Trade Only follows developments in lawsuits that can have a significant effect on companies or sections of the worldwide marine industry.
Go Surf Assist will pay royalties moving forward.
The man filed suit saying Little Bay Lobster pushed activity that compromised his judgement.
The nonprofit Willamette Riverkeeper says wakes generated by the boats threaten native fish.
The borough of Edgewater, which manages the Edgewater Marina, was sued by a woman who suffered brain injuries after a fall.
Stuart residents want the agency to reduce the level of Lake Okeechobee to prevent breaches that cause toxic algae blooms during summer.
Boat Central, a dry-stack project in Marina del Rey, was canceled by the county at the last minute.
Anticipating a negative verdict, Discovery Yachts filed for administration and named a new managing director.
The complaint centers on the planned destruction of New Savannah Lock and Dam.
The former residents are now homeless.
He initially sued BoatUS, saying he was owed insurance money for the sinking.
“Admiralty jurisdiction” doesn’t apply to the accident that killed 17 people.
Sen. Jim Gaughran has drafted laws that would revoke licenses of BWI convicts, and stepped up calls after a weekend death in a boating fatality.
The insurer said that because the repairs “contributed” to the sinking, the policy “excludes the claimed loss. The judge agreed.
An insurance company is asking for relief from financial responsibility for wrongful death claims.
The Florida city would pay a nearby condominium tower to allow the club and waterfront hotel to be built.