US boating industry struggles to maintain normalcy


The uncoordinated response of federal, state and local governments across the US is creating a myriad of circustances for manufacturers, retailers and boaters themselves.

The US recreational boating industry is a hodge-podge of working, not working and working remotely, as players from the largest multi-national corporations to the smallest mom & pop dealerships improvise on the fly to try and keep as many people working, customers supplied and their businesses viable as long as possible in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In Wisconsin, Marquis Yachts…
In Florida, Correct Craft reports…
On the East Coast…

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