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STEP Ahead Awards honor marine industry women

Three women in the marine industry were recently honored with STEP Ahead Awards. The STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead initiative began in 2012 to celebrate women in the manufacturing industry who are making a difference through advocacy, mentorship, engagement, promotion, and leadership. The STEP Ahead Awards highlight the achievements of real women in manufacturing on a national stage. ...

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Crestliner introduces new Bass Hawk for 2018

Crestliner's new Bass Hawk builds upon the hull design of the Fish Hawk and features the raised bow and stern decks similar to the company's PT series. "We're really excited to introduce the Bass Hawk not only to hardcore bass anglers, but also to muskie and multiple-species anglers," said Jake Mirabal, Crestliner product manager. "The Bass Hawk's rugged build allows ...

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Steady as she goes

The pontoon boat segment was the first to recover in the wake of the downturn, and it continues to post steady and consistent sales growth year after year. Is this the new normal? “We’re again looking at growth in the high single-digit range.” “We expect growth to continue at the same rate, or even a little better than what we saw last year.” ...

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Lund launches new Impacts for 2018 line-up

The new Lund Impact 2018 line-up includes a redesign of the fishing-focused 1675, 1775, and 1875 Impact models, and also expands the XS series with new 1675 and 1775 models, which will join the company's redesigned 1875 and 2025 models. Built with Lund's IPS hull design, the full Impact line-up features a pronounced center keel, double-riveted seam construction, two reverse ...

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Crestliner, MarineTech partner on power steering system

Crestliner Boats, along with Brunswick Boat Group's freshwater brands, is partnering exclusively with marine accessory manufacturer MarineTech Products to incorporate Panther XPS, a hybrid cable and hydraulic power steering system, into its aluminum boats. "We view this partnership with MarineTech as a huge step forward in technology for our lineup," said Jake Mirabal, Crestliner product manager. "We're always looking for ...

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Simrad and Sea Ray announce partnership

In partnership with Sea Ray, the Simrad Go series, NSS evo3 and NSO black box systems are now an optional feature for owners of new 2018 model year Sea Ray Sport Boats and Sport Cruisers. The Simrad displays are designed to offer Sea Ray owners a user-friendly interface for all functions including charting, vessel management and integrated CHIRP and sonar. ...

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Boston Whaler celebrates 60th anniversary

Boston Whaler recently celebrated its 60th anniversary year with a weeklong series of media and dealer events in Florida. The company kicked off the week with an international media event Aug. 22 and Aug. 23, hosted at Southwestern Florida's Hyatt Sarasota Resort. A dealer meeting and 60th anniversary gala took place Aug. 23 to Aug. 25, followed by a consumer ...

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Boston Whaler introduces 350 Realm

Boston Whaler announced the introduction of the 350 Realm. Combining the open cockpit of a center console with a cabin boat, the 350 Realm is designed to empower boaters seeking to share new experiences with family and friends. The Realm was unveiled this week in Sarasota during a series of events kicking off Boston Whaler’s 60th anniversary year. President Nick ...

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Boston Whaler unveils new Montauk editions for 60th anniversary

Boston Whaler has released modern-day editions of its classic Montauk design as part of the company's 60th anniversary celebration. “The Montauk has always been about effortless utility and purposeful design,” said Jeff Vaughn, Whaler vice president of sales, marketing and customer service. “We worked to maintain that clean simplicity and ultimate reliability, while leveraging customer feedback to implement strategic upgrades.” ...

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Boston Whaler and Mercury Marine to aid MIT marine robotics research

For the past several years, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, through its Marine Autonomy Bay facility and affiliated programs, has been conducting extensive research into marine robotics and how they may be applied to boating. Brunswick Corporation has announced it is lending a hand to this initiative. MIT recently received a Boston Whaler 250 Outrage boat – powered by twin, ...

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