Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

I'm between tests and between TV show tapings, so I put together what I think are some of the coolest boat-related shots that I have seen recently. - Dean Travis Clarke PHOTO: Up and coming marine photographer Marc Montocchio used this medieval-looking rig to create perhaps the most dynamic running shot of any boat ever. Marc Montocchio photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

Amazingly, this huge metal arm disappeared entirely in the final, Photoshopped version, resulting in...
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

This cover shot on a recent issue of Sport Fishing magazine's sister publication, Marlin magazine! The boat? A new 67-foot Jarrett Bay called Waste Knot. Marc Montocchio photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

As center consoles get longer, the get commensurately wider, too. This 36-foot Grady-White is a perfect example. Grady-White photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

And outboard boats are also taking cures from the larger, fancier custom fishing yachts with designer lighting effects. Grady-White photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

The Albemarle 360 has more cockpit and belowdecks space than most 40-footers did 30 years ago. Albemarle Yachts photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

This Hydra-Sports 4200 shows the current acme of the outboard-powered center console size range. It's a seaworthy beast. Hydra-Sports photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

Though we should always try to avoid performing such stunts ourselves, action shots never fail to pique our interest. Here's a Bahamas 41 heading to sea from Jupiter Inlet on Florida's southeast coast. Bahamas Boats photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

A Sea Prowler 2800 runs the troughs in some heavy seas. Privateer Boats photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

A new Yellowfin 39 catches some air on its way to Florida's west coast fishing grounds. Yellowfin Yachts photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

Pod propulsion represents the greatest technological advance in recreational boating in decades. A fish will have a tough time outmaneuvering this Sea Vee 39 with Volvo Penta IPS drives. John Brownlee photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

A view from the tower of this Spencer with IPS drives spinning gives a good sense of how fast it can revolve. Spencer Yachts photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

Fish going away at right angles to your boat? You can follow it sideways with pod propulsion. Spencer Yachts photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

Sometimes, (on very rare moments) testing boats isn't the best job in the world. DTC photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

This lighted rod locker on a Cabo 44 treats expensive rods and reels like the true works of art they are. Cabo Yachts photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

West Coast long-range boats set their cockpits up very differently from east coast boats. DTC photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

Scout Boats 345 elevates comfort and styling to a much more elegant level that many fisherman have settled for in the past. DTC photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

This Bluewater heads offshore at sunrise to catch the early tuna bite. Bluewater Boats photo
Favorite Boat Shots

Favorite Boat Shots

And at the end of the day, having caught fish or not, we can appreciate where we've been and what we've done. DTC photo