ICOMIA launches new statistics book
INDUSTRY STATS: The International Council of Marine Industry Associations (ICOMIA) has released the latest edition of its Recreational Boating Industry Statistics book.
Because ICOMIA’s membership is estimated to represent more than 80% of the world’s leisure boating business, the stats represent an international compilation of data covering the industry’s diversified and varied segments.
This year, ICOMIA has improved its data collection processes, reviewed data categories and clarified the explanatory notes – resulting in more reliable and consistent statistics.
ICOMIA’s Recreational Boating Industry Statistics include a 2015 global data snapshot, detailed market analysis, detailed national reports on the industry’s largest market countries and the 2015 Superyacht Annual Report (courtesy of The Superyacht Group) among other topics.
Plus for the first time the book includes an overview of boat/boat-trailer registrations, outboard motor imports and diesel engine sales in New Zealand and for the Australian States of Queensland and New South Wales for 2005-2014.
ICOMIA offers subscribers the raw-data Excel spreadsheets, to assist those carrying out more detailed research plus a free 12-month subscription of the ICOMIA Quarterly Economic Statistics Report.
To view sample pages or to order your electronic copy of ICOMIA’s Recreational Boating Industry Statistics visit the ICOMIA website.
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