Tag Archive: Dr. Gel

HOT OFF THE PRESSES: February/March 2013 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: 6 New Launch… 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

HOT OFF THE PRESSES: October 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: 8 Trailer Trouble… Continue reading

Pain At The Dock by Dave Weakley

Dr Gel, “I’m looking into purchasing a 1987 Hobie 16. During the inspection, I noticed that the starboard deck is completely soft from just forward of the front pylon to pretty much the… Continue reading

HOT OFF THE PRESSES: September 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: 8 Outdrives 10… Continue reading

HOT OFF THE PRESSES: July 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: 8 Fireworks From… Continue reading

HOT OFF THE PRESSES: June 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: 9 Fred Johannsen… Continue reading

Papa Can You Fix It? by Dave Weakley, a.k.a “Dr Gel” (Article from the May 2012 Issue)

“On Sunday August 28th 2011 sometime between 5:30 – 6 PM the swift and powerful creek waters tore the boat from its mooring and swept it out onto to the Hudson River. It… Continue reading