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NMMA reports gain in powerboat shipments

Wholesale powerboat shipments were up 3 percent in June among the National Marine Manufacturers’ control group of manufacturers.
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Wholesale powerboat shipments were up 3 percent through June among the National Marine Manufacturers’ control group of manufacturers, which represent about 68 percent of the market.

Outboard and inboard boats led growth and corresponding dollars were up 9.3 percent, according to the NMMA.

Personal watercraft shipments were up 19.7 percent year over year through June, continuing to be a high-volume industry growth driver.

A full report is available free to NMMA members that report; it is $400 for non-reporting members and $1,800 a year for non-members.

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