Modern Design Gives Boaters More

Boat designs and materials have come a long way from the way boats were built a hundred years ago when framing and planking out of wood severely limited the shape of a boat. Now with fiberglass, Kevlar, Carbon Fiber, and other high tech composite materials boats can be built stronger, lighter and

Rendezvous Time

According to Webster’s a rendezvous is “A place appointed for assembly or meeting.” That doesn’t sound too exciting and does not describe the way boaters define their rendezvous. Annual boaters rendezvous are designed so that boat owners can get together with other owners of similar boats, and

Crossing an Ocean Opens the World

For centuries people have dreamed of heading out to sea. Gliding over the waves on a sailboat propelled only by the wind seems idyllic compared to our everyday drudgery. For those able to make this dream a reality going to sea is a transformational experience. Guiding a vessel under sail provides a feeling of self-sufficiency like

Airborne Wireless Network: New IPO Uplisting to NASDAQ

For those who wish to learn more about Airborne Wireless Network, files have just been posted in regards to this particular company’s goal to raise $21.55 million in an IPO uplisting to the NASDAQ. (OTCQB: ABWN)

Cruising on a Trailerable Boat Provides Exciting Options

Jim and Lisa Favors have been adventure cruising for years. Starting from their home state of Michigan, they took a 42’ powerboat on the “Great Loop” traveling through the Great Lakes into the Mississippi River system, into the Gulf of Mexico, around Florida and up the entire Eastern Seaboard before returning back to Michigan. They

How Can You Get More Boat for Less Money?

There is no better way to spend quality time than aboard a boat. Whether enjoying a secluded cove, socializing in a marina, or tying up alongside a waterfront restaurant, getting out on a boat takes you away from your everyday worries. Extended cruising is even more enjoyable. Exploring areas that can only be reached by boat, far from

Yamaha Pro Jordan Lee Wins 2018 Bassmaster Classic® on Lake Hartwell

Yamaha Pro Angler Jordan Lee is the 2018 Bassmaster Classic® Champion. Lee, who began Sunday’s championship round in sixth place, caught five bass that weighed 16 pounds, 5 ounces and won the 2018 Bassmaster Classic® with a three-day total of 47 pounds, 1 ounce. Lee, who won last year’s Classic on Lake Conroe, Texas, joins

The Aspen 10,000 Mile Tour is born!

An adventurous owner takes delivery of a 40’ Aspen C120 power catamaran in Seattle and decides to cruise the new boat all the way from Seattle, WA to Annapolis, MD.

Bobby Lane Remembers ‘One that Got Away’ as He Heads to 2018 Bassmaster Classic®

Bobby Lane admits he still remembers a bass he lost on the first day of the 2015 Bassmaster Classic® that might have cost him a win in the event, but the Yamaha Pro likes his chances even more as he heads into this year’s Classic,® to be

Yamaha Marine Launches 2018 “Yamaha Classic Contest”

Yamaha Marine Group announced today the launch of the 2018 “Yamaha Classic Contest” on Facebook®, Twitter®, and Instagram®. The contest invites participants to send in their Yamaha photos and awards the entry that best

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