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Jason Y. Wood

Power & Motoryacht Senior Editor:
Jason Y. Wood grew up sailing and fishing the lakes and waterways of New England. Family vacations to Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard instilled in him a love of the sea that continued through his studies at Bowdoin College in coastal Maine. His pursuit of fair winds and fish turned from passion to profession when he landed a job in 1997 as assistant editor at Offshore magazine, near Boston. Read more here...

Garmin Quatix 3

By | Posted March 2016 | Add a Comment

The Quatix 3 is the latest generation of Garmin’s groundbreaking marine smartwatch. This latest version will reward Garmin’s patience as the audience gets more attuned to the wearable technology the company has produced for more than a decade.

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How to Install Satellite TV on Your Boat

By | Posted February 2016 | Add a Comment

The idea of making things look good as they function well is behind the whole philosophy of boatkeeping. The new Intellian i5 satellite-TV antenna shows the company understands that. Get all the details here.

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QUIZ: Calling Engine Experts

By | Posted February 2016 | Add a Comment

All right gearheads, listen up! We appreciate that you’re regular readers of our Power & Propulsion column, but have you really absorbed useful information from it? Let’s see just how good your retention level is.

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How to Get Weather Data on Your Boat

By | Posted February 2016 | Add a Comment

Get weather data the way you want it: Up to date and on the screen

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What a Walker FuelSep can do for Your Boat

By | Posted January 2016 | Add a Comment

Add a FuelSep to your engine’s fuel line and get ready for a cleaner burn. If you have cruising in your plans for the coming year—real cruising where remote island outposts may be the only refueling option—a Walker FuelSep may be a sensible addition to your fuel-line defenses.

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MJM 50z

By | Posted January 2016

Our Boat Test of the MJM 50z.  There are those who will tell you displacement speed is the most fuel-efficient way to travel. But back-of-the-envelope calculations may show you that the MJM 50z is the solution for the way you cruise.

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Using Electronics to Catch More Fish

By | Posted January 2016 | Add a Comment

Pro anglers use every tool in their arsenal to improve their catch rate. Learn how they look at their helm to make the most of their fishing time. See their expert tips here.

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FLIR Ocean Scout 640

By | Posted January 2016 | Add a Comment

With a higher-resolution sensor than its predecessors, the FLIR Ocean Scout 640 makes it easier to identify targets in extreme low-light conditions.

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Here’s why it’s not called “catching.”

By | Posted January 2016 | Add a Comment

A bad day fishing is better than … well pretty much anything but a good day fishing.

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The Benefits of a Straight Driveline

By | Posted December 2015 | Add a Comment

The key to making sure your powertrain and shafts stay in alignment is getting familiar with the way your boat runs (and then staying familiar) so you can notice subtle changes in sound and feel.

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