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Key Performance Indicators for the Leisure Superyacht Small Commercial Marine Industry

This report details a range of economic indicators for the UK leisure, superyacht and small commercial marine industry. This includes data on marine industry revenue growth; valued added contribution; international trade; full-time equivalent employment; and national figures for business and consumer confidence, household leisure spending and inbound tourism.

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ICOMIA Recreational Boating Industry Statistics 2017

The latest ICOMIA Recreational Boating Industry Statistics book (2017 edition) is the foremost annual tool the industry has to measure international activity in the recreational boating industry.

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UK Boat Production Report 2018

This boat production report provides key economic indicators for the UK‘s leisure boat manufacturing sector and is published to enhance knowledge of the sector and provide an aid to business planning for marine businesses.

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Superyacht UK Annual Report 2018

Superyacht UK has carried out its twelfth annual survey for 2017/18 to determine year-on-year trends in the UK superyacht sector. Superyacht UK, a dedicated association of British Marine, represents over 250 members and 70% of the total UK industry, operating in the design, build, supply chain and service provision of yachts over 24 metres in length.

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British Marine Industry Trends Survey - June 2018

British Marine conducts a survey bi-annually to measure current business performance and trends in the marine industry over the last six months and future expectations. The latest version of this report for the period November 2017 - June 2018 is now available to download.

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The Small Commercial Marine Market in the UK 2018

British Marine's latest report on the UK's small commercial marine market, providing data on a range of core areas including: the market's size and structure, long-term business outlook, key barriers and opportunities.

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Watersports Participation Survey 2017 - summary

This is a summary of the annual report commissioned by British Marine, Royal Yachting Association (RYA), Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA), Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), British Canoeing (BC) and the Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science (CEFAS). It details participation and ownership for 12 boating activities in 2017 and reports trends over fifteen years.

The full report provides more detailed trends since 2002 and results to a wider set of questions. This includes trends in demographics, frequency and home / abroad participation and location of residence, and also presents coastal/inland and seasonal activity, household boat ownership, charter/hire, and more.

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Watersports Participation Survey 2017 - Full Report

This annual report commissioned by British Marine, Royal Yachting Association (RYA), Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA), Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), British Canoeing (BC) and the Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) details participation and ownership for 12 boating activities in 2017 and reports trends over fourteen years.

This report also includes return of wider water-based leisure activities. The full report provides more detailed trends since 2002 and results to a wider set of questions. This includes trends in demographics, frequency and home / abroad participation and location of residence, and also presents coastal/inland and seasonal activity, household boat ownership, charter/hire, and more.

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ICOMIA Quarterly Economic Statistics Report 2017 (Q1-4)

This report contains quarterly information on the economic development in 46 countries across the world, such as inflation rates, gross domestic product growth, car registrations, producer prices and consumer confidence, . As a benefit of your British Marine membership, you have access to this report for free.

The ICOMIA Quarterly Economic Statistics Report is updated every three months. This edition covers:

- Quarter one, 2017 (January – March)
- Quarter two, 2017 (April – June)
- Quarter three, 2017 (July - September)
- Quarter Four, 2017 (October - December)

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ICOMIA Half Year Trends Report 2017

ICOMIA’s Half Year Trends Report 2017 provides a snapshot overview of the health of the global marine industry for the past 6 months, from 1 July to 31 December 2017, compared with the same period 12 months ago. Sourced from sentiment surveys of ICOMIA members, this 1 page report shows trends across 30 key national markets focusing on core industry KPIs, including a range of boat, engine and accessories sales, import, export and domestic market growth, and the economic outlook for each of these markets. Although no quantifiable data is gathered; the survey acts as a barometer to indicate recent economic trends in the global recreational boating industry as well as the general outlook for the coming year.

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