Boating Matters
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Help end tariffs on boats

The escalating trade conflict is threatening the recreational boat industry, and there is no end in sight.

From tariffs on aluminum and marine parts, to retaliation from Canada, Mexico, and the European Union - our industry is at risk. Costs are rising, boat orders are being canceled, and uncertainty is wreaking havoc across the country.

This trade war is bad for American businesses and bad for the boating industry.

We need your help to tell Congress and the administration to end these tariffs!

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      Boating Matters

      Boating United is a community of boating businesses, enthusiasts and supporters. Together we shape policy that affects our industry and our interests.

      The recreational boating industry supports jobs, economic development and recreational activities for millions of Americans. We're not just weekend boaters; we're employers, manufacturers, taxpayers and citizens who make a difference in all 50 states. Our industry has legislative and regulatory issues that are important. Issues that affect a uniquely domestic industry that reaches millions of businesses, community members and voters.

      We can't be ignored by policymakers.

      That's why we unite as an industry and let our collective voice be heard in Washington and around the country. To show lawmakers that boating matters.