Joe Beige found himself spending less and less time on the water.
Along with running and maintaining his 40-foot sportfishing boat, increasing job demands and a growing family were vying for the 42-year-old West Islip, N.Y., attorney's time.
Glacier Bay 2680 Coastal Runner
Scott Lief has always loved fishing and being on the water. So as the Simi Valley, Calif., president and chief technology officer of a computer company was approaching 40, he started to get into serious boating.
Lord Nelson is England’s hero, an 18th century admiral at once intrepid, dauntless and wise in the ways of the sea.
Bob and Sandy White’s Lord Nelson Victory Tug is a chip off the old block.
How do you get from kayaking in war-torn England to relaxing in the cockpit of a Tartan 34 on Long Island Sound?
You follow the saga of Klaus Nuki.
For John Sicuranza, being out on the water in a boat just comes naturally.
The 44-year-old electrical contractor from Old Lyme, Conn., grew up on the waters of Long Island Sound and the Connecticut River, riding around in his father’s 16-foot Glaspar and messing about in the family rowboat. He and his friends learned to drive boats long before they got into cars.
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