The Market of Aluminum Fishing Boat to grow beyond US$ 1741.4 million by 2024 – openPR

The new report of Stratview Research analyses the Aluminum Fishing Boat Market over the trend period from 2013 to 2018 and forecast period from 2019 to 2024. The insights of the report shall enable informed decision making and strategy formulation for the near future to capitalize on the opportunities.

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• Market analysis: Growth drivers and constraints, Porter’s five forces analysis, SWOT analysis

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• Market trend and forecast analysis
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An overview- Increasing use of fishing boats

Boating is one of the major outdoor participation activities, especially in the USA, alone accounting for more than 35% of the USA’s total outdoor participation activities. Also, there is a growth in outdoor participation rate in the USA with boating being the most preferred activity among all. Freshwater participants are more than thrice the saltwater fishing participants. There are different types of boats designed for fishing activities in saltwater and freshwater. Aluminum fishing boats are preferably used for freshwater fishing, whereas fiberglass boats are generally used for saltwater fishing.

Historically, there has been a wide variety of traditional materials such as steel, wood and concrete, used for the construction of hulls of fishing boats. However, all these have serious shortcomings. For instance, steel hulls are heavy and subject to rust, wooden hulls are prone to frequent leaks and rotting and are also heavy to an extent, and concrete hulls are very heavy and hard to handle. Over the past few decades, aluminum and fiberglass hulls came into picture and have started being widely used in fishing boats.

The global aluminum fishing boat market is projected to depict a healthy growth over the next five years to reach an estimated value of US$ 1,741.4 million in 2024. Aluminum is the most widely used material to manufacture the hull in fishing boats. Increasing new boat sales, increasing outdoor activities participants coupled with increasing number of fishing participants, and lower cost of aluminum boats than fiberglass boats are some of the key factors fueling the demand for aluminum fishing boats across regions, especially in North America.

Deep-V boat: The growth engine

The global aluminum fishing boat market is segmented based on boat type as deep-v boat, bass boat, multi-species boat and others. Deep-V boat is expected to remain the growth engine of the market during the forecast period. Extra-wide bottom making anglers more comfortable, smoother riding experience, and excellent stability on bigger waves are the factors spearheading the demand for deep-V boats in the market.

A highly/moderately/fragment consolidated Market
The top players are Brunswick Corporation, White River Marine Group, Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. Correct Craft, Smoker Craft Inc., and Yamaha Motor Company Ltd.

Regional Hegemony of North America

Based on the regions, North America is expected to remain the largest market for aluminum fishing boats during the forecast period with the USA being the growth engine. Aluminum fishing boats are majorly sold in the Northern USA region. Europe also holds a considerable share in the market with Scandinavia and Germany being the key demand generators in the region.

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