Navigating the Waves: Global Boat Building and Repairing Market Sets Sail Towards $56.29 Billion by 2027

December 07, 2023 05:15 PM GMT | By EIN Presswire
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LANDON, GREATER LANDON, UK, December 7, 2023 / -- The global boat building and repairing market, segmented by type, propulsion, and application, witnessed robust growth, surging from $38.16 billion in 2022 to $41.36 billion in 2023, marking a remarkable Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 8.4%. Despite challenges posed by the Russia-Ukraine war and the lingering impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the market is on course for further expansion, with an anticipated size of $56.29 billion by 2027, reflecting a CAGR of 8.0%.

Technological Tides: Driving Market Growth

Advancements in technology stand as a prominent driver of boat building and repairing market growth in the forecast period. Over the last decade, the global boat building and repairing industry has witnessed significant technological strides, with a trajectory expected to intensify. Anticipated features in boats include autonomous driving, black finishing, wellness enhancements, modern lighting, driver override systems, comprehensive tracking, active health monitoring, and reconfigurable body panels. These innovations are poised to propel the boat building and repair market forward.
Industry Leaders: Charting the Course

Major players steering the boat building and repairing boat building and repairing market include BRP Inc., Berkshire Hathaway Inc., BRUNSWICK CORPORATION, FincantieriSpA, Groupe Beneteau, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, Malibu Boats, Polaris, MasterCraft Boat Holdings, and Marine Products Corporation. These industry leaders play a pivotal role in shaping market dynamics through strategic initiatives and innovations.
Resilience Amid Challenges: Overcoming the Impacts of COVID-19

The outbreak of COVID-19 acted as a significant restraint on the boat building and repairing market in 2020, disrupting supply chains due to trade restrictions and dampening consumption with widespread lockdowns. Despite the challenges posed by this unprecedented event, the market is expected to recover over the forecast period, demonstrating resilience and adaptability.

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3D Printing: Transforming Boat Manufacturing

Boatbuilding companies are increasingly leveraging 3D printing technology, revolutionizing the manufacturing process. 3D printing entails building three-dimensional objects using a digital model by layering successive material layers. This technology offers boat building and repairing market advantages such as adjustability, cost reduction, and convenience. Notably, high-end yachts have already incorporated 3D-printed parts, exemplified by the University of Maine's team constructing the largest 3D-printed boat using an innovative polymer 3D printer.

The global boat building and repairing market is segmented -

1) By Type: Boat Building, Boat Repairing
2) By Propulsion: Motor Boats, Sail Boats
3) By Application: Private Use, Commercial Use, Milatary Use
Regional Dynamics: Asia-Pacific Leads the Way
Asia-Pacific emerged as the largest region in the boat building and repairing market in 2022, underscoring its dominance in the industry. Following closely, North America secured the second-largest market share, contributing significantly to the global market. The comprehensive report provides detailed insights into regional dynamics, market trends, and growth opportunities.

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