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Boat stocks

Ready to invest in the boating industry? Consider these 6 stocks.

The best boat stocks depend on your portfolio and investment goals — while volatility can be ideal for day traders, long-term investors will want to look to stocks with steadier gains over time.

6 boat stocks to watch

We round up a selection of stocks in or related to the boating industry, weighting the list more heavily towards popular mid- and large-cap US stocks.

  1. MarineMax (HZO)
  2. West Marine (WMAR)
  3. Malibu Boats (MBUU)
  4. MCBC (MCFT)
  5. Brunswick Corporation (BC)
  6. Marine Products Corporation (MPX)

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Take a deeper dive into boat stocks

If you're interested in investing in the boating industry, take a closer look at what companies in this industry do and how the stocks have historically performed. Keep in mind that positive past performance doesn't guarantee that a stock will continue to rise in the future.

1. MarineMax (HZO)

MarineMax, Inc. operates as a recreational boat and yacht retailer and superyacht services company in the United States. It operates through two segments, Retail Operations and Product Manufacturing.

MarineMax stock opened the day at $48.00 after a previous close of $48.00. The latest price was $48.04 (25-minute delay). MarineMax is listed on the NYSE, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD2.2 billion and employs 2,666 staff.

  • Market capitalization: $646,025,984
  • P/E ratio: 3.4483
  • PEG ratio: 0.62

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2. West Marine (WMAR)

West Marine, Inc. operates as a specialty retailer of boating supplies, gear, apparel, footwear, and other water life-related products primarily in the United States. The company offers core boating products that comprise of maintenance, electronics, sailboat hardware, anchors/docking/moorings, engine systems, safety, electrical, plumbing, boats/outboards, ventilation, deck hardware/fasteners, navigation, trailering, seating/boat covers, and barbecues/appliances.

West Marine is listed on the NASDAQ and employs 1,850 staff.

  • PEG ratio: 0

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3. Malibu Boats (MBUU)

Malibu Boats, Inc. designs, engineers, manufactures, markets, and sells a range of recreational powerboats. It operates through three segments: Malibu, Saltwater Fishing, and Cobalt.

Malibu Boats stock opened the day at $71.37 after a previous close of $70.41. The latest price was $69.62 (25-minute delay). Malibu Boats is listed on the NASDAQ, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD$1.2 billion and employs 3,015 staff.

  • Market capitalization: $1,009,798,592
  • P/E ratio: 6.7401
  • PEG ratio: 0.5835

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4. MCBC (MCFT)

MasterCraft Boat Holdings, Inc. , through its subsidiaries, designs, manufactures, and markets recreational powerboats. It operates through four segments: MasterCraft, Crest, NauticStar, and Aviara.

MCBC stock opened the day at $24.78 after a previous close of $24.60. The latest price was $25.25 (25-minute delay). MCBC is listed on the NASDAQ, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD$707.9 million and employs 1,750 staff.

  • Market capitalization: $354,133,824
  • P/E ratio: 6.5251
  • PEG ratio: 1.35

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5. Brunswick Corporation (BC)

Brunswick Corporation designs, manufactures, and markets recreation products worldwide. It operates through Propulsion; Parts & Accessories; and Boat segments. The Propulsion segment provides outboard, sterndrive, and inboard engines for independent boat builders and governments through marine dealers and distributors, specialty marine retailers, and marine service centers; and propulsion-related controls, rigging, and propellers to original equipment manufacturers and aftermarket retailers, distributors, and distribution businesses.

Brunswick Corporation stock opened the day at $96.29 after a previous close of $95.15. The latest price was $98.74 (25-minute delay). Brunswick Corporation is listed on the NYSE, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD$6.4 billion and employs 18,582 staff.

  • Market capitalization: $4,976,800,256
  • P/E ratio: 8.3546
  • PEG ratio: 0.97

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6. Marine Products Corporation (MPX)

Marine Products Corporation designs, manufactures, and sells recreational fiberglass powerboats for the sportboat, sport fishing, and jet boat markets worldwide. The company offers Chaparral sterndrive pleasure boats, including SSi Sport Boats, SSX Sport Boats, and the Surf Series; Chaparral outboard pleasure boats, which include OSX Luxury Sportboats, and SSi and SSX outboard models; and Robalo outboard sport fishing boats. It also provides center and dual consoles, and Cayman Bay Boats under the Robalo brand name.

Marine Products Corporation stock opened the day at $12.28 after a previous close of $12.25. The latest price was $12.19 (25-minute delay). Marine Products Corporation is listed on the NYSE, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD$324.8 million and employs 880 staff.

  • Market capitalization: $294,450,240
  • P/E ratio: 9.1489
  • PEG ratio: 2.44

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How to buy boat stocks

Sign up with an online broker or platform to invest in one or more of these boat stocks.

  1. Compare share trading platforms. Use our comparison table to narrow down top brokers by fees and bonuses.
  2. Open and fund your brokerage account. You’ll need personal and financial details, like your contact and bank information.
  3. Search for the stock you're interested in. Find the stock by name or ticker symbol, like HZO or WMAR.
  4. Decide on how many to buy. Some brokers will allow you to purchase fractional shares, while others require you to purchase whole shares.
  5. Choose an order type. Invest in the boat stocks now with a market order or use a limit order to delay your purchase until the stock reaches your desired price.
  6. Buy the stock. Tap or click the Buy button on your brokerage account. Once you’ve invested in the boating industry, track how your stock performs to decide when it’s time to sell.

The value of any investment can go up or down depending on news, trends and market conditions. We are not investment advisers, so do your own due diligence to understand the risks before you invest.

Bottom line

While it’s possible to turn a profit investing in boat stocks, keep in mind that — like any investment — boat stocks are not immune to risk. These stocks are subject to fluctuating conditions — both in the market and in the boating industry, so carefully vet your picks before you invest. And if you’re new to investing, or if it’s been awhile since you’ve taken a critical look at your investing accounts, compare brokers to make sure you’re getting the best features in your trading account.

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