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New Boats Notebook - November 2014

We scoured the industry to find out what builders have on the boards and in the factory. Check out four new projects from Grand Banks, Austin Parker, Nordhavn, and Princess, plus updates on boats we’ve covered in the past.

Are you surfing through this site, wondering what’s next from your favorite builder? Kevin Koenig just might have the answer...

Poland’s Bravo Yachts Announces Itself with the 36

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Sunseeker Debuts Three New Models in the U.S.

Sunseeker 65 Manhattan

The Pursuit OS 325 and Tiara 50 Flybridge Attract a Crowd

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I Survived the Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show

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Randy Lanier, Former Speedboater, Released from Prison After Life Sentence for Drug-Smuggling is Lifted

Randy Lanier, who in 1988 was sentenced to life in prison for his role as a “super drug kingpin” smuggling marijuana into the U.S.

Randy Lanier, who in 1988 was sentenced to life in prison for his role as a “super drug kingpin” smuggling marijuana into the U.S. using speedboats, has been released from prison, suddenly and under somewhat mysterious circumstances.

New Boats Notebook - October 2014

We scoured the industry to find out what builders have on the boards and in the factory. Check out five new projects from Everglades, Bonadeo, Azimut, Sabre, and Viking, plus updates on boats we’ve covered in the past.

We scoured the industry to find out what builders have on the boards and in the factory. Check out five new projects from Everglades, Bonadeo, Azimut, Sabre, and Viking, plus updates on boats we’ve covered in the past.

New Boats Notebook - September 2014

New Boats Notebook

Get ahead of the curve by finding out what your favorite builders are working on next. Read about builds and projects from Horizon, Jarrett Bay, Zeelander, Outer Reef, Rossinavi, and more...

New Boats Notebook - August 2014

New Boats Notebook

New Jersey Police Searching for Champion Power Boater Believed to Have Faked His Own Death

According to the Philadelphia Enquirer New Jersey law enforcement officials are searching for Andrew Biddle, a champion powerboat racer and world-record holder who is believed to have faked his own drowning after a pontoon boat accident on July 20th off of Longport, a few miles from Atlantic City.