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It's "All Go" for 2022 - North American MarineBusinessWorld newsletter

by Peter Rendle 3 Mar 08:00 PST
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As the world scales down its Covid restrictions the North American boating industry is gearing up for 2022 with a renewed optimism and plenty of activity. We will be emailing a two-weekly summary of the past few day's postings.

More news may be accessed at Marine Business World: North American-based news from the largest boating news network.

Boat Shows

Scout sets another record at 2022 Miami International Boat Show

Miami International Boat Show attracts more than 100,000 visitors

Sunseeker secures £30m in retail sales at Miami International Boat Show

Fantastic February at Viking Yachts

Expansions

Outer Reef Yachts launches Latin American division to meet increasing demand

Caframo expands and reshapes its global sales team

YSS, a unique new stevedoring company, opens in Port Everglades, Florida

RBFF growing team; hiring for three positions

People

World Cat announces retirement of Vice President of Product Development Chris Brockway

Awards

Three Brunswick women leaders selected for the prestigious Manufacturing Institute STEP Award

Sunstream® receives NMMA Innovation Award for SunLift SLX

Grady-White Boats recognized for continuous excellence in customer satisfaction awards

Funding

U.S. Department of Transportation announces historic new funding to strengthen port infrastructure

US Coast Guard Foundation announces 2022 Scholarship Opportunities

George H.W. Bush Vamos A Pescar Education Fund awards grants to fifteen programs in six states

New Boats

Maritimo S75 Sedan Motor Yacht Global Reveal

New Products

Lowrance introduce the GHOST 360

Financials

Johnson Outdoors announces cash dividend

Peter Rendle
MarineBusinessWorld.com Editor

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