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Bentley Collins and the dawn of Back Cove Yachts.
Q&A with Regulator Marine’s Joan Maxwell.
Tier III rules will take effect in 2024.
MarineMax announced that it acquired Oconto, Wis.-based KCS International, the parent company of Cruisers Yachts, paying $63 million for the 68-year-old builder.
Training the future workforce for the marine industry.
For three generations, family-run Teak Isle Manufacturing has designed and created specialty items for boatbuilders.
Leaders in carbon offsets and sequestration say marine-based “blue carbon” projects are the next big idea.
She of the Sea: making yachting more diverse.
The America’s Cup needs gender diversity.
L Catterton has a controlling interest in the retailer.
Is it time for the industry to standardize trolling motor ratings?
Yamaha and Siren Marine: a strategic pairing.
Advocacy efforts to continue the industry’s momentum.
But Return Link Service may be a game-changer.
On June 1, the European Union’s retaliatory tariff on American-built boats is set to double.
Covid-19’s continued effects, shipping container scarcity and other factors continue to disrupt product pipelines.
Navico’s Knut Frostad on today’s marine electronics.
Exploring these three pillars of business can help you develop a powerful brand and culture.
Total clarity and the power to control engagement on their terms is what today’s consumers expect, says Rollick CEO Bernie Brenner.
PowerTech Propellers started out as a company making products to meet a need and has grown into one of the biggest independent manufacturers in the world.
Bullish on the leisure lifestyle, on many levels.
Major aftermarket players discuss plans going forward.
Supplier stories on positioning for the future.