There will be a lot more stories like this as the housing market falls apart, causing slowdowns in whole industries. I know of a 55 Sea Ray that is going back if it doesn't sell shortly. Guy is a builder with 8 million in inventory that was sold when it was built and the buyers evaporated. He got to keep about 500K in deposits but that money is getting spent rapidly due to carrying costs. He is a good guy getting crunched by the slowdown.
A warehouse development I sold out of last year now has 40% of its newly completed units for sale. The buyers fled high ownership costs/ maintenance and builder got stuck with lots of inventory. When I sold my warehouse it was the only one for sale, now there are 30!
Boats are just going to be the first thing to be let go in the long chain of financially coming unravelled.