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Boating industry finding ways to adapt after pandemic sales soar

Boating activity increased during the pandemic and has shown no sign of slowing down. Rentals for everything from jet skis to yachts are expected to increase for the next several years. (Photo courtesy of charterworld.com)
Things have changed since boat sales soared during the pandemic and only time will tell what will happen in the boating industry. The lockdowns are over, employment is high, and so is the price of gasoline. Fuel prices are double what they were during the onset of the pandemic. Don’t forget increasing inflation rates. So what’s the current outlook for the boating industry across the United States, including Michigan?
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