Consisting of builders, dealers, marinas, parts and accessories makers and sellers and the trade groups that serve them, the marine industry is a sprawling and colorful collection of companies and people. From the number and type of boats it sells to its advocacy for the rights of boaters to enjoy their recreation on pollution-free waters, using fuel that doesn't damage their engines, the industry makes news in many ways.
The New York Yacht Club’s AC75 is being prepared for sea trials.
NMMA welcomed the delay, but said the announcement was “another example of the confusion and uncertainty for US businesses the trade war is causing.”
About 18,000 tech positions will need to be filled by 2020
It’s running past New Orleans at 11 feet above sea level.
The man, whose mother was on the boat and is still missing, is also a person of interest in the murder of his millionaire grandfather.
CW Voyage lets the user change waypoints to get updated information.
Government action/inaction surpassed weather in July as dealers feel the weight of tariffs and too much inventory.
Technical education program will receive $100,000 in 2020.
The outlet is being investigated for questionable business practices.
The EU Commission says the two countries are allowing tax breaks on diesel fuel for charter yachts as well as too-low taxes on charter vessels.
Introducing himself, NMMA President-elect Frank Hugelmeyer recalls his background as a boater and outlines his strategy for the association.
The latest round of Trump tariffs targets $200 billion in Chinese imports.
The quiet start to 2019 is expected to continue with 6 hurricanes being forecast.