Boating

Statement 38 SUV OB Miami Ice Lights Up Show

In a contemporary nod to the television series that brought high-performance powerboats, electronic music and white linen jackets to America’s living … [Read more...]

Troubleshooting a Rough-Running Outboard

A set of fresh spark plugs can often smooth a rough-running outboard engine, but make note of any severely fouled or damaged spark plugs. This can point to problems inside your engine. Photo courtesy of NGK.

With the advent of solid-state ignition, fuel injection, and a host of other technologies, today’s two- and four-stroke outboards are more reliable … [Read more...]

Honda’s Concept Outboard Takes Wing

For display only, Honda's concept outboard borrows design elements from the company's NSX car.

It's not really going to run (at least in the near future) but the new concept outboard introduced by Honda Marine at the 2017 Miami International Boat … [Read more...]

Five Ways to Hold Down Boat Insurance Costs and Maximize Enjoyment of Your Boat

Extreme winds left this boat high and not quite dry. Photo by Jocelyn Augustino/courtesy FEMA.

The best way to keep boat insurance rates low is to minimize the chance of making a claim. And the more trouble-free your boating experience, the more … [Read more...]

The Outboard Expert: New Evinrude E-TEC 60 H.O.

When you need to move out a boat loaded down with a family reunion, the new Evinrude E-TEC 60 H.O. is up to the task.

More displacement for more muscle makes this new two-stroke Evinrude an interesting match for heavy fishing boats and pontoons. This article originally … [Read more...]

Super Bowl LI: 6 Boating-Related Things You Probably Didn’t Know About This Year’s Big Game

Are you part of the Tom Brady fan club, or are you ready to #RiseUp with your Falcons as they fly into the Super Bowl? Regardless of what team you’ll … [Read more...]

Troubleshooting a Manual Marine Head

A typical rebuild kit for a manual marine head, including discharge flapper valve, joker valve, inlet/outlet flapper, discharge flapper, and other critical seals. Photo courtesy of Groco.

Engines stall, pumps stop pumping, and lights stop working quite frequently on boats—it’s part of the game. But there’s perhaps no more troublesome … [Read more...]

Powerboats

The world of powerboats can seem a bewildering one to a newcomer. Even someone who has been involved in boating all their life may well find themselves … [Read more...]

Boat Parts

Every used boat will have parts that need replacement. Some parts will be easier to find than others. In this photo note the gas struts lifting the locker covers, the locker gaskets and latches, and the rubber covers on the rod holders. Where do you find such things?

Unless you’ve bought a new boat, or a used one that's been fully restored and updated by the previous owner, chances are you’ll inherit an annoying … [Read more...]

Black Friday 2016

With Thanksgiving less than a week away, that can only mean one thing—holiday shopping is upon us. While Black Friday and Cyber Monday may not seem like … [Read more...]


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