Following on the heels of the monumentally successful Grady 33 Express, the 300 Marlin fills the bill for those wanting a big little boat.
This represents the best-running Carolina Skiff I’ve ever driven.
Proper insurance saves time and money and is boating’s best security blanket
When it comes to appearance, the Jupiter 34 is a supermodel — and some other center-consoles might suffer performance envy!
The EdgeWater 220IS does everything a bay skiff is supposed to and does it all flawlessly.
Prepare your vessel and stack the odds in your favor when hurricanes approach
In my position at the world’s largest publisher of boating and fishing magazines, I get to read and hear the doomsayers, the environmentalists, the scientists, the whiners and complainers, the industry mavens and a host of others — all impart their opinions on the future of our favorite sport. With the state of so many of our fisheries resources falling to dangerously low levels, with fuel costs climbing and with our recreational time seemingly being stolen from us with each passing year, the doomsayers may be right in thinking that recreational fishing hears its swan song.
It seems to me that man just isn’t quite as smart as we think we are. Sure, we can invent all sorts of time and energy saving devices but what is the ultimate impact?
By all accounts, this is an off season for new electronics technology. Understand that with today/s pace of techno-advancement, “off” is totally relative. While some marine electronics companies either choose or must introduce new product later in the year at Fort Lauderdale or Miami, the National Marine Electronics Association’s annual convention is where most choose to debut their new stuff to their dealers, the press and by extension, you, the boating public! Here are some of the product highlights of this fascinating convention.
Here is a continuation of Dean Travis Clarke's coverage from the National Marine Electronics Association's 2011 convention...