Nor-Tech 460 Flyer Open Bow Bound For Boyne Thunder

<!– In the News: Nor-Tech 460 Flyer Open Bow Bound For Boyne Thunder –> As beautiful as it photographs—and you can find proof of that in your copy of the 2021 Speed On The Water Year In Review print magazine—you haven’t really seen the Nor-Tech 460 Flyer Open Bow sportboat until you’ve seen it in […]

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Worlds coolest yachts: Aquitaine Innovations

We ask top sailors and marine industry gurus to choose the coolest and most innovative yachts of our times. Nigel Musto nominates Aquitaine Innovations Aquitaine Innovations was one of those breakthrough boats that precipitated a step change in sailing. Yves Parlier was, and continues to be, one of the sport’s great innovators and the boat […]

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Sarasota Super Stock-Class Points Awards Explained

<!– Racing: Sarasota Super Stock-Class Points Awards Explained –> How do you score an offshore powerboat race when three boats crash in separate incidents early in the contest, producing two red flags and forcing officials to call off the rest of the event? That was exactly the challenge the American Power Boat Association’s chief offshore […]

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The 10 Dangers of Kayak Fishing

Although kayak fishing is a relatively safe hobby, accidents do happen. You need to understand the risks to save your life in dangerous situations. Some hazards are avoidable, but others require your quick and efficient response to prevent damage. So, before you go kayak fishing, here are the dangers to be aware of and prepared […]

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100% of MRAA Board contributes to BoatPAC

The Marine Retailers Association of the Americas is proud to announce today that 100 percent of the MRAA Board of Directors has contributed to BoatPAC, the federal political action committee representing the recreational boating industry. The joint PAC fund of the MRAA, the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) and the Association of Marina Industries (AMI), […]

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Invictus GT320S to Debut at Cannes Yachting Festival

PHOTOS COURTESY OF INVICTUS Boasting a sporty character, attention to detail and impressive performance with creative use of space, the new GT320S from Invictus is set to make its world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival September 6 – 11, 2022. Powered by twin Yamaha 300 hp engines and able to support a maximum power […]

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Ryan Salzman – Featured on Bass Edge Radio

Ryan Salzman – Featured on Bass Edge Radio WILDWOOD, Mo. – Bass Edge Radio, presented by Megaware KeelGuard has a Dam episode with MLF/Bass Pro Tour Watts Bar Champion Ryan Salzman as the featured Angler Spotlight in this top-rated podcast.  Bass Edge hosts Aaron Martin and Kurt Dove breakdown fishing dams with Ryan talking the […]

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Commentary: Event Overlap Inevitable For July Blockbusters

<!– Commentary / Uncategorized: Commentary: Event Overlap Inevitable For July Blockbusters –> In a perfect go-fast boating world, there would be more summer weekends, preferably of the three-day kind. No sane and fun-loving person will disagree with this. A few slots remain for the spectacular 1,000 Islands Charity Poker Run. Photo by Tim Sharkey copyright […]

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‘Bug Money’ Skater 28 Catamaran A Dream Come True

<!– New Products: ‘Bug Money’ Skater 28 Catamaran A Dream Come True –> There is no typo in the headline above—the name of Bryan Swinney’s new 28-foot Skater Powerboats catamaran powered by twin Mercury Racing 300R outboard engines isn’t supposed to be “Big Money.” The 37-year-old, who hails from Vernon, N.J., and has been a […]

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Expert sailing tips: pre-race strategy

Few sailors have had as much winning success as 17-time world champion Glenn Ashby. He shares his pre-race strategy tips with Andy Rice Good race strategy is about doing as much pre-race homework as possible and getting that pre-race strategy right. As a young Australian growing up far from the sea in the northern part […]

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Crew rescued from upturned hull of new Farr X2 after keel loss

Two sailors have been rescued in Australia, after the keel of their new Farr X2 yacht detached causing a capsize, and they were found clinging to the hull of the upturned yacht. In a remarkable rescue have been rescued off the coast of New South Wales, Australia, after the keel detached causing a capsize on the new […]

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Patriotic Beauties: Four For The Fourth

<!– Commentary / Image of the Week: Patriotic Beauties: Four For The Fourth –> There’s an excellent chance today will find you somewhere on the water. What better way to celebrate your Independence Day holiday, right? Captured during the 2019 Boyne Thunder Poker Run, Rick Bowling’s Gone Again catamaran does the American flag proud. Photo […]

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Huski Wins in Sarasota; Super Stock Race Cancelled After 3 Accidents

The Sarasota Offshore Grand Prix wrapped up prematurely, when the final race of the weekend—featuring a field of 10 Super Stock entries—suffered three separate accidents, leading to officials calling an end to the competition. (None of the racers involved were seriously injured.) The field of 10 first narrowed to nine when driver Cole Leibel and […]

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Fireworks On The Water In Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix

<!– Racing: Fireworks On The Water In Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix –> After his canopied catamaran, Pro Floors Racing, claimed a hard-earned checkered flag in the Super Cat class at the 37th annual Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix, owner/driver Wayne Valder enthusiastically waved the checkered flag as the MTI catamaran idled along Lido Beach with the […]

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DCB Delivers Stunning Open-Bow M37R to Randal Walker of South Carolina

DCB Performance Boats of El Cajon, CA, has just delivered an open-bow version of its popular M37R catamaran to first-time customer Randal Walker of South Carolina. The boat is powered by twin Mercury Racing 450R outboards. East Coast native Walker, who has owned a variety of go-fast boats built by West Coast builders, says he […]

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DCB Delivers First Open-Bow M37R Catamaran To South Carolina Client

<!– New Products: DCB Delivers First Open-Bow M37R Catamaran To South Carolina Client –> Unlikely as it may seem, South Carolina’s Hartwell Lake is becoming a hotspot for owners of DCB Performance Boats catamarans, which are built across the country in Southern California. The inland waterway, which has more than 950 miles of shoreline, is […]

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Pics And Picks: Post-Practice Racer Grabs From Sarasota

<!– Racing: Pics And Picks: Post-Practice Racer Grabs From Sarasota –> Though the three Bracket class races and Class 1 pole-position qualifying took center stage yesterday, practice and testing rolled on as usual yesterday at the  37th annual Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix in Southwest Florida. Today’s action on the 6.7-mile course, which viewers can catch […]

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Huski Claims Class 1 Pole, Bracket Classes Deliver Surprises In Day One Sarasota Action

On a typical offshore racing weekend, Saturday is reserved for testing and practice—essential for the teams but less-than-compelling fare for fans of the sport—and racing follows Sunday. But in addition to the standard practice sessions, the 37th annual Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix produced by Powerboat P1/P1 Offshore kicked off today with Union International Motonautique Class […]

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