Monthly Archive: November, 2012

Meet The Rhino 3 The Ultimate Ultralight Plane

Meet the Rhino 3, developed over nearly 15 years of part-time trials and errors, mostly by Mike Balogh and a small group of friends and ultralight enthusiasts from New York. It’s the third (and not necessarily final) version… Continue reading

1905 ELECTRIC PARK – Kinderhook Lake

Photos and story excerpted from Lost Amusement Parks of the Hudson Valley by Wesley Gottlock and Barbara H. Gottlock In the October issue of Boating on the Hudson and Beyond we highlighted the rise and fall of… Continue reading

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION! IT CAN BE AS EASY AS DRIVING YOUR CAR TO YOUR BOAT by John H. Pagliuca

A recent study provides strong evidence that oil analysis programs, higher quality motor oils, and more efficient filters will protect engines from wear and lead to significant cost savings. Less frequent oil changes will also help to keep… Continue reading

CONGRESS TO BLAME FOR BLACK SEA BASS CLOSURE – Recreational Fishing Alliance (RFA)

  Recreational Fishing Alliance (RFA) CONGRESS TO BLAME FOR BLACK SEA BASS CLOSURE Unrealistic Provisions In Magnuson Stevens Act Strike Again   The black sea bass fishery is rebuilt. However, the stock is too… Continue reading

HOT OFF THE PRESSES: November/December 2012 Issue of Boating on the Hudson now available!

As always you can pick up the latest FREE issue of Boating on the Hudson magazine at your local marina or you can view it online HERE. In this Issue: 4 Saratoga County!… Continue reading

Saratoga County Showcases It’s Great Upstate Lifestyle

The Hudson Valley is also “Tech Valley” to many who traverse this upstate-downstate commerce corridor on a daily or weekly basis. North of Albany lies Saratoga County, where downstate business owners often open… Continue reading

Counting Our Blessings For The Holidays by Ivey Levy

Especially now, at a time where some of us may feel a little dismayed, I think it’s important to list our blessings. Daily. Look closely around you, there is so very much to be… Continue reading

Tax Implications of Hurricane Damage to Your Boat by Scott H. Novak

We are a boating community and we are heartbroken about our local marinas and the boaters whose boats have been lost or severely damaged because of Hurricane Sandy. Where your boat was, on what angle to… Continue reading

Vacation Tomato Pie by Ivey Levy (with creative contribution by Vicky Ziluck)

Vacation Tomato Pie by Ivey Levy (with creative contribution by Vicky Ziluck) Some things are just too good to keep to yourself, do you know what I mean? I know it is not very… Continue reading