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Crazy Stereo

I highly recommend
Inland Waterways

Excellent Guides
by Jerry H. in FLOYDS KNOBS, IN
Sound Waves

Wow. What a difference!
by Joan B.
Sea Gear Performance Apparel

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by Jim G.
Landfall Navigation

great gear
by James B. in SANTA ANA, CA
Chula Vista Marina

Highly Recommended!
by Doug M. in Fountain Valley, CA
C-Systems and Services, Inc.

Charles Hudspeth, Captain of 31m to 40m Via Kassablanca
by Carlos C.
C-Systems and Services, Inc.

Brit Robinson, Captain of 31m to 40m
by Carlos C.
Cedar Creek Marina

Cedar Creek Marina
by Mary K. in MILFORD, DE
Anacapa Boat Yard
The worst place to take your boat

Latest Boating News

MIAMI 2016: Brunswick names chairman and CEOMIAMI — Brunswick Corp. announced that Mark Schwabero will take over as chairman and CEO of the company, succeeding Dusty McCoy, who led Brunswick through the industry’s most challenging economic times and announced his pending retirement in 2014. The action is the culmination of “a deep and robust succession process” that has evolved during the...more[read more]
MIAMI 2016: Shows open with high hopes for weekendThe two big Miami boat shows opened their 2016 editions concurrently Thursday under sunny South Florida skies. The Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show got underway at its new location — the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin on Virginia Key. The Strictly Sail portion of the show remains at its previous location at Miamarina...more[read more]
MIAMI 2016: Beneteau Group outlines new dealer planMIAMI — The Beneteau Group is reorganizing its North American operations in a push to compete “at the next level” and will start grouping brands among various dealers. Beneteau will be grouped with Four Winns and Scarab under the leadership of Laurent Fabre in America and Carla Demaria worldwide. Jeanneau will be grouped with Wellcraft...more[read more]
MIAMI 2016: Big day for builders with new debutsMIAMI — Sales figures show that consumers are hungry for saltwater outboard boats and builders responded on the opening day of the Progressive Miami International Boat Show with an onslaught of new vessels ranging from 19 to 41 feet. Four of the five new-boat press conferences I covered on Thursday were for center-console boats. The...more[read more]
MIAMI 2016: Kadey-Krogen unveils plans for 52-footerMIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Kadey-Krogen Yachts vice president and partner Larry Polster said Thursday at Yachts Miami Beach that the company will soon launch a new model that’s “a true departure from any other Kadey-Krogen design.” The Kadey-Krogen 50’ Open is scheduled to be completed in late 2017 or early 2018. The company celebrated the...more[read more]
MIAMI 2016: Zodiac Nautic North America debuts two modelsMIAMI — When French inflatable manufacturer Zodiac said at a press conference at the Fort Lauderdale boat show last fall that new ownership was going to revive the iconic brand, leaders promised that the first new models in years would debut at the Progressive Miami International Boat Show. On Thursday, they delivered. “Zodiac has been...more[read more]

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