Foil-equipped powerboats are poised to enter the mainstream recreational marine market.
Today’s high-horsepower outboards are heavy, and produce prodigious power and torque — three factors that boatbuilders must balance.
Even after a banner 2020, lingering issues remain.
The boating boom has made marinas hot commodities.
Chuck Rowe’s 50 years of trailblazing at Indmar.
A design revolution is underway.
Mercury Marine’s MerCruiser Bravo Four S forward-facing drive looks to shake up the sterndrive wakesurf boat market.
Florida-based MYCO measures its trailers and cradles in 3-D to ensure a proper fit for each boat.
We asked a cross-section of industry leaders three questions as a look back on the year.
The influx of newbies to recreational boating.
Viking and Valhalla Boat Works had quite a FLIBS.
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, boatbuilders and suppliers are figuring out how to design better air-purifying systems.
Innovation at Grand Banks and Palm Beach Motor Yachts.
Regulations differ vastly at Europe’s boating hotspots.
Volvo Penta continues on its innovative path.
Silent-Yachts’ bold resort concept.
There’s nothing out there quite like Axopar boats.
How Cox Powertrain brought its breakthrough diesel outboard to production.
Facing the unprecedented challenges of a global pandemic, facility shutdowns, supply-chain issues and more, the industry as a whole continued to show remarkable resilience and kept pushing toward progress.
A look at a forward-thinking workshop.
Registration is now open for Metstrade Connect, taking place on Dec. 10.
Dealerships, service facilities and accessories manufacturers are carving out new niches with repowering projects
Ongoing supply chain disruptions add to industry struggles with meeting demand
Companies that offer alternatives to boat ownership have seen unprecedented demand, particularly among new boaters