The Connecticut Fall Boat Show, presented by Active Interest Media (AIM), runs October 7 through 9 and is located at Safe Harbor Bruce and Johnsons in Branford, Connecticut
Soundings recently conducted a survey of subscribers to learn how they use their boats and what type of stories they’d like to see in the future.
It’s prime boating season in Maine, and this issue is designed in part to celebrate all things Downeast.
A Soundings reader shares his story about who introduced him to boating.
They had only just met when they took a chance and rode out the pandemic together on a boat. Now, 8,000 nautical miles later, they are having the time of their lives.
Recently, I asked readers of Soundings to share their memories of a person who introduced them to boating.
Many of us hop on our boats for a good time. But occasionally you meet people who use their boats to have fun and do good. Paul Robertson, shown above at left, is one.
In 2020, it’s been challenging to check the news feed each morning without bracing for a littlediscomfort, but today I didn’t wince as much. There were some encouraging reports.
As I write this, Hurricane Sally lurches ashore. Her winds are battering Alabama and Florida as the center moves over the Panhandle, putting places like Pensacola, Florida, largely underwater.