The headlines accompanying the release of the Coast Guard’s 2012 Recreational Boating Statistics earlier this week correctly trumpeted the decrease in boating deaths, injuries and accidents. That’s good news.
On the eve of the American Boating Congress, the Recreational Boating Leadership Council met for five hours on Tuesday to chart progress and hear from the six committees working on key components of the industry’s 10-year growth plan.
I read a story over the weekend about how new technology is reopening natural gas fields under the stormy North Sea. Sections of the ocean floor that a decade ago companies turned their backs on as either tapped out or just too difficult to work are seeing a healthy revival, according to The Wall Street [...]
New-boat sales have cooled during a chilly spring, but experts think the economy will weather the sequester and builders and dealers are upbeat.
I was walking past a row of boats on the hard at the Palm Beach International Boat Show in March when I did a double take over something to my left. I stopped and circled back. Pretty boat? Pretty girl?
Given all the changes and upheaval taking place in media these days, newspapers and magazines with longevity and a strong, steady pulse are worthy of note.
Gray Harker has a way with boats and a way with words.
The spirit of entrepreneurship and the dream of building a better mousetrap was alive and well at the Palm Beach International Boat Show last week.
Phin Sprague Jr. is part contrarian, part libertarian, part Yankee. The veteran offshore sailor also is the founder of the Maine Boatbuilders Show, which finished up Sunday, and the owner of Portland Yacht Service, a full-service yard in Portland, Maine.
The image of the young kid driving the well-worn little tub named Whisper was just what I was looking for.