Friday, September 29th, 2023

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Friday, September 29th, 2023

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Study: Economic growth showing in recreational boating industry

The National Marine Manufacturers Association, which represents North American recreational boat, marine engine and accessory manufacturers, recently reported the growing economic impact of the recreational boating industry across the United States.

A little boating etiquette goes a long way

Let me start out by stating I am an impatient person by nature so I fully understand how frustrating it can be when you feel like someone is wasting your valuable leisure time.
Unfortunately, becoming

Mentor Lagoons in Ohio adds fuel docks in harbor

The fuel thirst that has plagued Mentor Lagoons boaters has been assuaged. Or soon will be, anyway.
The work on installing a pair of 3,000-gallon above-ground steel fuel tanks and respective fueling pumps was nearly

National Safe Boating Week is coming up May 20-26

National Safe Boating Week will be held from May 20-26, reminding all boaters to brush up on boating safety skills and prepare for the boating season. The observance serves as the annual kick-off of the

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Survey: Why owners are selling their boats

MIAMI, Fla. — Even with surging prices at the pump and inflation rates hitting a 40-year high, private boat sellers are optimistic about the overall boat market and plan to increase their spending in the

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A ‘tsunami’ of boats for the holiday?

Record-high gas prices have many boaters throughout the country saving and waiting for Independence Day to get out on the water, which could result in one of the busiest on-water holidays in decades.

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Boating safety

When my son and his friend Dan were young boys, my friend and I took them canoeing on the Delaware River. The boys knew how to swim and we all wore a personal floatation device.

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