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SELF-DRAINING PORTHOLES Portholes mounted on angled surfaces can trap residual water from rain and spray, making it impossible to open the port without getting wet. The Newport series of self-draining portholes from Beckson Marine are uniquely designed to prevent water …

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Water Maker: Our water maker removed from its snug position under the sink and looking a bit sorry for itself prior to overhaul. Photo by Sim Hoggarth

Ever Wondered About a Water Maker?

Have you ever wondered about a water maker? We did. Every time I lugged those jerry jugs aboard. Every time I ran across the bay to the water dock in the dinghy on a wild and windy day. Every time …

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St Maarten Heineken Regatta: El Ocaso, overall winner of CSA 3 and the regatta’s prestigious ‘Most Worthy Performance’ award. Photo: OceanMedia

St. Maarten Heineken Regatta: Hot Racing, Cold Beer

The 36th edition of the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta was a record affair. Eighty four yachts competed in the Gill Commodores Cup, the largest entry in its history and 193 boats participated in the three day Heineken Regatta. This year organisers …

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Nine-year-old Robbie Richards with his winning 29.4-pound dolphin fish (mahi-mahi). Credit Dean Barnes

Richards Top Angler, Emanuel Top Boat at Dolphin Derby

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. The catch of a 29.4-pound dolphin fish (mahi-mahi) earned St. Thomas junior angler, Robbie Richards, Top Angler and a $1,000 cash prize at the Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club’s 21st Annual Dolphin Derby, sponsored by …

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Rum Review: Dos Maderas PX 5+5

At Odds with Dos Maderas PX 5+5

Our son and daughter-in-law surprised us with a rum of the month subscription from Taster’s Club, a subscription based company featuring whiskey, tequila and rum. Taster’s Club carefully selects “must have” rums from around the world and surprises its members …

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Environment: Green Cruising: 400 Watts from the sun

Green Cruising

Topics like sustainable resources and waste disposal are all over the media, the public shows concern and agrees that something should be done in order to save the planet. For many, environmental woes remain somewhat theoretical, distant, brushed aside by …

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Everglades Restoration

South Florida News: Long-term Solutions for Everglades Restoration

Sportfishing Industry Encourages Long-term Solutions for Everglades Restoration The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) supports efforts being made on the federal and state levels to address Florida’s water quality issues that can have an impact on fisheries habitat and management. A record-breaking amount …

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Grenada Sailing Week: The J24 Glory Daze is ambushed by eventual class winner Island Water World Die Hard. Photo: Tim Wright

Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week

The rough sea conditions that preceded this regatta made it tough going for those on their way to Grenada for the event, but during Sailing Week the powerful winds added excitement and challenge to the racing. On the first two …

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Schoelcher International Nautical Week: Photo by Sophie Reinach

Schoelcher International Nautical Week

The quantity and quality of sailors made the 26th Schoelcher International Nautical Week (SINW), hosted by the Cercle Nautique de Schoelcher in Martinique, February 5th to 9th, extra special. Not only did 140 sailors from the European countries of France, …

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Whitewater Boats: Photo Courtesy of Whitewater Boats

Whitewater Boats

Just off I-95 in North Miami a boat builder has been quietly building some of the most coveted center console fishing and diving boats for over three decades. Whitewater Boat Corporation has developed a reputation among fishermen, divers and charter …

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