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RyanB

How many boats sold per year?

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RyanB

I’m sure the data is out there somewhere. anyone have data on how many boats are sold per year?  I’d love to see data on Malibu specifically, wake Boats in general and the balance of inboard vs sterndrives vs outboards

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RyanB

Found some of my own data.  Malibu sold 6,292 units last year.

http://s22.q4cdn.com/332374443/files/doc_downloads/Governance_Doc/2018/Annual-Report-2018.pdf

Total estimated new boat sales last year was 280,000 units.

https://www.marinadockage.com/nmma-issues-2018-highlights-boat-sales-recreational-boating-economy/

So wake boats (probably the wrong term) would likely be under 10% of the total market?  Which type of boat sells the most units?  I would guess fishing?

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ahopkinsVTX

Fishing, pontoons. Down south I bet center consoles are high sellers too. 

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rsutton1223

They are producing 22 boats a day right now. Axis/Malibu combined.

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Steve B.
8 hours ago, rsutton1223 said:

They are producing 22 boats a day right now. Axis/Malibu combined.

WOW !  Thats a lot of boats !

Steve B.

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