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call it a day long before the Ocean 50 Super Sport will.
By Capt. Patrick
Sciacca • Photography by Robert Holland
A Word with...Michael Moore, and more
The History of
the Tuna Club book, BoatCamp: Basic Training for Boaters video/DVD, Westerbeke
Mini 13 genset, and MTU 10V 2000 CR engine
Keeping sea strainers
dirt-free, dealing with residue in gasoline-engine fuel filters, and more
How Digital Selective
Calling is finally making boating better, plus Q&A, Uniden wireless
mic and handheld GPS plotter-DSC-VHF combos, Navman DSC-VHF, Raymarine
C Series displays, and Lowrance plotter/fishfinder
Evolution of a Battlewagon
By Capt. Ken
Norberto Ferretti told the Bertram design team to build a larger, faster
tournament boat, the result was the remarkable 630.
to Margaritaville By Capt. Bill Pike
only is the 42-foot Express Walkaround Rybovich Spencer’s first all-fiberglass
sportfisherman, she’s also partly the brainchild of singer/songwriter
Standards By George L. Petrie
Built to be
Aussie tough, the Riviera 51 also offers a host of standard creature comforts.
All That By Capt. Patrick Sciacca
Viking’s newest open has the angling amenities a tourney fisherman
wants plus the accommodations the growing family desires.
Capt. Bill Pike
Pursuit’s famous sea-chomping running surface and complex construction
make the 3370 Offshore a fishboat with a distinct emphasis on performance.
on a Theme By Capt. Ken Kreisler
Grady-White turns a good boat into a better one by redesigning its venerable
Search of Grey Ghosts By M.B. Roberts
Not even a stormy December day can keep two fishing-obsessed friends from
embarking on a bonefishing excursion.
to School By Elizabeth Ginns Britten
Who says you can’t teach an experienced angler a few new tricks?
Our editor makes the grade at the Genmar/Evinrude Backwater Fishing School.
Apple Angling By Capt. Ken Kreisler
Believe it or not, you can catch and release to your heart’s content
right in the middle of New York City’s concrete canyons.
The Courage of His Convictions
Greg Norman knows every square inch of his 228-footer’s design and
construction—and he wouldn’t have it any other way.
Tactical to Practical By
“Augmented reality” technology is making its way from military
craft to pleasureboats, and wait ‘til you see how easy it is to use.