BRP launches Rotax outboards, new model lineups

BRP Inc. and its marine group recently announced the all-new Rotax outboard models at its dealer event in Salt Lake City, Utah. The engine announcement paired with the unveiling of new models from the manufacturer’s Manitou pontoon and AlumaCraft lineups for MY 2023. The new Rotax Outboard Engine with Stealth Technology is initially offered in […]

Read More

MarineMax to acquire IGY Marinas

MarineMax, Inc. 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 marina assets and a yacht management platform in key global yachting destinations. MarineMax will acquire IGY Marinas for $480 million in cash, with an additional potential earnout of […]

Read More

ProMariner Introduces a New Line fo Waterproof Marine Battery Chargers

Industry Leader in Marine On-Board Charging Solutions Releases New High-Power Product Line Up to 50 Amps with Industry-First, Patent-Pending Functionality Auburn, N.H. – ProMariner, a leader in the design and manufacture of on-board marine charging products, announced today its newest product line – the ProTournamentelite series. Taken to a new level of design, innovation and […]

Read More

OneWater reports record Q3

OneWater Marine Inc. announced results for its fiscal third quarter ended June 30, 2022. “The business is firing on all cylinders, significantly exceeding our expectations. We delivered record results in the fiscal third quarter, with revenues increasing 41% and Adjusted EBITDA rising 45%. Our performance was bolstered by strength across the business, diversity in our […]

Read More

Freedom Boat Club celebrates 50K-member milestone

Freedom Boat Club announces U.K. expansion Freedom Boat Club recently announced a significant milestone as it surpassed 50,000 memberships across its 360 global locations. With their application to the Freedom Boat Club Seattle, Walter and CJ Robles signified this achievement. The Robles are like many who have joined the Freedom community since its inception. Two busy […]

Read More

Everglades Boats names new director of business development

Everglades Boats recently announced Caroline Cozier has joined its team as the Northeast Director of Business Development. In her position, she will lead Everglades’ growth initiatives in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Great Lakes, and Canada. “We are very excited to have Caroline on the Everglades team. Her energy, industry knowledge and demonstrated ability to build strong […]

Read More

Contender Boats announces new Fort Pierce facility

Since 1984, Contender Boats has been committed to building its semi-custom sportfishing boats at its Homestead, Florida location. In keeping with that longstanding tradition, the brand will continue that trend later this fall when it opens its new facility in Fort Pierce, Florida. For nearly four decades, Contender has created every boat in its extensive […]

Read More

America’s Cup: Alinghi Red Bull Racing launch their AC75

  Alinghi Red Bull Racing have launched their AC75, which they will sail in the coming days as the team prepares for the 37th America’s Cup in 2024 Alinghi Red Bull Racing launched their AC75 in Barcelona yesterday, Monday 8th August 2022. This is the first America’s Cup boat to hit the water since the […]

Read More

Flying High: What Pip Hare Did Next

After her incredible Vendée Globe, life has changed for solo sailor Pip Hare. She reveals what it’s like to live your dreams We hit a wave, the bow bouncing into the air. The roar reverberating from inside the covered cockpit intensifies and I look out of the bubble window to a wall of seemingly solid […]

Read More

Outerlimits Lunch Run And Borden Light Charity Poker Run On Deck

<!– In the News: Outerlimits Lunch Run And Borden Light Charity Poker Run On Deck –> Celebrating its 16th anniversary this year, this weekend’s Borden Light Marina Charity Poker in Fall River, Mass., has a new wrinkle this year thanks to Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats. The Bristol, R.I., custom high-performance V-bottom and catamaran builder has organized […]

Read More

Lake Cumberland Poker Run Celebrating Sweet 16 In Style

<!– In the News: Lake Cumberland Poker Run Celebrating Sweet 16 In Style –> Building on the momentum of its 15th anniversary in 2021, the Lake Cumberland Poker Run is on track for another excellent turnout during next month’s event at State Dock Marina in Jamestown, Ky. Scheduled for Sept. 9-11, the two-day poker run […]

Read More

Keep Your Cool on the Water

With heat waves growing longer and more intense every year, hot, humid weather is becoming the norm during boating season. Whether you’re fishing with friends, cruising with family, or overnighting in a distant port, the option to escape into an air-conditioned cabin can keep you out on the water enjoying your boating experience. If your […]

Read More

5 Best Air and Sea Shows in the United States

Air and sea shows have been loved by Americans since their debut for more than a century. Today, air and sea shows are held all across America, showcasing planes and boats with cutting-edge tech. If you’re looking for air and sea shows worth your while, consider our list of the five top shows across the […]

Read More

Best Beaches Near Dallas

Dallas beaches offer the best sun, sand, and water in the Lone Star State. Every Texan beach has something unique to offer. Whether you’re looking for a spot for your staycation or your vacation, you should consider these top beaches near Dallas: Lynn Creek Park Collin Park Tickey Creek Park Ray Roberts State Park Sea […]

Read More

What Information Should Be Included on a Float Plan?

Just like a pilot files a flight plan, boaters file float plans. If you’re new to boating, a float plan may sound unfamiliar, but it’s essential and easy to make. A float plan is basically an overview of your boat outing plus additional information about the boat and crew that may expedite search-and-rescue (SAR) operations […]

Read More

Dock and Dine Basics: Seven Tips for Success

Dock and dine experiences are a must-do for any boater. Not only is it great fun to arrive at a restaurant by the water, but it’s also usually an afternoon or evening of fantastic dining, with some of the freshest-catch seafood anywhere. Here are seven tips for a successful dock and dine experience: Research dock […]

Read More

Image Of The Week: The Wrong Stuff

<!– Image of the Week: Image Of The Week: The Wrong Stuff –> A new paring for the 2022 offshore racing season, rookie throttleman Alex Pratt and veteran driver Miles Jennings cannot catch a break, a common euphemism for “luck” as the Class 1 cockpit duo has already seen plenty of breakage. The team saw […]

Read More

New Project Sets Out to Map Great Lakes

PHOTO COURTESY OF GREAT LAKES OBSERVING SYSTEM A Thunder Bay project on Lake Huron manned by NOAA scientists is just one in a series of projects whose goal is to map the bottom of all five Great Lakes. Named Lakebed 2030, the overall project is supported by a coalition of academic and government organizations in […]

Read More