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Nautique introduces Ski Nautique 200 towboat

Nautique has introduced its first-ever Nautique 200 with a marketing eye aimed at schools, camps and families that want a boat for skiing and wakeboarding. With standard options that can pull skiers and riders through the course or on the open lake, the AWSA tournament-approved towboat is designed off the hull of the record-breaking Ski Nautique 200. The Nautique 200 ...

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Ranger Boats expands Deep V aluminum line

Ranger's Deep V Aluminum line of boats is expanding with the introduction of the all-new VX1888, VX1788 and VS1660 models. "We have long received positive feedback from customers and dealers on the versatility of our popular 1850MS Reata and 1880MS Angler. We wanted to extend those features and benefits to our aluminum line in the VX1888 and VX1788 and are ...

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Yanmar sterndrive launch completes mid-range series

Yanmar Marine International has launched a line-up of 4LV sterndrive marine diesel engine models to complete its 4LV series of common rail engines. “We are delighted to announce the availability of the full Yanmar 4LV Series range with ZT370 sterndrive,” said Floris Lettinga, Yanmar Marine International director of sales and marketing. “The new models include a wide range of available ...

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U.S. DOC announces final aluminum sheet duties

The U.S. Department of Commerce has issued its final antidumping and countervailing duties on Chinese common alloy aluminum sheet products of 96.3 percent to 176.2 percent. The National Marine Manufacturers Association and its industry partners have urged the government to remove all duties on aluminum sheet, and recently testified before the U.S. International Trade Commission regarding this issue. The duties ...

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Regulator Marine announces model upgrades, sales honors

Regulator Marine recently announced a series of mid-model year upgrades and top sales honors at its annual “Regulator Marine University” in Edenton, N.C. Upgrades were then showcased to Regulator customers and fans at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Mid-model year upgrades include: FLIR 232 thermal camera – now available on the Regulator 31, 34, 34SS, and 41 ($4,995); Seakeeper2 ...

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Nautical Ventures named Axopar Boats’ Best International Dealer

For the second year in a row, Nautical Ventures has received The Best International Dealer Award from Axopar Boats during their recent International Dealer Meeting. On Oct. 24, Helsinki-based Axopar Boats hosted over 75 dealers from around the world in Palma de Majorca, and recognized Nautical Ventures as a model dealership for sales, service and customer satisfaction. Axopar Boats is ...

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MarineMax names new real estate vice president

MarineMax has recently named Sam Lowrey as its vice president of real estate. Lowery joined MarineMax over 14 years ago, after several years with BoatUS, where, among other duties, he also oversaw that organization’s real estate operations. “This will be an exciting new challenge, and I look forward to expanding upon my past experience to move MarineMax forward,” Lowrey said. ...

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Advantage Marine joins Glasstream dealer network

Glasstream Powerboats has announced the appointment of Advantage Marine as its authorized dealer for the Lake of the Ozarks area. “Advantage Marine has the dynamics we look for when selecting a new dealer,” said Glasstream Powerboats President Kruis Retherford. “They have an aggressive, hard working, sales team and a strong commitment to customer satisfaction.” As a Glasstream dealer, Advantage Marine ...

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NMMA webinar will recap 2018 midterm elections

Tomorrow is Election Day and there is a lot at stake for the recreational boating industry. To provide analysis of the results and what they mean for the industry’s 2019 legislative agenda, NMMA is hosting a webinar for all stakeholders Friday, Nov. 9. Click the following link to register: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/550808441057214722 The webinar is part of NMMA’s biennial, non-partisan effort to give ...

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MarineMax expands financing capacity to $400 million

MarineMax, Inc. announced today that it has expanded its financing facility to provide for borrowings of up to $400 million from its previous limit of $350 million. The expanded facility has a three-year term, expiring in October 2021, and it has two, one-year options to renew, subject to lender approval, the company reported. Borrowings under the facility are secured primarily ...

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