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NMMA reports increase in engine shipments in CanadaOpen in a New Window

Through August wholesale shipments of outboard engines in Canada for the National Marine Manufacturers Association’s control group of manufacturers were up 18 percent year over year on a rolling 12-month basis. The NMMA also said corresponding dollars were up 28.7 percent. Warranty card registrations were up 4.6 percent.


Malibu Boats unveils 2017 versions of two modelsOpen in a New Window

Malibu Boats said it has introduced new 2017 versions of its flagship M235 and Wakesetter 22 VLX models. The M235 debuted in 2016, and it has Malibu’s deepest hull and most luxurious cabin. Equipped with the company’s most powerful Monsoon engine, largest ballast capacity and full array of Integrated Surf Platform technologies, the M235 makes


Honda set to debut new engines at Georgia eventOpen in a New Window

Honda Marine will hold a media event next week to introduce its trio of new small engines and give journalists an opportunity to test its fleet of 4-stroke outboards. Honda’s Fall 2016 Experience, “Power and Performance in Play,” will take place at the Legacy Lodge & Conference Center at the Lake Lanier Islands Resort in


Newport show names winners of Edson AwardsOpen in a New Window

The Newport Exhibition Group, owners and producers of the Newport (R.I.) International Boat Show, has named the winners of this year’s Edson Awards for Excellence in Portraying Company Image. Four category winners received a $1,000 credit toward 2017 show contract costs from the producers. Edson also awarded a Star of the Show plaque to an


Michigan show reports attendance gainOpen in a New Window

Organizers of the Sept. 15-18 Metro Boat Show at Lake St. Clair Metropark in Michigan said paid attendance rose this year as more than 11,000 people visited a larger show that featured hundreds of boats. “It was a great show by all measures,” show manager Nicki Polan, executive director of the Michigan Boating Industries Association,


Early registration for dealer conference ends todayOpen in a New Window

Today is the last day for marine retailers to take advantage of early-bird registration pricing for the 2016 Marine Dealer Conference & Expo. Each registration processed by the end of the day today qualifies for a $25 discount per attendee, and members of the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas can also enjoy an additional


Legendary Marine set to open new store in FloridaOpen in a New Window

Destin, Fla.-based Legendary Marine said it has acquired the former Killinger Marine location in Pensacola and is preparing to open a store there Oct. 1. The dealer is hosting a job fair that continues today to fully staff the new store at 84 W. Airport Boulevard and is seeking qualified candidates for all positions, including


Sea Tow franchise in North Carolina has a new ownerOpen in a New Window

The Charlotte-area Sea Tow business that covers Lake Norman and Lake Wylie has a new owner. Sea Tow Services Intl. said Capt. John Ward brings to the business more than 12 years of experience as a captain. Ward also runs Sea Tow operations in Destin and Pensacola, Fla. On Lake Norman and Lake Wylie he


Volvo Penta adds dealer in BermudaOpen in a New Window

Volvo Penta of the Americas said it has named Spar Yard Marine Solutions as an authorized sales and service dealer in Bermuda. Bermuda will host the 35th America’s Cup, and Volvo said Spar Yard is well positioned to support the influx of leisure and commercial vessels leading up to and during the event next June.


NMEA conference attracts record attendanceOpen in a New Window

NAPLES, Fla. — The NMEA 2016 International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo drew a record 450 attendees with 50 exhibits, in-water boat demos and dozens of educational sessions.

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