Commercial Success: YN 20555, Project Serena is sold!

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Roar Offshore Fort Myers Beach Makes Cancelation Official

Created: October 1, 2022 by: Written by Matt Trulio With Fort Myers Beach, devastated by Hurricane Ian, the Southwest Florida community has far greater concerns than the loss of an offshore powerboat race. But organizer Tim Hill took time from clearing tons of debris littering his home yesterday to make the announcement official on the […]

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Riviera 4600 Sport Yacht

Built to enjoy. by Ken Kreisler Long a mainstay on the international boating scene, with a solid reputation of designing, engineering and building the kind of yachts able to take the tough waters of Australia and beyond, Riviera presents its 4600 Sport Yacht Platinum Edition. Photos Courtesy of Riviera “Courtesy of her ingenious design, the […]

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Paradise Found

Photo Courtesy of Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum Whitefish Point, on Lake Superior’s “Shipwreck Coast,” is long on tales of mariners lost, natural wonders and spectacular skies, and short on hustle and bustle. By Kath Usitalo On a sunny summer afternoon, the parking lot at the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum is filled with vehicles sporting license […]

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1,000 Islands Charity Poker Run Video Is One From The Heart—And Mind

As a general rule, videos capturing go-fast boating events are long on boats and short on story. Watching boat after boat running on a given waterway is compelling for a moment or two, perhaps even longer for the rightfully proud owners of each boat. But as storytelling meant to engage viewers outside a particular cockpit, […]

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YANMAR adds to sales and marketing teams

YANMAR Marine International has announced the appointment of two new managers to strengthen its global sales and marketing departments at the company’s Netherlands headquarters. Effective July 1, Bas Eerden joins the YMI team as the new Global Sales Manager with the responsibility of coordinating company strategy with local offices, OEM’s and distributors and developing YANMAR’s […]

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Premier Marine opens new manufacturing headquarters

Premier Marine has announced the grand opening of its new corporate offices and manufacturing headquarters in Big Lake, Minn. The new 150,000-sqare-foot facility has the capacity to produce up to 5,000 boats annually with engineering and fabrication capabilities. “Everyone is really excited,” said Premier Marine CEO Matt Homan. “First and foremost, this new facility really […]

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Maxine Kelly leaves Fastmount

Maxine Kelly, Marketing Manager of New Zealand-based Fastmount Panel Mounting Systems has stepped down from her role after 7 years with the team. Fastmount was acquired by Auckland-based Nautical Group Holdings (NGH) in December 2021 and Kelly will be succeeded by Heather Ogden-Handa, who will take over as Group Head of Marketing for NGH. “It […]

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Sunken Fishing Vessel No Longer Environmental Threat: USCG

Crews work aboard the Aleutian Isle on Sept. 20, 2022. U.S. Coast Guard photo. A commercial fishing vessel that sank in mid-August near Sunset Point off Washington’s San Juan Island, was recovered, defueled and on a salvage barge as of Sept. 21, and no longer posed a significant threat to the environment, the U.S. Coast […]

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NOAA Hosts First Responder Training on Entangled Whale Response

Image via NOAA Fisheries. NOAA Fisheries, the leader in the Alaska Large Whale Entanglement Response Program, recently held workshops in four Alaska communities on how to best respond to entangled whales. The training sessions in Metlakatla, Auke Bay and Gustavus in Southeast Alaska and Cordova, on Prince William Sound, taught safety skills needed to approach […]

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Class 1 World Championship Series Tight With Three Races Remaining

Created: September 28, 2022 by: Written by Matt Trulio With the final three races of the Class 1 World Championship Series in Key West, Fla., a little more than a month away, the teams currently in the mix—222 Offshore Australia,  df Young, Huski Chocolate and JBS Racing—have much-appreciated time to prepare for the weeklong Race […]

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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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Heesen and Winch Design launch the new XV67 at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022

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What If The APBA Super Cat And Super Stock Championship Series Ended Today?

About the only natural disaster less predictable than a hurricane is an earthquake, and fortunately Florida doesn’t get a whole lot of those. But the Sunshine State is an ever-shifting ground zero for violent storms this time of year as witnessed by Hurricane Ian, which is predicted to make landfall tomorrow afternoon in the Tampa […]

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Review of SilentJet, Hinckley’s Hybrid Electric Boat Propulsion System

Nearly three decades after the original Hinckley Picnic Boat changed the game, Dasher is back but with all new tricks up her sleeve — it can run in full silence with its trademarked SilentJet technology. Dash of the Unexpected Nearly three decades after the original Hinckley Picnic Boat changed the game, Dasher is back but […]

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Casting for Quality

Freshly-cast propellers cool off before moving on to the next steps. Charles Plueddeman Polished to a mirror finish and carefully engraved, a gleaming stainless steel propeller is like a piece of lovely jewelry for your boat. When exposed, the blades can dazzle other boaters like Harry Winston facets. The Investment Casting Process Goes Modern The […]

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Sharjah Team Rookie Zandbergen Wins F1H2O Grand Prix Of Italy

For the second time in 24 hours, the technically demanding Po River racecourse in San Nazzaro, Italy, produced a string of casualties, with only eight of the 12 starters in the Union Internationale Motonautique F1H2O World Championship event completing the 40-lap race on Sunday. In the end, Dutch driver and Sharjah Team rookie Ferdinand Zandbergen […]

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Solutions for the labor shortage

By Margaret PodlichExecutive Director, ABYC Foundation A Minnesota High School faces a 50% cafeteria worker shortage and needs to feed 2500 students a day. It now pays students $16/hour and gives them course credits to work alongside adults. Students work between classes, don’t need transportation to their jobs, and are having fun. In six years, […]

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At the Helm: The dare to be different

By Adam Quandt It’s time for some truth. The recreational boating industry is one that is often slightly slow to change. Sometimes it’s because the technological advances found in other industries aren’t quite able to operate in a marine environment just yet, other times we simply look at things and say, “that’s how we’ve always […]

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