Jeanneau CC12.5 WA yacht tour: Inside the €300k Cap Camarat flagship

Forty years after the first Cap Camarat, there’s a new flagship. The Jeanneau CC12.5 WA is the biggest boat ever to wear the badge. Does bigger mean best? Jeanneau’s Cap Camarat line celebrates its 40th birthday in 2022 and what better way to start the party than by launching the biggest Cap Camarat ever, the […]

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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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Cobia 320 CC

It’s what you can’t see that counts. by Capt. Tom Serio The newest entry to the Cobia Boats center console fleet is the 320 CC. Photos Courtesy of Cobia And it may be what you can’t see that’s most important. Cobia utilizes its Vacuum Assisted Resin Infusion System (VARIS) process to layup the hull and […]

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Pursuit S 268

The sporting life. by Peter Frederiksen The Pursuit S 268 Sport merges center console fishing style and amenities with an abundance of comfort features for family cruising and entertainment. Photos Courtesy of Pursuit Smooth hustler Pursuit has a long relationship with Yamaha, and the S 268 is offered with twin Yamaha Digital F150s with Helm […]

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Kawasaki SX-R review: Stand-up Jet Ski delivers extreme performance

Hugo Andreae takes his first ride on the Kawasaki SX-R stand-up Jet Ski to see if this pumped up speed machine really is the next big thing in water toys. Hugo tries hard to look like he knows what he’s doing – nobody is fooled! All photos: Hugo Andreae Being a 52-year-old bloke, I’m not […]

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World Cat 260CC-X

The 260CC-X mixes a smooth ride with fishability. Courtesy World Cat The new World Cat 260CC-X mixes angling versatility with a smooth ride and cruising features. This midsize cat can handle twin Yamaha or Mercury 200 hp outboards. It has twin 90-gallon fuel tanks. Nestled in the starboard quarter is a 30-gallon livewell, and the […]

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RBFF adds new board members

The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) announced six additions to its Board of Directors. Louis Chemi (Freedom Boat Club), Carly Hysell (Garmin International), Wade Middleton (Careco TV), Bryan Seti (Yamaha Motor Corporation), Shelley Tubaugh (Grady-White Boats) and Kendra Wecker (Ohio Department of Natural Resources) bring more than a century and a half of combined […]

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Yamaha announces partnership with Bonefish and Tarpon Trust

Yamaha Rightwaters announced it’s the official outboard of Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT). With this sponsorship, Yamaha is committed to BTT’s mission to conserve bonefish, tarpon and permit—the species, their habitats and the larger fisheries they comprise. “Bonefish & Tarpon Trust’s mission is critical to ensuring the longevity of these species and their habitat,” said John O’Keefe, […]

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Timothy Dube Goes Wire-To-Wire At B.A.S.S. Nation Wins St. Lawrence

WADDINGTON, N.Y. — After a rocky start, Timothy Dube of Nashua, N.H., regrouped, secured his limit and claimed a wire-to-wire win at the TNT Fireworks B.A.S.S. Nation Northeast Regional at the St. Lawrence River with a three-day total of 62 pounds, 10 ounces.  Setting the Day 1 mark with 23-3, Dube added a second-day limit of 21-4. After entering Championship Friday […]

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Best open sportscruisers: 4 tempting options for wind-in-your-hair boating

Used boat expert Nick Burnham picks out four of the best open sportscruisers on the market, from the likes of Sunseeker, Sealine, Windy and Neptunus… The worst thing about open sportscruisers is always the canopy, and the bigger the boat, the bigger the canopy and the greater the swearing and the hassle. It’s precisely why […]

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Chad Morgenthaler Retiring From the Bassmaster Elites

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — After making the decision to pursue angling full-time 19 years ago, Bassmaster Elite Series pro Chad Morgenthaler of Reeds Spring, Mo., is retiring from the circuit, effective immediately. “The plan all along was for this to be my final season. Due to rapidly changing times, I’m starting another new chapter a few […]

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Tested: Windy SR44 Blackhawk

Having previously dipped its toe into the U.S. market, Windy is now diving headfirst into North American waters thanks to a partnership with Nautical Ventures. New Kid on the Dock Having previously dipped its toe into the U.S. market, Windy is now diving headfirst into North American waters thanks to a partnership with Nautical Ventures. […]

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2022 Women Making Waves

By Boating Industry Staff Women Making Waves is Boating Industry’s effort to recognize the multitude of women in the industry who have made and continue to make great contributions to its success, propel its growth and lead their organizations and peers into the future. Now in its fifth year and becoming a part of Boating […]

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Alabama Bass Trail Final Tournament at Eufaula

Trey Wade Bradley Parnell win $10,000 in final ABT on Lake Eufaula with 19.71 By Jason Duran Eufaula, ALA- The South Division of the Alabama Bass Trail wrapped up its regular season with its final stop at Lake Eufaula where 225 teams fished for a 1st place prize of $10,000. This tournament also closed out […]

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Sharrow Marine Partners with Yamaha to Manufacture and Distribute Unique Propeller

Sharrow Marine, makers of a unique propeller that the company says improves efficiency and offers better handling than conventional designs, has partnered with Yamaha Marine Precision Propellers to produce the innovative props in Yamaha’s Greenfield, Indiana facility. Sharrow Marine’s new design might be the biggest innovation in propellers since the 1930s. Sharrow’s distinctive props won […]

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OXE Marine makes waves

Diesel Comes Clean Diesel outboards try to break into the mainstream. Diesel outboards have long gotten a bad rap of being smelly and smoky, but a new generation of diesel technology is aiming to leave that in the sooty past. As yacht owners and the military move to a single-source fuel concept, diesel outboards are […]

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Yamaha Marine Precision Propellers, Sharrow Marine announce agreement

Yamaha’s U.S. Marine Business Unit announced a new manufacturing and limited supply agreement between Yamaha Marine Precision Propellers (YPPI) and Sharrow Marine. The terms of the agreement allow YPPI to cast Sharrow Marine’s award-winning propellers in YPPI’s state-of-the-art facility and foundry in Greenfield, Ind. Yamaha will also offer Sharrow Propellers through its boat builder and […]

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Sharrow Marine, Yamaha Marine Precision Propellers Announce Global Distribution and Manufacturing Supply Agreement

Sharrow Propellers and Yamaha Marine Precision Propellers have entered into a supply agreement. Courtesy Sharrow Marine Sharrow Marine announced today a new supply agreement between Sharrow Marine and Yamaha Marine Precision Propellers (YPPI). The terms of the agreement allow Sharrow Marine to manufacture its award-winning propellers in YPPI’s state-of-the-art facility and foundry in Greenfield, Ind. […]

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