Larger Gamefisherman Express boats are rarely for sale, but we found a few s
We spoke with three brokers who had listings for rare Gamefisherman boats to see what they had to say about these sturdy, pedigreed sportfishes. Read here for more
Written by Ben Ellison on Sep 11, 2014 for Panbo, The Marine Electronics Hub
Written by Ben Ellison on Sep 2, 2014 for Panbo, The Marine Electronics Hub
We used a sampan to make our way from the bridge at Dong Ha in Quang Tri, the northernmost province of what used to be South Vietnam, to Cua Viet, the spot where the U.S. Navy kept its PBRs and other watercraft back in the day. Of necessity, of course, we had to travel some water that I hadn’t traveled for 40-some years.
Written by Ben Ellison on Aug 29, 2014 for Panbo, The Marine Electronics Hub
Retracing the steps you took, or rather the waters you swooped across, during a combat tour that enlivened your youth need not be a totally grim endeavor. In fact, there are aspects of it, I am finding out, that can actually be fun. For example, a couple of days ago on the Song Thu Bon, the Vietnamese skipper of our little single-diesel-powered double-ender (sort of a sampan, I’d say, with a roof and benches) let me drive for a while and I had a superb time doing it.