ICOMIA stats for 2021

The International Council of Marine Industry Associations (ICOMIA) has released the latest edition of its Recreational Boating Industry Statistics, a reference document that is used extensively within the industry.

During 2021, the post-pandemic sale of boats remained strong in most countries, especially for larger yachts, and the industry enjoyed strong growth with many consumers looking for boats with the newest technologies and accessories.
This has, however, come with a range of challenges, such as a considerable backlog in the delivery of boats, a shortage of staff with the required expertise and experience, a lack of storage space, and continued supply chain issues.
The ICOMIA Statistics 2021 includes:
• 2022 global data snapshot and comprehensive market overview
• Detailed national reports on the industry’s largest market countries
• Global summaries of key product segments from 23 countries
• Export/import data for international trade in boats from 41 countries
• Detailed country reports from Canada, Japan, Italy, Finland, the Netherlands, New Zealand and the USA.
The publication is available from and priced at €850.


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ICOMIA stats for 2021

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