Many federal and state government regulations affect the marine industry. Trade Only follows developments as companies strive to operate in compliance with the rules.
The Australian government’s Department of Environment and Energy has finalized exhaust emissions standards for outdoor power equipment and marine engines.
The International Council of Marine Industry Associations has published its latest Environment Guide, which outlines the latest environmental legislation affecting Asia, Australia, the European Union and the U.S.
Outboard engine manufacturers that include Honda, BRP (Evinrude) and Suzuki are supporting an Australian bill that would toughen emission standards so they are on par with U.S. rules.
Three bills that would benefit the boating and fishing industries advanced in the U.S. Senate on Thursday.
The International Yacht Brokers Association is hosting a media event today with U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel, D-Fla.
The Florida legislature sent an Everglades restoration bill to Gov. Rick Scott.
California boaters will need to carry a boater safety education card, beginning in 2018.
The NMMA said the announcement represented a victory for the South Atlantic angling industry and anglers nationwide.
On the infrastructure side, improvements should benefit manufacturers, the firm said.
The MRA is urging California boaters to oppose a bill that would eliminate interest deductions on second homes.
A federal judge Tuesday blocked an Obama administration rule that would have extended overtime eligibility to 4 million Americans.
A long-awaited policy review has a coalition of recreational fishing advocates demanding Congress change laws.
Sea Tow issued safety tips for the Fourth of July weekend, when many boaters take to waterways to enjoy fireworks shows.
Starting in model-year 2018, boatbuilders with installed gasoline fuel tanks that sell boats in California will need to meet new evaporative emission regulations
Financial analysts continued to dice up the Federal Reserve’s 0.25 percent rate hike.
The Florida Yacht Brokers Association hired a law firm to help change a more than century-old federal law.