A phony Florida boat contractor faced a fateful deadline recently: Either return $90,000 in cash to his victims or spend eight years in state prison.
Even if you aren't, the Russians are. (I know I am focused on making it past 2012.)
One of the boats Fairline is featuring on Collins Avenue is this Targa 58, which is the very boat I tested a few weeks ago. Not to give anything away but I loved it. Look for the exclusive US test in April PMY.
In November, Julius “Butch” Nesbitt was handed a 12-year prison sentence three years after he was believed dead. Prosecutors say he faked his death while boating in 2007 to avoid charges of selling oxycodone in South Carolina.
U.S. Attorney Bill Nettles said Nesbitt staged an accident while free on bail. He cruised his 32-footer into the bay, abandoned ship, and left behind his wallet, fishing gear, and personal effects. He even left the engine idling.
New Bern, North Carolina's Hatteras Yachts will debut two new convertibles in its GT Series next week, the 54 and 63. These two sportfishermen are adding to a line that was started with the highly successful GT60, which launched about three years ago. Here's a sneak peak at the 63 you'll see on the docks next week at the Miami International Boat Show. Enjoy.