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    This Fountain 37TE represents an enlarged version of Reggie Fountains hull holding the world record for speed. Read More
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    Albermarle builds boats that you can pass on to your children. They'll take great care of you offshore for as many years as you care to go there. Read More
  • Updating your boat's power system will maximize the performance of its accessories while minimizing the risk of electrical damage. Read More
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    After 20 years of deep-sea outings in a mid-size boat, William Tyler gives his top 10 suggestions on rigging your vessel for the long haul. Read More
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    With the right know-how and precautions, it is possible to run a 17-footer 60 miles offshore. Read More
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    Don't think of trim tabs as a panacea for a poor boat design, improper load distribution or a bad engine mount. Read More
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    Add a tower to your small boat -- and see all the fish you've been missing. Read More
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    Much of the same specialized gear kingfish tournament anglers use to improve their fishing productivity will benefit you, too. Read More
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    From angling the shallows to hitting the open water on a calm day, 18 feet of Grady-White Sportsman can go a long way. Read More
  • FIRST-PLACE WINNER of the season opener Delaware Open Tuna Tournament, the STOLPER 380 Tournament Express continues its winning trend! First in innovative ideas and structural integrity, first in fit and finish, first back to the dock to be hosed down and buttoned up. A proven first-place tournament winner where ease of ownership is key.The all-fiberglass construction of this boat requires minimum maintenance, while retaining that classic, custom look and feel. There is no wood used in the construction of the Stolper 380 except for optional teak toe rails, soles or coverboards. Read More
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