Monthly Archives: December 2010

Ring in the New Year on Your Boat

Now that Christmas is over there isn’t much left to do but relax, eat leftovers … and plan for New Year’s Eve. If you’ve been looking for an excuse to invite friends out for a spin on your boat or … Continue reading

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Boating Safety Tips

Boating is a wonderful, satisfying hobby, but it’s also a big responsibility.  The best way to ensure the safety of a boat’s captain (and its passengers) is by exercising caution when out on the water.  Being aware of one’s surroundings … Continue reading

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Sailing in the Hamptons: Discover Shelter Island

At the tip of Long Island in New York, less than two hours away from Manhattan, lies the Hamptons, a collection of seaside towns known famously as a playground for the rich. Think obscenely huge summer “cottages”, “Ladies-who-lunch” , and … Continue reading

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Yachting off the Coast of California: Ventura Harbor

There are few nicer places to set sail than Southern California. For boating enthusiasts, Ventura Harbor offers wonderful opportunities for recreation. With three full-service commercial Marinas, you can dock for the night or for the season. The slips accommodate many … Continue reading

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Boat Launch Fail. You’re doin’ it wrong.

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Hopeful Signs of Post-Recession Boat Buying Activity

According to IBI magazine, there are “hopeful signs of new boat loan activity.” This is great news for those in the boating business, including sales companies, as well as those looking to purchase a boat propeller or other yacht parts. … Continue reading

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