• Back'n Off In 'Bama

    March 31, 2006
    News
    Alabama lawmakers have reduced the number of lakes that would ban houseboats and other large boats under the latest version of a bill making its way t
  • Continuing Education: USPS University

    March 30, 2006
    News
    The United States Power Squadrons has had a long and distinguished history in the field of boating education; a history that has seen a transition fro
  • N.C. Officials Grapple With Permitting Laws

    March 29, 2006
    News
    An advisory committee, formed to study multislip dock rules in North Carolina, will hold two meetings this week to hear public comments on a proposal
  • Florida Now 62 Tons Lighter

    March 28, 2006
    News
    The nearly 3,000 volunteers who came out for the 29th Annual Waterway Cleanup this month removed close to 62 tons of trash and debris from the waterwa
  • Check Your Vessel

    March 27, 2006
    News
    As we approach the upcoming boating season, the U.S. Coast Guard reminds ALL recreational boaters that one of the most important steps you can take to
  • $30K Sea Ray Up For Auction

    March 25, 2006
    News
    Sea Ray Boats will auction a fully equipped 2006 185 Sport on eBay with all proceeds going to the Knoxville, Tenn., chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Fou
  • Revamped `Grow Boating' site premiers

    March 23, 2006
    News
    The newly redesigned Web site for the Grow Boating campaign launched this week featuring several new and updated elements to help manufacturers and de
  • Boating Courses Offered Across the Country

    March 22, 2006
    News
    The United States Power Squadrons is offering boating courses across the entire U.S. during National Safe Boating Week-May 20-26.
  • What Did I Hit?

    March 21, 2006
    News
    After reviewing five years of its own claim files, BoatU.S. Marine Insurance lists the most common causes for insurance claims among boat owners.
  • Are You Ready for Hurricane Season?

    March 20, 2006
    News
    With hurricane season set to begin on June 1, The Progressive Group of Insurance Companies is urging boaters in hurricane-prone regions to start makin
  • Proposed Boat Ban Draws Opposition

    March 17, 2006
    News
    Opposition is mounting against the proposal to ban some boats from nine of Alabama's popular lakes, the National Marine Manufacturers Association said
  • Post-Katrina Show a Success

    March 16, 2006
    News
    Dealers were apprehensive going into the New Orleans Boat Show this past weekend because of the lingering effects of Hurricane Katrina, but most came
  • BoatRenting.com at Palm Beach Show

    March 15, 2006
    News
    BoatRenting.com, a New York-based company with a website featuring online bookings of boat rentals, will demonstrate its unique system at the 21st Ann
  • Boat Ban in Alabama?

    March 14, 2006
    News
    A boat ban that passed the Alabama State Senate Judiciary Committee in a closed session last week is causing alarm throughout the boating community.
  • Tennessee Marina Fire Destroys 13 Boats

    March 13, 2006
    News
    A small electrical fan might have been the cause of a fire that destroyed 13 boats at Creekwood Marina in Hendersonville, Tenn.
  • Bush Expected to Sign Anti-Counterfeit Law

    March 10, 2006
    News
    Marine manufacturers hailed the final passage of H.R.32, the Stop Counterfeiting in Manufactured Goods Act, by the House of Representatives on Wednesd
  • Boaters Biggest Mistakes

    March 09, 2006
    News
    Most boaters will tell you a good day is a day out on the water. Unless, of course, they got stranded in a storm because they didn't check the weather
  • Brunswick to shake up marine game

    March 08, 2006
    News
    Brunswick Corp. is on the path to fundamentally changing what traditionally has been a cottage industry, chairman and CEO Dustan McCoy told a group of
  • Baltimore Pontoon Taxi Overloaded

    March 07, 2006
    News
    A water taxi capsized and killed five people in Baltimore Harbor in 2004 because excessive passenger weight made the boat too unstable to withstand a
  • Boat Thieves Beware

    March 03, 2006
    News
    For the first time ever, an ambitious new project aimed a curbing boat theft makes it possible for anyone to check a boat's details against an interna
  • Big News From West Marine

    March 02, 2006
    News
    West Marine, Inc., the country's favorite retailer of boating supplies and accessories, today announced the arrival of its New Boat Owner Program avai
  • Keeping Florida Afloat

    March 01, 2006
    News
    The marine industry has a $13.6 billion economic impact on South Florida, according to a study released this week by the Marine Industries Association