Marine Industry
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Even if demand for yachts never returns to where it was before the recession, manufacturers and craftsmen will still be making boats in Rhode Island. more
Seven years into what he says is a thriving boat-rental business that offers eight sail and power boats, Wickford Boat Rentals owner Dave Fetherston got a notice from his insurance carrier that he was being dropped. more
Jason Learning, a nonprofit established by oceanographer Robert Ballard that teaches students about science, technology, engineering and math, is expected to receive $500,000 in Rhode Island state funding on Monday. more
The 43rd annual Newport International Boat Show, held Sept. 12-15, saw an 8 percent increase in paid attendance over last year’s event, with many exhibitors reporting strong sales. more
She never worked on a fishing boat, but CPA Anne Jardin knows the fishing industry inside out from her work at Jardin and Dawson Inc., in New Bedford, which provides an extensive range of financial services for those who work on the water. more
The owners of Interstate Navigation and Rhode Island Fast Ferry are at it again. more
The port of Point Judith, which has seen a steady reduction in the size of its local fishing fleet since the 1990s, received a much-needed economic boost this year from out-of-town vessels. more
The Rhode Island Marine Trades Association will honor Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and Hunt Yachts President Peter Van Lancker at its fourth annual Industry Partnership Breakfast on Sept. 14. more
The town of Bristol has been awarded an $861,000 grant from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to turn the downtown Naval Reserve Armory into a municipal maritime center. more
Luxury boat builder Hunt Yachts Inc. has been purchased by New York-based Scout Partners Inc., which bought another Portsmouth-based yacht manufacturer, The Hinckley Company, in 2010. more
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