An exhibition showcasing the works of marine wildlife artists Guy Harvey and Kent Ullberg recently opened at the historic Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum in Oradell, N.J.
It’s acknowledged among boat owners that boat engines have improved in quality and reliability through the years and backing that up are recent surveys from J.D. Power reporting a steady decrease in the number of reported problems in marine engines.
Rhode Island Marine Trades Association president Wendy Mackie wanted to beef up content at the 2014 Providence Boat Show, which ran from Friday through Sunday in Rhode Island.
The Herreshoff Marine Museum recently announced the newest addition to its collection of classic boats — the Herreshoff Class “B” one-design Frostbite dinghy named Ankle Deep, which was built in 1934 by the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company of Bristol, R.I., for Charles Glenn Moody of Boston.
Six British fishermen were forced to leap one-by-one from their storm-battered boat during a dramatic rescue as the southwest coast of England received yet another hammering from the winter weather over the weekend.
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