Garmin announced that a free software update for select chartplotters expands access to the company’s networked sounder units.
Viking Yachts Turns 50
Back in May, we caught up with Pete Frederiksen, director of communications for Viking Yachts, to talk about the company’s 50th anniversary, and what the New Jersey powerhouse has in store for the
Where to see the fireworks celebrations from your boat, wherever you are.
This weekend is the Fourth of July, and all across the nation people will be celebrating with the most American of traditions—shooting a bunch of explosives into the sky. Here are a few places you can go to tie up, kick back, and celebrate America.
I just got back from the Abacos where I was testing the Pursuit 325. That’s quite a little vessel that packs a whole lot of boat onto her 32-foot LOA thanks to an open, bow-rider layout.
Written by Ben Ellison on Jun 30, 2014 for Panbo, The Marine Electronics Hub
Written by Ben Ellison on Jun 25, 2014 for Panbo, The Marine Electronics Hub
This past weekend, after a long and mostly fruitless day of shark fishing onboard Capt. Art DellaSalla’s Andiamo 20 miles off Manasquan Inlet, we eventually had to admit that the day was not ours, and threw our last baits overboard, and turned towards home.
Four 88-footers sold! Horizon Yacht USA shared some exciting news this month, selling one inventory E88 motoryacht and taking orders for three more in rapid succession. Why would this large semi-custom yacht start popping, you may ask? I caught up with Elise Moffitt, who handles marketing and communications at Horizon Yacht USA, for the lowdown.
Aspen Power Catamarans is putting one of its groundbreaking boats to the test. The builder of the 32-foot Aspen C100, a single-engine multihull notable for its asymmetrical sponsons, is attempting a circumnavigation of Vancouver Island in British Columbia without refueling. The challenge was put to production boatbuilders for their hulls of less than 40 feet by Pacific Yachting magazine, and requires the nearly 700-mile voyage using only the fuel that can be carried onboard.