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Webasto A/C Series expands with 115v model

The Webasto BlueCool S-Series model S10 has a cooling capacity of 10,000 BTU/h

The best relief from a hot, humid night is a well air-conditioned cabin. To fit a wider range of boats, the BlueCool S-Series of self-contained air conditioning units from Webasto Thermo & Comfort North America is now available in a …

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Boat Yard Profile: Bradford Marine Grand Bahama

Big boats were the exception rather than the rule on the recreational yachting scene in South Florida during the 1960s. Consider that Tampa, FL-headquartered Bertram launched its 38-foot sport fishermen in 1969, while over on the state’s east coast the …

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The Seven Words You Can’t Put on a Boat

Sadly, my growing family has exceeded the capacity of our Catalina 34 and we are in the market for a larger boat. As the search continues we frequently discuss the possible choices over dinner and last night we touched on …

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BVI Strong Poker Run HUGE Success with 263 Boats

Puerto Rican Pride at the 2018 BVI Poker Run. Photo: Javier Lopez, JL Consulting

On Sunday May 27th, Leverick Bay Resort and Marina hosted the 2018 ‘BVI Strong’ Poker Run, with 263 boats and about 2,000 participants. The event – even larger than the previous year’s massive event – departed from, and returned to, …

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Insights into Advances in Anode Metallurgy

  Boat owners have always embraced innovation. They have an innate ability to see the benefit of a new product or technology, and how it will affect their time on the water. Except for anodes. In the face of modern …

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Hand-Held Devices: Seasucker Will Take It From Here

Whether aboard a powerboat, sailboat, SUP or kayak, portable electronics are everywhere on the water. But tablets, cell phones, GoPros, MP3 players, fishfinders and GPS units can only be held in the hand for so long. The versatile SeaSucker Naked …

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Tea Tree Oil

Eco-friendly TRAC TEAgel® is specially formulated to naturally remove stubborn onboard odors. Unlike other products that simply mask odors, TEAgel® harnesses the unique properties of authentic Australian Tea Tree Oil to naturally degrade odor-causing mold, mildew and bacteria, leaving only …

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Tecma Hose

When boats begin to smell less than fresh, the culprit is typically old sanitation hose.  Backed by a five-year warranty, Tecma HosePlus 38 is made from high-quality butyl rubber and has an integrated odor shield that offers a permeability level …

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Glomex RA1225HP VHF Antenna

VHF is still the most common means to communicate on the water, especially offshore. But a radio’s effectiveness is dependent largely on the quality of its antenna. The Glomex RA1225HP 8ft Classic High-Performance VHF antenna is engineered for maximum long-range …

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Boston Whaler Dealers Honored for Excellence

Service with a smile is why a boatload of Boston Whaler dealers have been honored for excellence in customer satisfaction. In May, the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) released the results of its 2017 Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) dealership surveys. …

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Garmin unveils Ultra High-Definition scanning sonar 

  Garmin International, Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd.,  have announced Ultra High-Definition scanning sonar, a new technology that uses a higher frequency range to deliver stunningly clear images and detail of structure and fish below and around the boat …

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Metal Shark Next-Generation Damen Fast Crew Supplier

Damen Fast Crew Supplier

As an extension of its existing relationship with Netherlands-based Damen Shipyards, Louisiana-based shipbuilder Metal Shark has announced the availability of the new Damen FCS 7011 for the U.S. market. With its size, range, 40-knot speed and 150-passenger capacity, the all-aluminum …

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