Ranger Tugs-inspired cruisers
Fluid Motion, the designer and builder of Ranger Tugs, has introduced two semidisplacement pilothouse boats designed for cruising, fishing and overnighting.
"The idea was to take one of the core strengths of Ranger Tugs, which is trailerability and the efficiency of one diesel engine, and add more speed, because the cruiser owner might want to run 30 mph or cruise at 25 mph," says Mark Mansfield, national sales manager of the new division, Cutwater Boats.
French artist Julien Berthier's 'ambiguous image' of a doomed sloop isn't really what it seemsIt's a nautical work of art designed with a wry sense of humor. Yes, it looks like a stoic skipper going down with his ship, but neither the boat nor skipper is going to slip beneath the surface anytime soon.
Leaked documents allude to a deal to help Spain recover a $500 million treasure found by a U.S. company
WikiLeaks' release of a deluge of U.S. State Department cables has brought to light diplomatic conversations linking U.S. support for Spain's claim to a half-billion dollars worth of silver coins salvaged from the ocean floor by an American company to Spanish help for a now-deceased U.S. citizen who was trying to recover a painting in Spain that the Nazis confiscated from his grandparents.
Ariel Pared is VP of Sales and Marketing for SeeVee Boats
Ariel Pared is vice president of sales and marketing for SeaVee Boats in Miami. In 2008 SeaVee became the first company in the United States to build a center console with pod-drive propulsion, a 39-footer.
ZF Marine and SeaVee Boats introduced a 34-foot center console with a single-pod propulsion system last fall at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show - the first of its kind in the recreational marine market, according to the companies.
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