Not having a boat can drive some people a little crazy. Here’s what it did to me.
Boatlessness does strange things to a boater’s psyche. At least that’s my experience. And to further explicate the phenomenon, please allow me to describe the bizarre state of mind I fell into during the long, glum, boatless period that stretched between the sale of my Grand Banks trawler a year or so ago and the recent purchase of my new (to me, that is) Cape Dory 28 Flybridge Cruiser.
Written by Ben Ellison on Sep 28, 2016 for Panbo, The Marine Electronics Hub
There’s a fair amount of logistical maneuvering involved in putting this magazine together, as you might imagine. Between out-of-town meetings, boat shows, sea trials, and various other events, our writers and editors are seemingly on the move all the time. Covering all the necessary bases can sometimes get a bit complicated.
Written by Ben Ellison on Sep 22, 2016 for Panbo, The Marine Electronics Hub
Time on the water allows Senior Editor Daniel Harding to reflect on the passing of Power & Motoryacht legend Richard Thiel.
Boatbuilders, brokers, and really anyone with some skin in the marine industry seem to be wrestling with the question: How can we attract more millennials (those born in the early 1980s) to our pastime? It’s as important a question as ever, considering that millennials have recently surpassed baby boomers as the largest demographic in the U.S., an inherently irreversible trend that will only increase.
Today I've got a smorgasbord of new gear to share, starting with a trio of serious multi-sensors from Lars Thrane A/S in Denmark.