Unprecedented demand’ causes Yamaha to delay engine shipments

In light of “unprecedented demand,” Yamaha Motor Corp. is asking its counterparts in Japan to focus on reallocating products to the United States so the company can fill orders. Specifically, Yamaha said that due to “a perfect storm of challenges” it is unable to meet demand for the 2.8-liter, 4.2-liter V6 and 5.3-liter V8 outboards…

Dream Fishing Destinations and Trips: Marlin Magazine

Q: What is your dream sport-fishing destination: Four boatbuilders’ wish-list trips Staff Jim Turner Release Boatworks Egg Harbor, New Jersey Courtesy Jim Turner One of my favorite destinations has always been Guatemala. The sheer number of billfish there always made it an easy decision. Plus I love old boats, so it was a place we…

Regulator Announces Mid-Year Model Upgrades

November 20, 2017 (EDENTON, NC) – Regulator Marine, manufacturers of the finest in offshore sportfishing boats, hosted its largest annual “Regulator Marine University” (RMU) to date November 13-15 in Edenton, NC. In addition to providing three days of interactive training sessions, seminars with Yamaha and Garmin, and keynote speeches from renowned sales experts, the company…

September New Powerboat Registrations Up 4.4 Percent

11/17/2017 12:00:00 AM | Statistics NMMA’s New Powerboat Registrations Report has been updated through September 2017, and advance data show new powerboat registrations were up 4.4 percent year-over-year (YOY) for the rolling twelve-month (R12M) period through September. Highlights from the report include: • Nearly all segments were up through September (R12M YOY). Growth in registrations was…