Do you like getting access to discounted fuel and dockage; help planning trips and making marina reservations, and top-notch boat insurance and towing service? Well then, lucky for you the AIM Marine Group (publisher of this magazine, along with others such as Soundings and SAIL) has paired up with the cruising-concierge service Marinalife, to announce an exciting new partnership—the Power & Motoryacht Cruising Club.
Written by Ben Ellison on Dec 19, 2013 for Panbo, The Marine Electronics Hub
We spoke to three brokers who each had a Sea Ray 390 Express Cruiser listed on BoatQuest.com. Here’s what they each had to say about the model and its place in the market.
We tracked down the inside scoop on what boatbuilders are up to next.
MarineMax and Sea Ray put together an elegant event in Manhattan to show appreciation for their customers and to highlight one new launch in particular.
I live right across the Hudson River from Manhattan in Hoboken, New Jersey. So when I saw MarineMax marketing maven Josie Tucci at the Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show, she invited me to a party her company was throwing in conjunction with Sea Ray at Chelsea Piers. It was pretty much a no-brainer that I was going to go. It’s a five-minute ferry ride after all.
In the early 2000s I found myself delivering quite a few boats along the Northern Gulf Coast; Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and the panhandle of Florida to and from South Florida.
If you’ve got a good dog and you’re on the water, that’s a hell of a start to having a perfect day. (Cold beer, good friends, and a decent stereo help too.) But some dog breeds are better suited to the pleasures of boating than others. These are my top dogs for the life aquatic.