The Nautique Cares team is at it again! With the help from team athletes Ryan and Breanne Dodd, Nautique and MarineMax employees ventured down to the island of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands last week in order to help clean up after the devastating impact from hurricane Irma. The team worked tirelessly cleaning up debris and other waste in order to help the island get back to normal. “I am extremely grateful to be able give back to the hurricane victims in Tortola with Nautique.” said current World-Record holder Ryan Dodd. “The devastation is an extreme contrast to the island’s natural beauty. Nautique and MarineMax made a huge difference and we had a blast doing it!” While Ryan spends a lot of his time on the water, he and his wife Breanne enjoy giving back whenever they can. “Doing something outside of the sport and daily life gives me great perspective and clarity for what’s really important. I am extremely grateful to be able to give back and serve alongside the MarineMax and Nautique teams.” said Breanne Dodd. Stay tuned for what’s next at NautiqueCares.com
Whether you want to maneuver around a dock, adjust your position in a tight spot or simply bump the boat around on the open lake the Nautique Integrated Steering Assist feature is the key to a better driving experience. Check out Nautique team rider Shaun Murray as he gives you an in-depth look at exactly how it works and the different ways to engage this incredible new feature for 2018.
We were honored yesterday to have the Vice President of the United States Mike Pence visit the Nautique factory here in Orlando, FL to engage in a roundtable hosted by Correct Craft CEO, Bill Yeargin. Community leaders were able to share their ideas as they discussed tax reform and the importance of manufacturing here in the United States. It was a proud day for the entire team at Nautique.
PARIS, FRANCE (September 11, 2017) - Nautique athletes were in great form this past week in Paris, France during the IWWF Waterski World Championships. The Ski Nautique 200 provided the perfect pull for the slalom, trick and jump skiers all week long as it led the way for athletes from across the globe to capture World Titles.
During the Women’s Open Trick division, it was Nautique athlete Neilly Ross claiming her first World title in her incredibly successful rookie year. Ryan Dodd continued his amazing 2017 season with a 60.4 meter first jump that sealed the victory and the World Title for the Canadian born Nautique athlete. Jacinta Carroll also maintained her domination of the Women’s Jump discipline, winning another World Title to continue her reign over the sport. In the overall results for the event team USA earned top honors with France and Canada following in second and third respectfully.
TORONTO, CANADA (August 28, 2017) - This past weekend the Nautique WWA Wakeboard World Championships wrapped up in Toronto, Canada as the best riders in the world showcased their skills behind the G23. It also acted as the 4th and final stop of the Nautique Wake Series, the highest caliber event series in wakeboarding. With amateur and pro riders competing together, it was a packed 4 days of on-water action going on simultaneously with the Canadian National Exhibition.
During the amateur divisions, the G23 set up perfect wakes for the young guns from around the globe to highlight their best riding. The adaptive divisions were also out in full force, capturing World Titles with the scenic Toronto skyline in the back drop.
For the Pro Women, Megan Ethell and Raimi Rutledge both took full advantage of their comfort behind the G23 during the final round. Meagan Ethell took her second win in just as many events this year, with Raimi Rutledge right behind her in second spot. This second place finish for Raimi sealed the overall title for the Naituque Wake Series, capping off a fantastic season for her.
During the Pro Men division, Mike Dowdy and the rest of the Nautique team also felt right at home behind the award-winning G23. Dowdy claimed third spot on the podium and was enough points to earn him the second spot in the overall rankings on the Nautique Wake Series.