As Memorial Day weekend approaches, what better way to prepare for boating season, than picking out some fashion essentials perfect for a day on the water?
Nautical fashion trends have stood the test of time, not only for the look, but also for the functionality. Whether it’s a navy and white striped shirt or a pair of boat shoes they evoke thoughts of life on the water.
Is the matriarch of your family an avid boater? If the answer to that question is “yes” but you still haven’t figured out what to get her for Mother’s day, we’ve got you covered. We’ve put together a list of five great gift ideas to get your boat-loving mother this Sunday. Continue reading →
If the unique, unusual or out-of-the-ordinary really floats your boat, check out this collection of surprisingly “sea-worthy” vessels.
Ever watch a dolphin, sailfish or other sea creature swim, dive and jump in the ocean—and wish you could experience that kind of freedom in the water? You can in a Seabreacher! This amazing watercraft reaches speeds of up to 55mph on the surface, dives at 20mph and leaps up to 20 feet out of the water. Learn more
It’s time to celebrate Earth Day—as well as kick off the 2015 boating season. First recognized in 1970, Earth Day is now celebrated in more that 175 countries around the world.
Of course, as a responsible boater the best way to celebrate Earth Day is to do your part to keep our waterways clean. Actually, the timing couldn’t be better…most of us are busy getting ready for our first launch of the season. So it’s a perfect time to look for ways to minimize your impact on the marine environment.
You can do your part by using environment-friendly paints and cleaners and by doing as much maintenance work as possible on land to avoid releasing chemicals and dirt into the water.
Adopt the motto “Stow it—Don’t throw it” and have trash receptacles on board to control litter and waste. If you’re a power boater, you’ll want to make sure your hull is clean and tune up your engine—both of which are great ways to reduce your fuel consumption.
You can find lots more green boating tips, advice and best practices here
Spring is officially upon us and the weather is finally starting to warm up in the northern parts of the country, which can only mean one thing: spring fishing! Spring is arguably the best time of year to fish for many freshwater species. In this week’s post, we will breakdown the some of the most prized freshwater fish to target this spring. Continue reading →