Windy Boats to Make U.S. Debut with Nautical Ventures

Author:
Updated:
Original:
1_windy-press-release-nautical-ventures-002

Boatbuilder Windy Scandinavia named Nautical Ventures of Florida its U.S. distribution partner.

Nautical Ventures has locations in Dania Beach, Palm Beach, Tampa Bay, Sarasota and Fort Lauderdale.

2_Windy_SR44_DSCF1589

“We are excited to bring the European-built Windy Boat brand … to the North American Market,” Nautical Ventures CEO Roger Moore said in a statement. “We see this Scandinavian brand dovetailing nicely with our current European boat lines.”

Windy CEO Trevor Fenlon added: “It is exciting to bring our range to the U.S., and we look forward to working with Nautical Ventures, whose wealth of experience will be invaluable to us.”

3_WIndy_27solano_cannes_0219

Nautical Ventures and Windy plan to debut the SR44SX Blackhawk at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show later this year.

Related

Distributor Expands ePropulsion Sales Territory

Mack Boring will now offer ePropulsion’s electric outboards in the entire North American and Central American markets.

Registration Still Open for NMMA Webinar

The March 4 State of the Industry webinar includes the presentation of the Marine Industry Customer Satisfaction Index Awards and the Alan J. Freedman Award.

Rollick Secures $8.5 million in Funding

The market strategists said Web traffic in the third quarter of 2020 was up 245 percent on a year-over-year basis.

Time to Cry Foul Over Erie Canal Changes

An act has been introduced in the waning days of New York’s annual budget process that allows no opportunity for public input.

Service to Send $1 Billion to State Wildlife Agencies

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will distribute funds to states to bolster conservation projects and recreational opportunities.

Quick Hits: March 1, 2021

Safe Harbor Newport Shipyard adds SF Marina floating dock array.

Patrick Supports Care Camps

The outdoors camps for children with cancer receive a first-time gift and marketing support from Patrick Industries.

Brunswick Creates Autonomy Position

The company promoted Jason Arbuckle to marine autonomy technology lead, with a focus on incorporating autonomous and driver-assist features into its product line.