Skip to main content

Manufacturers debut new Web sites

Two boat manufacturers recently announced the launch of new Web sites.

Weldcraft Boats’ new site can be found at www.weldcraftmarine.com. The site contains interactive content, including an application that takes users through a factory tour to demonstrate the manufacturing process, while an adjacent window compares operational costs to other activities such as golfing and vacationing.

Through independent marine dealers, Weldcraft manufactures and distributes a full line of boats ranging from 17-26 feet.

Duckworth Boat Works’ new site can be found at www.duckworthboats.com. The site contains more than 100 pages of photography, detailed model descriptions and a library of professionally-produced videos. The core of the site is the E-adventure portal where users can read and share boating adventures.

Duckworth has been building aluminum boats for more than 40 years.

Both manufacturers are Renaissance Marine Group companies.

Related

MASS.RECREATION

Mass. Opens Office of Outdoor Recreation

The new office will coordinate outdoor recreation policy, identify funding opportunities and more.

ONEWATER

OneWater Marine Completes Acquisition

Harbor View Marine has a marina facility in Pensacola, Fla., and a dealership in Orange Beach, Ala.

POINT.SOUTH

Florida Panhandle Marina Reopens

Destroyed by Hurricane Michael in 2018, Point South Marina in Port St. Joe has new drystack storage and is adding slips.

WAKESPORTS

Wakesports Luminaries Recognized

The 2022 class of Wakesports Hall of Fame inductees includes influential pioneers from the sport’s earliest years.

SEATOW

Sea Tow Holds Annual Meeting

The company presented awards in a variety of categories, including the Captain Joe Frohnhoefer Visionary Award, named for Sea Tow’s founder.

FOUR-WINNS-ELECTRIC

Four Winns Launches Electric Boat

The builder partnered with Vision Marine Technologies on the H2e, a production bowrider powered by an electric outboard.