The marine industry is a global enterprise. Builders, dealers, marinas, equipment manufacturers and other businesses are found worldwide, and there are major boat shows on all continents.
Scandinavian Builder of Dual-Console, Outboard-Powered runabouts Enters U.S. Market
Draco Boats touts its “sleek Scandinavian design.”
Small business may get a boost by European Commission
Commission releases plan to make small and medium-sized businesses “future ready.”
Young yacht designers recognized in international competition
The first Rossinavi Design Challenge was part of the Seatec technology conference.
Two leading Italian marine trade associations unite
Ucina and Nautica Italiana become Confindustria Nautica
How the European Green New Deal could change boating
Europe’s goal to become the first climate-neutral continent by 2050 was at the center of the Sea Tourism Summit during Boot Düsseldorf.
New law in Australia could create thousands of marine jobs
Today’s passage of the Special Recreational Vessels Bill 2019 could contribute an estimated $1.7 billion to the Australian economy.
Genoa International Boat Show will celebrate Columbus Day in NY
The event will set the stage for launching the 60th Genoa Show.
More than 10 boats seized from Canadian dealership
The outlet is being investigated for questionable business practices.
Italy and Cyprus charter operators targeted by EU over ‘illegal tax breaks’
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.
Queensland government to invest $13 million in dredging
The Australian state says it will open up the Gold Coast Marine Industry precinct to superyacht traffic.
Officina Italiana Design celebrates 25th anniversary
The studio entered the megayacht sector with a recently launched 164-foot Riva.