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Bruno's Bytes Ask the Experts – Buying a Boat Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell Nautical Humor – Boaters Unique Perspectives Stupid Human Boating Tricks – Mystery
Florida Fishing Article Photo Special Featured Products and Specials

Nautical Humor Joke

Boaters have unique perspectives on life. For example:

"Looking for some cheap entertainment? Set up a chair near a boat launch on a busy summer day."

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Stupid Human Boating Tricks

Mystery Cavitation

"So I spent all this time, money and effort tuning up the 2.5L engine and sealing the Merc Alpha outdrive and I'm ready to head out."

What could go wrong?

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CRC Winterization [Click Here]

Life Jackets [Click Here]

Zodiac [Click Here]

Bruno's Bytes

It's been great fun over the last six months to read your comments and feedback about our new e–magazine, the Review. Most of you said you really liked the new turn–the–pages and zoom in and out format and that the increased content was great reading. Some of you did indicate, however, that the new “fancier” format was too slow to load and didn't work with dial–up or slow speed Internet connections.

We have learned a lot about providing an online boating–focused e–magazine, much of which we will continue using now and into next year. In the meantime, we are pleased to announce…and you can obviously already see that starting with this September issue of the Review we decided to switch to an improved, expanded version of the format what we previously used, which is an easier–to–open and easier–to–navigate monthly for this Fall and Winter's editions of the Review.

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Ask the Experts

Thinking of buying your first boat? A recent entry in our iboats Boating Forums produced some good feedback on basic considerations for making the right decision.

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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell

The splashing and swirling was still going on and still getting closer to shore, nearing water shallow enough to wade in. Stare as I might, I couldn’t make out what it was, but it was definitely something alive.

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Safe Boating
As seen in the September/October 2007 issue of Florida Sport Fishing.

If you had to pick a single item from all of the optional pieces of safety equipment that one could purchase and install on a powerboat, what would it be? The only criteria are that the option has to be highly recommended by federal, state or local maritime authorities and equally as important, not be handicapped by distance limitations. Would it be a VHF radio…a radar system…maybe an EPIRB? Let’s take a quick look at each of these choices and see which piece of equipment meets our parameters.

Photo Special

We thought you might enjoy seeing some employees having fun on the water...

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