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Sally's Seasigns
Best In Boat Lettering
I couldn't be happier with the lettering Sally did for my boat. She is truly an artist and boating enthusiast. I went the v by mdrocean in marina del rey, ca
Diesel Services Of America, Inc.
Diesel services of America
Diesal services of america was hired to fix a leak on my port 900 man engine approx. 3 months ago. They came to my boat and e by JohnMa02 in fall river, ma
Joan Burton -
Best accoridon ladder ever
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Hillco Fastener Warehouse
Marine Fasteners Galore!
How did I not find this place earlier? I had been buying fasteners at West Marine for years. They're over priced, understoc by newport in costa mesa, ca

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Outerlimits Powerboats founder dies after race crashOuterlimits Powerboats founder Mike Fiore died Tuesday evening after a powerboating crash at the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout on Saturday. He was 44. According to a statement released by Outerlimits Powerboats on Facebook, Fiore developed complications after undergoing surgery. Fiore was from Bristol, R.I., and was the president and CEO of Outerlimits, which he...more[read more]
ABYC plans two hands-on seminars at IBEXIf your class participation grades in school were poor, you have an opportunity to redeem yourself, thanks to American Boat and Yacht Council activities planned for this year’s International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference. The ABYC will hold at least two seminars that call for “hands-on active learning,” ABYC president John Adey told Trade Only Today....more[read more]
Lauderdale show adds pool for younger demographicIt’s almost September and school has restarted, signaling one of the busiest times of the year in the marine industry as manufacturers and organizers start gearing up for what will be the 55th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. New offerings this year at the Oct. 30-Nov. 3 show will include Aquazone, a 25-by-50-foot, 15,000-gallon swimming...more[read more]
Fort Lauderdale organizers release ‘to-do’ show listEntering its 55th year, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is set to take place from Oct. 30 through Nov. 3, attracting an international audience of thousands of marine enthusiasts. Organizers have put together a list of the top 13 things to see and do at this year’s show: 1. Check out a large number...more[read more]
VIDEO: Shipyard sponsors Maine sailing regattaThe Penboscot Pursuit Regatta, presented by sponsor Front Street Shipyard, drew more than 30 boats this year. The full-service shipyard in Castine, Maine, hosted a stopover for the fleet during the two-day event, held in mid-July and based at the Rockland Yacht Club. Front Street Shipyard provided discounted dockage, free space for a party and...more[read more]
WindRider signs deal to sell French sail lineMinnesota-based WindRider said it will represent Astus, a brand of sailing trimaran manufactured in France. Astus was founded in 2004 by Jean-Hubert Pommois, designer of the Astus sailboats. The Astus line of trimarans provides U.S. sailing enthusiasts with new options in the growing multihull sailboat market. WindRider said it makes and distributes three models of...more[read more]