Regulator introduced a brand new model this year, the 34SS and the SS in this case stands for Starboard Seating. Imagine that! Joan and Owen Maxwell bring
this Lou Codega design to the offshore market with the same notable ride, fit and
finish Regulator has been admired for since the introduction of the 26, twenty years
ago. With the Armstrong bracket, there is 33’10” of real room on this “34 foot”
center console. The 34SS has all the fishing features of a center console of the
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Four Winns' New V408
Few things have changed more dramatically over the last few decades than computer memory. It is miraculous to think that the tiny smartphone in your pocket has way more memory than the computers that were on the Apollo 11 spacecraft when astronauts landed on the moon. Memory cards can store volumes of data, but with these advances have come different standards, speeds and all associated headaches. For the latest technology tutorial from Karen and Jeffrey Siegel of Active Captain, blast off here --
Accident of the Week
What Lies Beneath
|Just because your channel was clear yesterday, does not mean that it’s clear today!|
A New Year’s cruise on Florida’s St. Johns River turned deadly when a 30’ boat hit a submerged object causing the boat to flip and capsize. All five adults and one child on board were ejected, with one elderly woman dying on the scene. What the boat hit is still unknown. But is that the real problem here? What have you learned, Dorothy???
|Here is a scene you will probably never get to see in person, and we thought it too beautiful not to share.|
This is the sunset at the North Pole with the moon at its closest point. The sun is also visible below the moon. This is an amazing photo and not one that is easily duplicated. You too may want to pass it on. The Chinese have a saying, “When someone shares with you something of value, you have an obligation to share it with others.” Enjoy!
Capt. Steve's Lesson #18
Requirements for Recreational Boaters
|Capt. Steve wants to see more clearly on the water.|
Capt. Steve feels every “smart boater” needs a good set of 7 x 50 binoculars and a compass onboard. Even though these are not devices that you are required to have on your boat it is better to be safe than sorry. He explains why he feels they are necessities and why not having them is like not having a life vest when you are offshore. Capt. Steve also explains the maintenance needed for compasses. The five videos presented this week are part of his USCG-approved boating course called “Smart Boating.” Watch Captain Steve's video boating lessons every week on BoatTEST.com.
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Ducky Award Winner
“You were “naughty” sorry, the board is mine! Maybe next year!” – R. Greenwood
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