Fish Food – Top Fish Recipes from Southern Boating

Fish Food Catch and prepare your own meal. Each recipe serves 4. I love fishing and eating freshly caught fish. I remember fly fishing in the Florida Keys with a guide and catching a mess of sea trout. We had plenty to make delicious fish sandwiches, fish tacos, and fish dinners. Below are some of my […]

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Hope & Optimism in the stock market

  Hope & Optimism in the stock market However, Be Cautious of Wildcards Weekly Market Outlook By Donn Goodman The investment markets have whimpered into August after a huge record-breaking stock market rally in July, encouraged by declining long-term interest rates. Why? What’s next? We’ve heard many explanations, including “digesting the gains” to a “period […]

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Sight Fishing for Shark

Battle Lines The excitement of sight-fishing for sharks turns the hunt into a thrill sport. You sense it before you see it—a big shadow off the port bow halfway between you and the mangroves you’ve been quietly probing for snook and redfish. Leisurely, it eases into focus, then picks up some speed while heading your […]

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MarineMax To Acquire IGY Marinas

  MarineMax To Acquire IGY Marinas Expanding Global Marina and Services Business MarineMax, Inc. (NYSE: HZO), the world’s largest recreational boat and yacht retailer, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Island Global Yachting LLC (“IGY Marinas”), which owns and operates a collection of iconic marina assets and a yacht […]

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Kadey-Krogen 58 EB Boat Test

  The Krogen 58 Is Ready for Your Adventure of a Lifetime The Krogen 58 EB is the embodiment of beauty and function. Comfortable, capable, safe and sure, her Pure Full Displacement hullform and superior-quality materials and systems result in an unrivaled passagemaker in this size range. While many builders today focus on building much […]

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Spotlight: Ferretti Group

A Look Back at the Miami Boat Show: A Ferretti Group Spotlight The post Spotlight: Ferretti Group appeared first on Southern Boating. Source: https://southernboating.com/boats/motoryachts/spotlight-ferretti-group/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=spotlight-ferretti-group

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Seakeeper Ride

  Introducing Seakeeper Ride Seakeeper Ride is the first-of-its-kind Vessel Attitude Control System (VACS) that eliminates up to 70% of pitch and roll underway. You thought you knew boating, but you’re in for one hell of a ride. The post Seakeeper Ride appeared first on Southern Boating. Source: https://southernboating.com/boats/seakeeper-ride/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=seakeeper-ride

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Famous Restaurant Salads

Restaurant Summer Salads Prepare these refreshing salads in your own galley. Recipes serve 4. We all love crisp, refreshing salads in the hot summer. Whether simple or elaborate, they keep us cool while satisfying our appetites. On our boat a few summers ago, I started experimenting with “copycat” recipes of our favorite restaurant salads. I […]

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Scout 377 LXF Boat Test

  Scout 377 LXF The 377 LXF is an all-new model, built as the ideal blend of performance, luxury and styling. Loaded with Scout innovation, this model has a lithium ion battery with battery management system (no generator necessary); portside swing-in boarding door with ladder; double sun deck lounge with cushions, armrests and underside storage […]

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Corrosion Testing

Corrosion Testing The importance of checking anode consumption While I’ve developed many theories about why and how corrosion occurs aboard specific vessels, I’ve never been able to prove anything without testing. It is the most important aspect of corrosion analysis, as well as the surest means of establishing a corrective path, and yet it is […]

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9 Ways to Profit Using MarketGauge

Weekly Market Outlook By Keith Schneider and Donn Goodman It was a good week and an exceptionally good month in the markets. The S&P 500 was up 9.1%. This was the best July since 1939. Conversely, it came on the heels of the 3rd worst June ever, down 8.4%. We have continually illuminated for you that the […]

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Increasing Warning Signs

Weekly Market Outlook By Keith Schneider and Donn Goodman It was a positive week in both the stock and bond markets as investors stepped back in. Earnings reports in some sectors (financials) were not as weak as some expected, and there continues to be interim cooling of inflation (gas down the past month). Also, Bank […]

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Beneteau Gran Turismo 45 Boat Test

The Gran Turismo 45 is very much a social boat but she’s also an entry-level weekender at the same time. She’s perfect for the set that has had enough of the center console or bowrider days and is now looking to get more out of their premium boating time. This is the third generation of […]

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Corrosion Demystified

Corrosion Demystified Taking the guesswork out of the analysis Corrosion is, without a doubt, the most misunderstood and misdiagnosed condition that affects small craft. The good news is no corrosion scenario should remain a mystery—corrosion and its prevention are comprehensible. Galvanic Corrosion While there are many subvarieties of corrosion, it boils down to galvanic or […]

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The Electric Enigma

The Electric Enigma Examining the pros and cons of clean propulsion More electric boats are launching as battery technology and designs improve. Competition between builders worldwide is pushing innovation because larger electric boats can go faster, farther, and are quieter than ever.  However, as the actual product is introduced, those boats must live up to, […]

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Riviera 645 SUV

Big & Bold, Inside & Out The new Riviera 645 SUV combines large, versatile spaces with smooth performance that will keep everyone happy whether at the dock or underway. The flagship of Riviera’s SUV line, the 645, is a perfect family or couple’s cruiser with a variety of accommodations ideal for different sizes and types […]

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Stay One Step Ahead

FAST CHANGING ECONOMIC INDICATORS. How to Stay One Step Ahead Weekly Market Outlook By Keith Schneider and Donn Goodman Economic news drives Wall Street especially updated critical data points pertaining to inflation, earnings, and interest rates. It has been a week of negative news on most of these fronts. Monday thru Wednesday, the stock market […]

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Celebrate the Burger

Celebrate the Burger Once a landlubber’s traditional meal choice, now the beef is on board. Burgers are the classic American food and an easy choice for cooking on the boat. We often cook extra burgers to reheat later for quick meals while underway. While my husband is a fan of the traditional ground beef burger, […]

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Inside the Outer Banks

Inside the Outer Banks Cruising the sounds of North Carolina’s east coast is full of adventure.  One of the wildest watery destinations for boaters on the East Coast of the U.S. is North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Boats of all sizes and shapes venture to four main ports along the coast and often turn west into the […]

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Grand Banks 85 Boat Test

  Grand Banks 85 INTRODUCING THE GB85. GRAND BANKS ON A GRAND SCALE! The GB85 is not simply a bigger Grand Banks. True, this exquisite, long-distance cruiser is the largest yacht they’ve ever built. But her most impressive statistics are not to be found in her dimensions but in the best-in-class figures we’re recording for […]

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