As water temperatures rise, more species of fish are being found in unexpected places.
As head of the BoatUS catastrophe team, Mike McCook has been the first on site to assess hurricane damage for 30 years.
Marine companies are now confronting the enormous and growing problem of cleaning up the oceans.
Mercury Racing launches the supercharged 450R, its most powerful outboard ever.
The National Hurricane Center has upgraded storm forecasting models to improve accuracy.
How the largest companies are going green.
With a new governor and federal funding, strategies are being developed for Florida waters.
In first stages, programs are starting around the world.
Thom Dammrich on how the industry can retain first-time boat owners.
Diversity in the industry is taking place from the shop floor to the C-Suite.
These legacy dealers continue to evolve under a new set of challenges.
Bass fishing has found an unlikely following: Students are joining college and high-school teams by the thousands.
Economy Report: Confidence has rebounded as the industry leaves behind a wet, sluggish first half of 2019.
Five families show how multiple generations can shape diverse segments.
How the Kushner brothers moved TACO from a swimming-pool supplier into a national marine brand.
Two-step distributors are navigating the harsh, new rules of distribution.
Discover Boating’s social-media campaign zeroes in on first-time buyers.
Is new technology making boats too expensive for first-time buyers?
An inside look at the families who have designed and built our boats.
Now partners, the MRAA and NMMA have come a long way in 20 years.
Marine engines have reinvented themselves since 1979. Here are the milestones.
At 91, S2 chairman Leon Slikkers is just getting started.