Tag Archives: Nautique

Correct Craft steps up during coronavirus crisis

Correct Craft’s team has stepped up to join in the fight against COVID-19. The company and its subsidiaries are working to serve in this global pandemic by helping fill the gap of PPE (personal protective equipment) shortages in local communities across the country. Some examples of work being done by Correct Craft companies include: Centurion & Supreme Boats have donated ...

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Making memories in Miami

Miami Boat Show

By David Gee Cool products, cool people, cool place and warm weather. That is, or was, the 2020 Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show. And five days, 100,000 people, and lots of sales later, it has successfully concluded. There were some preview events last Wednesday, but for the media, Thursday is the big day. Myself, Boating Industry managing editor Adam ...

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Correct Craft employees volunteer with Habitat for Humanity

Over the past two weeks, 52 employees from Nautique Boats, Aktion Parks, Watershed Innovation and Correct Craft volunteered with Habitat for Humanity. Employees spent the past two Saturdays assembling a home. The homes start as a concrete slab and end up move-in ready for a Central Florida family in need. Correct Craft employees were assigned to houses needing final touch ups before the homes ...

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Correct Craft companies host Manufacturing Day events

On Oct. 4, Correct Craft and its manufacturing companies across the country participated in Manufacturing Day by hosting students at its factories. Five Correct Craft plants from Florida to California invited students to learn about both boat manufacturing processes and job opportunities in marine manufacturing. Correct Craft companies also gave the students plant tours. Centurion and Supreme Boats partnered with ...

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Correct Craft hosts meeting with Congressman Darren Soto

Correct Craft, in partnership with the National Association of Manufacturers and the National Marine Manufacturers Association, hosted a meeting with U.S. Representative Darren Soto. After touring Correct Craft’s Nautique boat building plant, Congressman Soto and Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin discussed various national issues and how they impact Correct Craft, the boating industry and the broader business community. NAM representatives ...

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Lake Union Sea Ray changes name to Union Marine

Lake Union Sea Ray announced its name will change to Union Marine effectively immediately. At the same time, the company unveiled a new identity and website at www.unionmarine.com. The new site prominently features the company’s inventory sales & service departments at their three locations in Seattle, Fife & Bellingham. The redesigned site allows customers to shop with ease and find ...

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Nautique recognized by United Safety Council for 2018 Corporate Safety Achievement Award

Nautique has been recognized by the United Safety Council this week as a Gold Status winner of the 2018 Corporate Safety Achievement Award.  As the highest designation for the United Safety Council in the State of Florida, the Nautique team was extremely proud to take home this achievement. The team at Nautique has been fully committed to integrating safe strategies ...

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MRAA, Nautique grow Dealer Certification partnership

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The Marine Retailers Association participation at the 2018 Nautique Boats Sales Training in Orlando, Fla., continued to attract new dealers into the Marine Industry Certified Dealership program. Today, there are nearly 50 percent of Nautique’s dealers enrolled in Certification.  “We understand the importance of investing in tools that will foster growth and development across our dealer networks,” said Nautique Boats ...

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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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Nautique team helps rebuild in Puerto Rico

A group of employees and athletes from the Nautique Boat Company visited the island of Puerto Rico to help rebuild a home devastated by last year’s hurricane. Even after a full year in recovery, there is still plenty of work to be done in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria caused significant damage to homes, businesses and infrastructure on the island. ...

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