Correct Craft, based in Orlando, Fla., is the producer of Nautique boats and the owner of the Orlando Watersports Complex and the Miami Watersports Complex through its subsidiary Aktion Parks.
The boat is lightweight to maximize range and intended to be ultra-quiet to help catch more fish.
Honor recognizes efforts by entire company.
It was designed by University of Central Florida students.
The 360-degree videos showcase every boat in the Nautique fleet.
In an op-ed, Bill Yeargin says President Trump must “close the deal” on trade negotiations.
Depending on the replacement, Ryan Zinke’s departure could leave a void in boating’s agenda with the federal agency.
Executive vice president/chief of staff has been with the company for 37 years.
The builder will provide a per-boat rebate for 2020 model year boats sold to any dealers who achieve Certified Dealer status.
Industry veteran has more than 20 years of experience.
The year’s award was the first time Nautique has formally recognized supplier performance.
Correct Craft subsidiary helped attendees make model electric boats.
Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin argues that legal immigration is a proven way to fuel the workforce.
Manufacturing Day events were held at Yamaha’s propeller outfit and at Correct Craft facilities.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce hands out the annual award.
In an op-ed, Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin said the company’s workforce has doubled in the past few years.
The company met with Torqeedo, SeaArk and a group of senior engineering students to develop the quiet aluminum fishing boat.