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Still Waters Run Deep

By Catherine Pearson | Posted December 2007

A few years back, a good friend of mine struck out in his first-ever billfish tournament. Now, he's no amateur. He was born on a boat (literally), manages a marina, and has helped...

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The End of Rock and Roll

By Capt. Richard Thiel | Posted October 2007

If you could eliminate one thing from boating, what would it be—other than cost? If you said rough water, you'd not be alone. Uncomfortable gyrations have been the bane of...

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2007 Marine Engine Roundup

By Elizabeth Ginns... | Posted December 2006

Inspiration is a funny thing. At one time boatbuilders looked to on-road engine designs for the newest technologies. Then, as the popularity of boating exploded, they discovered...

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The Perfect Couple

By George L. Petrie | Posted December 2006

Steve KarpRising fuel costs are of serious concern. And even though fuel prices are dropping at the time of this writing, they may be on the rise again by the time these words are...

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The Next Big Thing

By | Posted January 2005

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In the Field: Volvo Penta

By | Posted July 2004

Senior editor Capt. Patrick Sciacca recently returned from a trip to

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Big Power

By | Posted May 2004

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Visiting Volvo Penta

By | Posted January 2004

Last summer, Volvo Penta invited about a dozen American journalists and me to Gothenburg for the unveiling of its new D-275, the D-3, the D-4, and D-6 diesel...

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2004 Engine Preview

By | Posted December 2003

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Lighter Jets, Faster Boats

By | Posted November 2003

An interesting drama is playing out in the commercial aircraft industry that could have implications for boatbuilders.

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Moving Up

By Capt. Ken Kreisler | Posted May 2003

Volvo Penta D-12 Series

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2001 Engine Preview

By Capt. Richard Thiel | Posted May 2003

Engine Overview

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