Maine builder wins classic replica award

Author:
Updated:
Original:

Callinectes Boatworks, a startup company located in Kennebunkport, Maine, received an Antique and Classic Boat Society show award for Best of Class Contemporary Replica.

The Julie Lynne, a 2009 prototype from Callinectes, is about 16 feet, built of cold-molded Spanish cedar and powered by a jet pump.

"I've been leery of entering our contemporary runabouts in judged competitions, not sure of their fit, but after a conversation with some good friends at Ynot Yachts, I bit the bullet," company owner Glen Shivel said in a statement. "We were floored when we were recognized as reintroducing classically styled runabouts to a production line.

Click here for the full release.

Related

Registration Open for IWMC

ICOMIA’s World Marinas Conference is scheduled for Oct. 12-14 in Dubai.

YellowV Appoints Product Sales Manager

The Vetus company aims to target growth in the watersports sector by appointing Nick Tuinenburg as product sales manager.

Lowrance, White River Marine Strengthen Collaboration

Electronics packages from the Navico subsidiary, including Ghost trolling motors, are set to be standard equipment on select White River boat brands.

Dealers: Will You Attend Boat Shows?

Will the shortage of boat inventory and other supply-chain challenges influence dealer decisions to attend fall and winter boat shows?

Change is Coming, Ready or Not

Every marine business must prepare for all kinds of technology that will upend the industry, fast.

A Record Q2 for Brunswick

With strong global demand in all its business segments, Brunswick Corp. reported another stellar quarter, posting a 57 percent jump in net sales.

OneWater Adds PartsVu

The online marketplace for marine parts, accessories and electronics posted $25 million in sales over the last year.