Mike Bradley – Director [email protected]

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Mike Bradley – Director [email protected]
Mike
Bradley
–
Director
[email protected]
All
15
Foot+
Powerboat
Sales
Trend
Rolling
12
month
year‐over‐year
%
change
in
unit
sales
Losses
Consolidation
Relocations
&
Startups
Rampage
Cruisers
Mako
SeaCraft
Tiara
Fineline
Triumph
Southport
Cobia
Sculley
Holton
Briglia
Buddy
Davis
Carolina
Yachts
Scarborough
B&B
Boatworks
JBW
Briggs
Island
BoatWorks
Blackwell
NC
Boatbuilders
=
100
businesses,
BUT
…
  Consolidations
  Holding
Companies
  Model
and
Line
Selection
  Start
ups
  Restoration
Facilities
  Oil,
Gas,
and
Wind
Support
NC
SHOVEL
READY
SITES
BUCKSPORT
MARINE
PARK,
SC
 
Wanchese
Park
Jarrett
Bay
Grand
Strand
Water
&
Sewer
Authority,
Santee
Cooper,
Horry
County
and
the
Myrtle
Beach
Regional
Economic
Development
Corporation
are
now
promoting
an
industrial
marine
park
near
the
existing
Bucksport
Marina
outside
of
Conway.
 
 
Excess
of
Interest
Dearth
of
Opportunity
 
Getting
to
YES
is
often
18
months
of
NO
 
USA
–
over
550
site
selection
consultants
who
have
no
idea
of
available
options
North
Carolina
Coastal
Working
Waterfront
Sites
• 
62
potential
working
waterfront
sites
reviewed
in
past
15
yrs
• 
Two
with
any
guarantee
of
shovel‐ready
commitment
• 
Perquimans
County
#
Sites
County
#
Counties
17
#
Sites
Total
62
Criteria
to
Consider
Timeframe
Job
creation
Site
requirements
Building
occupancy
Building
requirements
Description
Provides
an
approximate
timeframe
when
the
proposed
move
/
facility
project
will
occur
(i.e.,
next
6
months,
12
months,
etc.)
Estimates
number
of
jobs
expected
each
year
after
start‐up
until
fully
staffed
(i.e.,
20
jobs
after
12
months,
and
32
total
jobs
at
end
x
years)
Identifies
key
components
of
site
location
such
as
waterfront
needs
/
access,
water
depth,
outdoor
storage,
industrial
park
preference,
future
expansion,
accessibility
to
highways
and
airports,
etc.
Indicates
preferred
method
of
building
occupancy
such
as
own,
lease‐to‐own,
lease
only
or
build‐to‐suit
Identifies
facility
requirements
such
as
minimum
ceiling
height
&
column
spacing,
sprinkler
system,
internal
infrastructure,
loading
/
unloading
door
width
&
height,
etc.
Criteria
to
Consider
Capital
Investment
Wage
ranges
Job
position
information
Locations
considered
Influence
of
existing
NC
boating
industry,
Including
Supply
Chain
Businesses
Description
Estimates
building/site
purchase
price,
upgrade
costs,
equipment
market
value
/
cost,
etc.
Approximates
wage
ranges
for
existing
and
new
positions
Provides
information
relating
to
existing
job
positions
including
type
of
positions,
number
of
positions
for
each
type,
and
related
wage
information
Offers
a
list
of
NC
cities/regions
considered
as
possible
sites
as
well
as
other
states
being
evaluated
Determines
how
critical
the
existing
boating
industry
(builders,
suppliers,
restoration
companies,
fabrication
shops,
etc.)
in
NC
market
was
in
decision
making
process,
types
of
companies
that
are
your
major
customer
groups,
and
types
of
companies
you
would
like
to
see
in
NC
50
45
40
35
30
Off‐Shore;
27
25
20
15
10
5
0
CA
FL
MD
NC
NJ
OH
RI
SC
TN
Data
from
28
States
and
10
Non‐USA
Countries
VA
WA
2
brothers;
20‐foot
Molds;
3‐Amigos;
5‐Axis;
Absolute;
Aero2;
Aluminum
Small
Craft;
AMC;
APC;
Arrowhead;
Bain;
Battery;
Beautiful;
Big
Lift;
Birger;
BlueYacht;
Broad
Cat;
Blades;
Brothers;
Bullet
Proof;
Cape;
Caribe;
Carol;
Cat
Lite;
Challenge;
Champ;
Cheer;
Chuck;
Cold
Water;
Comfort
Lead;
Compass
Point;
Composites
Processing;
Controls;
Craft;
Cruz;
Decades;
Delta;
Diesel
1;
Dock;
Don
Cary;
Durable;
DustUp;
Dustup;
EC
Pontoon;
Egret
Boats;
Electric
1;
Endeavor
/
big
fish;
F2;
Fabulous;
Fiber;
FireOut;
Fisherman;
Fluid;
Flush;
Foam
1;
Form;
Frank's
Docks;
Freedom;
FreeWind;
Fueling;
GA
Boat;
Gem;
Gemini;
Generators;
Goblet;
Grew;
Hanger;
Hanse;
HardwareOEM;
Hawk;
High
Card;
High
Cotton;
Holiday;
House
1;
Hugh;
Hush;
Hydraulic;
Hypro;
IFG
‐
Composites;
Injection;
Integrated
Systems;
IPS
Cat;
Island
Yacht
Repair;
Jack
1;
JRL;
Key
Lime;
King;
Kitten;
Legs;
Lift
2;
Mako;
Marc;
metal
1;
metal
2;
Metal
3;
Metal
4;
metal
B;
MetalStan;
Molly;
Money;
Move;
MT;
Mystic;
North;
Oars;
OxMove;
Pacemaker;
PaddleBoat;
Panel;
Panel;
Paolo;
PDQ
Yachts;
PDW;
Peach;
Picnic;
Pitt
Chair;
PlugIn;
Pod;
Poland;
Power;
Progress;
Patten;
Queensland;
Pull;
QRP;
Queensland;
Ramsay;
Rampage;
Regen;
Repeat;
Repeat
2;
RIB
2;
RibOne;
River;
Rockfish;
Roth
Bilt;
Rowboat;
RTP
BB;
Rudy;
Scales;
SE
Speed;
SeaTack;
Skiff;
Slow
Boat;
Smokey;
Sonic;
SpaceTravel;
Speed;
Stinger;
Strongbox;
Structure;
Sunstream;
Sweisguth;
Tanks;
Tech
Design;
Tech
light;
Thousand;
ThruHull;
Travel;
Trawler
1;
Tripp;
True
South;
University;
Wave;
Wave
2;
WestCoast;
Westport
Tech;
Wind;
Windlass;
Wolf;
Wood1;
Wood1;
Woodland;
Yacht
1;
Yacht
2;
YachtRepair2;
ZNA
Unlike
other
businesses,
the
marine
industry
can
not
move
away
from
the
water
and
are
dependent
on
direct
access
to
our
waterways.
Questions?