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RSS Soundings Trade Only

  • TPG Adds to Marine Portfolio January 14, 2022
    The hospitality and marina management firm acquired Conanicut Marina and Taylor Point Boat Yard in Jamestown, R.I.
    Jeff Moser
  • Trade Only Today Returns Jan. 18 January 14, 2022
    The daily e-newsletter will not publish Monday, Jan. 17, in observation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We wish everyone a happy and safe holiday weekend.
    Jeff Moser
  • ECONOMY REPORT: Omnipresent Omicron January 14, 2022
    The year closed with an uptick in consumer confidence, but the latest coronavirus variant threatens to derail progress
    Jack Atzinger

RSS Boating Industry Magazine

  • Industry voices support for Indiana wakesurfing bill January 13, 2022
    The Indiana General Assembly, which opened its 2022 session the first week of the new year, is considering legislation (HB 1055, SB 187) which would establish commonsense guidelines for individuals and boats that engage in wakeboarding and wakesurfing. Both bills would keep Indiana’s waters safe for Hoosiers while protecting fair access to Indiana’s great waters […]
    Adam Quandt
  • ABYC announces updates to 2022 Standards Week January 13, 2022
    The American Boat & Yacht Council (ABYC) announced updates to its annual Standards Week event, originally scheduled to be hosted in Charleston, South Carolina. Project Technical Committee (PTC) meetings have moved to a virtual format this week, Jan. 10-14, 2022, while ABYC’s annual membership meeting and Marine Law Symposium will occur later this year. The […]
    Adam Quandt
  • Yamaha Rightwaters program recycles 10k pounds of plastic January 13, 2022
    The Yamaha Rightwaters plastics recycling program returned more than 10,000 pounds of Polyethylene and Polypropylene sheet plastics back to base materials during 2021, proving a pilot concept the sustainability initiative hopes to expand in 2022. Yamaha Rightwaters announced the program in August and continues to work with Nexus of Atlanta, Georgia and Tommy Nobis Enterprises of Marietta, […]
    Adam Quandt

RSS Boating Magazine

  • How to Pick the Right Marine Lead-Acid Battery January 17, 2022
    Tips to help you choose the proper battery for your boat. The post How to Pick the Right Marine Lead-Acid Battery appeared first on Boating Mag.
    Jim Hendricks
  • Choosing Where to Anchor January 14, 2022
    Dropping anchor in the wrong spot can result in serious angst, even danger. The post Choosing Where to Anchor appeared first on Boating Mag.
    Jim Hendricks
  • 2022 Brabus Shadow 900 XC January 12, 2022
    The Shadow 900 XC is full of on-water thrills. The post 2022 Brabus Shadow 900 XC appeared first on Boating Mag.
    Kevin Falvey

RSS Cruising World

  • Boston’s Community Boating on the Charles River Open to Sailors of All Levels of Experience January 12, 2022
    "I've come to check out Charlie hard at work, as executive director of one of the sailing world's unsung jewels, the urban resource (or is that oasis?) called Community Boating." The post Boston’s Community Boating on the Charles River Open to Sailors of All Levels of Experience appeared first on Cruising World.
    Herb McCormick
  • Underwater Wonders in the Caymans January 12, 2022
    An abundance of marine life and amazing coral reefs combined with warm, clear water make the Cayman Islands a winning destination. The post Underwater Wonders in the Caymans appeared first on Cruising World.
    Paul Sutcliffe
  • A Look at New Electronic Gear for 2022 January 12, 2022
    Electronics Editor David Schmidt takes a look at some exciting new gear, including evolutionary Garmin handheld GPS units, Furuno Radar, and emergency equipment advancements from Sirius Signal. The post A Look at New Electronic Gear for 2022 appeared first on Cruising World.
    David Schmidt

RSS Marine Log

  • They’re hiring women now! Ferry captain reflects on 46 years of service January 3, 2022
    Back in late September 2021, Capt. Marsha Morse of Vashon, Wash., retired after over 46 years of service as a professional mariner with the Washington State Ferry (WSF) system. Morse became the The post They’re hiring women now! Ferry captain reflects on 46 years of service appeared first on Marine Log.
    Heather Ervin
  • Zan Fast Ferries orders third CoCo Yachts Coastal Cruiser January 3, 2022
    Gorinchen, Netherlands-headquartered CoCo Yachts reports that Zan Fast Ferries of Zanzibar, Tanzania, has ordered a third CoCo Yachts designed high speed passenger craft. The vessel, a Coastal Cruiser 599, will join two The post Zan Fast Ferries orders third CoCo Yachts Coastal Cruiser appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey
  • SAFE Boats wins Ukraine-linked patrol boat order January 3, 2022
    As tensions over Russian threats to Ukraine mount, SAFE Boats International, Bremerton, Wash., has been awarded a contract under a U.S. security assistance program that includes a focus on enhancing Ukraine’s capacity The post SAFE Boats wins Ukraine-linked patrol boat order appeared first on Marine Log.
    Nick Blenkey

RSS Motor Boat & Yachting

  • Cruising the Great Loop in a Princess V48: Mohawk Marina to Lake Erie January 17, 2022
    Princess V48 owner Elliott Maurice tackles storm surges, broken lock gates and submerged logs to complete his epic journey from Miami to the Great Lakes.Photos: Maurice Elliott This is Part Six of Elliott’s Great Loop adventure, make sure to read Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four and Part Five first. After nearly three […]
    Elliott Maurice
  • Best deck boats: Latest models show why this is such a popular starter boat style January 17, 2022
    Our US correspondent Elliott Maurice explains why deck boats are so popular and picks out 5 of the best deck boats on the market right now… The question I get asked most often by those wishing to get into boating is, what’s the best boat for beginners? The answer, to my mind, is a vessel […]
    Elliott Maurice
  • MBY custom yacht expert Alan Harper reveals his £5m fantasy fleet January 14, 2022
    Alan Harper has reviewed some of the finest motorboats from all around the world, but what would he spend £5million of his own money on? I was the editor of this magazine in a past life, and it was my privilege to accumulate a lot of sea time in a great variety of craft. Lately […]
    Alan Harper