoring base operations after Hurricane Irma to resume charter deliveries during the last week in November.
Michael Adams, vice president of innovation and technology at MarineMax, is a finalist for the Tampa Bay Business Journal 2017 Chief Information Officer of the Year award.
MarineMax Norwalk and MarineMax Westbrook launched a new mobile app in the Connecticut area to make scheduling boat service easier.
MarineMax Norwalk in Connecticut said it has added yacht specialist Bill Maschas.
Aquila Yachts will celebrate the one-year anniversary of its U.S. sales hub at MarineMax St. Petersburg on Aug. 19.