Monthly reports on sales of brokerage boats help the industry understand the sizes and types of used vessels that consumers are buying and how long it takes to sell them.
German real-estate firm opens first ‘yachting shop’ in California
Engel & Völkers is opening a brokerage office in Newport Beach.
Texas House kills, then reverses course and passes bill for tax break on yachts
If voted into law, legislator says Texas would be better able to compete with Florida on new-boat and brokerage sales.
Bam! Emeril Lagasse’s 70-foot Viking Aldente up for sale
The celebrity chef is taking delivery of a 76-foot Viking to compete in sportfishing tournaments in the Gulf of Mexico.
Nicholson Yachts and Seaton Yachts form partnership
The companies will now offer combined services through offices in Spain and the Southeast U.S.
Fort Lauderdale businessman gets prison time for defrauding investors in charter firm
A Fort Lauderdale businessman who headed Waters Club Holdings Inc. has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for fraud.
Yachtworld and Marinalife form partnership
Yachtworld, a network for brokers and buyers of luxury yachts, has teamed with Marinalife, a web directory of marina information to create a membership-based program that connects boaters and industry experts.
Brokerage sales fall 12% in July; prices up among smaller boats
In July the number of boats sold through U.S. brokerage firms fell 12 percent, a deeper recurrence of a scenario that has played out several times in 2017 when comparing monthly sales figures against the previous year.