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U.S. COAST GUARD RESCUES 14 CREW FROM THE TALL SHIP THE H.M.S. BOUNTY

Many of you know the fourteen people who were the crew from the Tall Ship The H.M.S. Bounty since the Bounty spent some time giving tours at The Newburgh Waterfront.  14 of the 16… Continue reading

No One On The River? Get Out And Go!

Maritime History Museum at Fort Schuyler By Lada Simek

What! One of the largest museums of ships and maritime history is in New York City directly under the Throgs Neck bridge? In the only completely restored pre-civil war fort in the USA? With ship models worth… 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

Keep The Edge with Lex! by Lex Filipowski (Aqua Box & ECOXPRO)

Aqua Box & ECOXCPRO Welcome to this month’s “Keep The Edge With Lex” column. Since this is a boating magazine I can use my great and powerful psychic abilities to predict that you… Continue reading

Not Every Boat Is A 10 – No Wake Zone – By Dennis Donato

WOW! Itʼs September already and the boating season is almost over!! Thatʼs right, only 60 more days until the boats have to be off of the fl oating docks and the clubs begin… Continue reading

Hunting In New Jersey by Jim Stabile

Despite New Jersey having more people per square mile than any state and the highest property taxes in the country, the state has an asset some overlook–hunting. From deer and bears to waterfowl… Continue reading

An Angel from Afar by John H. Vargo, Publisher

Here you are water skiing on the west shore of the Hudson opposite the Indian Point Nuclear plants and suddenly your boat stops! What the hell, the water skier drops off, takes off his… Continue reading

Anchor Your Portfolio with Index Funds by Art Stahl

The anchors you carry on your boat are not complicated or high tech devices, but you wouldn’t leave the dock without them; they can hold your boat in place when you’re not driving,… Continue reading

Hudson River Tides For September 2012

From The Battery to Troy CLICK HERE for the tides for September 2012 (you will need Adobe Acrobat to view the article) You can find this and more in the latest issue of Boating… Continue reading

Now That I Have It, What The #U@% Should I Do With It??? – Ivey’s In My Kitchen

I just know you’ve gotta be asking yourself that too, right? Summer is ending and I am totally overwhelmed, I’ve got so many tomatoes and cucumbers left, my garden looks like a men’s lockeroom. It’s my fault, I planted… Continue reading

Outdone By The Outdrives! (Can The Oil Really Make A Difference) by John Pagliuca

It’s not unusual and often expected, for an owner of a car dealership to rave about products, especially what he sells. But when Larry Marchese, owner of Marchese Chevrolet in Fort Montgomery, New… Continue reading

Mahopac Marine – Checkmate Go Fast Boats & Mercury OptiMax Pro XS Outboards

  High Speed, Strong, Great Resale Value are just a few of the words to describe the new Checkmates at Mahopac Marine, in Mahopac, NY. Think speed as Checkmates give the best performance for your… Continue reading

Southern Saratoga Happenings by Pete Bardunias

  (Pete Bardunias is the President/CEO of the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County) Whether by land or sea, a visit to the newly opened Blu Tea Company (111 Park Avenue, Mechanicville, NY 12118) will tickle… Continue reading

Properly Installing Propellers On Straight Shaft Boats by Gabe Capobianchi (Co-Owner of Precision Propeller)

Precision Propeller and its staff, loves the propeller business. With over 25 years in the business, our entire staff gets involved in not only repairing propellers but is concerned the actual installation of… Continue reading

Unicorn – Only All-Female Crewed Tall Ship In The World

Sailing as the only all-female crewed tall ship in the world, Unicorn sails the sea with proven on-board leadership programs for teenage girls and women. Holland-built in 1947 from German U-boat metals, Unicorn… Continue reading

Keep The Edge with Lex! by Lex Filipowski (Jet Ski)

Jet Ski This is Lex and welcome to this month’s “Keep The Edge With Lex”, where you will find out about some of the latest great new products and leading edge trends. I’ve… Continue reading

Eggs For Moose – Ivey’s In My Kitchen

“I have a friend, her name is Moose. Technically now, it’s Mimi. But back in the day, when I was a 13 yr old juvenille delinquent hanging out at REC, when I met… Continue reading

Keep The Edge with Lex! by Lex Filipowski (V-MODA – Faders VIP Earphones)

V-MODA – Faders VIP Earphones “Imagine hearing the beautiful symphony of bird song on a glorious, sunny Spring morning as their joyous sounds envelope you in peace and serenity as you greet a brand new… Continue reading

Off The Charters Celebrates Its 300th Striped Bass Catch For The 2012 Season!

Just 2 months ago we posted this picture of Captain Bob Trenz with his first Striped Bass catch of the season! Today, Captain Bob Tenz is celebrating with Dana who has caught the… Continue reading