Black Friday Personal Locator Beacon deals

Personal locator beacons are an essential bit of kit that we all hope to never need. Black Friday Personal Locator Beacon deals are very hard to come by. But we have found a few for you from our favourite trusted retailers. Looking for a Black Friday Personal locator beacon deal? They take a long time […]

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Key West Worlds Update: Strategic Thoughts

<!– Uncategorized: Key West Worlds Update: Strategic Thoughts –> When promoter/organizer Race World Offshore canceled all four of yesterday’s races to kick off the world championships in Key West, Fla., the move did more than keep competitors off the water. It also took away the chance to earn first-day points and the planned three-day competition […]

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Update: Striped Bass Population Heading in Right Direction

For years, there has been fear and anxiety spreading about the status of the Atlantic striped bass resource, fueled by the continuous decline in the striped bass population since the early 2000s and most recently by below-average recruitment (spawning success) in Maryland portions of Chesapeake Bay. Since 2018, when striped bass were declared overfished, the […]

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Striped Bass Reproduction Remains Low in Chesapeake Bay

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced results of this year’s juvenile striped bass survey, which tracks the reproductive success of the iconic fish in the Chesapeake Bay. The 2022 young-of-year index is 3.6, which is slightly higher than last year’s result, but remains below the long-term average of 11.3. The Atlantic coastal striped bass population has […]

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First look: wallywind110

Almost a year later we are finally getting a taste of the new Wally range with the wallywind110 the first design to be shown under the brand’s new ownership While we were given a tantalising peak last autumn of what iconic Italian brand Wally may be up to under its new Ferretti ownership, only now […]

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Image Of Week: Patriotic Colors In The Shadow

It’s no secret that speedonthewater.com chief photographer Pete Boden doesn’t enjoy shooting flat-water offshore powerboat races. Just ask him and you’ll get an earful. He’s passionate on the subject, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. But that never stops him from doing the job of providing exceptional images of the action for our […]

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Rinker Deckboat Is A Real Regatta Kicker

Who in his right mind would outfit a well-traveled Rinker Flotilla deckboat with a big-dollar, 25,000-watt sound system likely worth more than the 26-footer itself? The answer is Jeff Cuvelier, the owner of Elite Audio in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., and he loaded the humble, 2004 model-year boat with Kicker Marine Audio components to showcase […]

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NMMA’s Robert Newsome appointed to National Boating Safety Advisory Committee

Last week, Robert Newsome, NMMA’s senior vice president of operations, was sworn in to the National Boating Safety Advisory Committee (NBSAC), following his appointment to the Federal Advisory Committee by the Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas. NBSAC provides advice and recommendations to the Secretary of Homeland Security through the Commandant of the United States […]

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IBEX announces 2022 Innovation Awards judges

The International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition and Conference (IBEX) announced today the distinguished list of judges for the 2022 IBEX Innovation Awards Program. The program is managed by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) and judged by Boating Writers International (BWI). Awards will be presented during the annual Industry Breakfast, Keynote, and Innovation Awards presentation, held from […]

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SW FLORIDA 2022 AUGUST FISHING REPORT

I thought July fishing was HOT! It was, but so is the first part of August. Fishing remains good for both inshore and offshore on the right tides when paired with the right species and locations. What I mean by this is work moving water on the outgoing and incoming tides. When fishing for Seatrout […]

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Image Of The Week: Air St. Clair

<!– Uncategorized: Image Of The Week: Air St. Clair –> Not known as a big-water race for obvious reasons, Michigan’s St. Clair River Classic does occasionally produce some wild aerial moments. Between sporty-plus wakes and strong currents, the aquamarine waterway can get sloppy, especially when you have 47 teams roughing it up as they did […]

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Michigan Clean Marina Program Adds New Marina

PHOTO COURTESY OF MICHIGAN CLEAN MARINA Club Royale Cass Lake Dry Dock Marina in Waterford Township, Michigan, has been certified as a Michigan Clean Marina for a three-year term, a certification that acknowledges a marina has pledged and taken steps to maintain and improve Michigan’s waterways by reducing or eliminating release of harmful substances and […]

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Block Island Inshore Fishing Tournament: 2022 Recap

(Above) Mark and Wendy Northup of Block Island took this photo at sunrise in the Block Island Wind Farm with the winning striped bass Wendy caught.  The Block Island Inshore Fishing Tournament ended on Sunday, July 24 with a winning striped bass measuring 51-inches caught by team ‘Frayed Knot’ which was led by Capt. Richard […]

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