New Captain's Report
Triton 21 TrX:
Premium Tournament Bass Machine
w/73.7 MPH WOT
Powered with the new Mercury 250 Pro XS 4.6-liter V8 outboard, the Triton 21 TrX delivered a top speed of 73.7 mph, with a Hot-Foot throttle to control all that speed and let the driver keep two hands on the wheel. She's a premium-grade tournament bass boat complete with all of the usual amenities, plus a few.
Try to keep up with our test here...
Beneteau Hull and Deck Construction:
Choosing the Right Process for the Mission
Beneteau selects from various build options, including conventional hand layup, resin infusion and injection molding, choosing the best process for the mission of the hulls and parts. Fiberglass fabric is computer cut to fit and all finished openings are cut via robotics. The process results in strength and durability with minimal weight.
Get insight into the Beneteau build...
Sea Ray 400 Sundancer:
Galley Up to Max Room Below
Cruise at 25 knots in the Sea Ray Sundancer 400 with a range of better than 200 NM. With a two-stateroom layout, she’s suited to a couple to cruise with friends or family. She has a galley-up, single-level layout. Engine options range from 480-hp Cummins diesels with V-drives to MerCruiser gas- and diesel-powered sterndrives.
Come aboard on our test...
World Cat 230DC:
Exceptional Ride, Pontoon-Boat Capacity
The World Cat 230DC is a versatile outboard-powered catamaran that offers an optional bow table with filler cushion to turn the whole area into a sun pad. Anglers will appreciate twin 150-quart (141 L) fishboxes with overboard drains. She combines the exceptional ride of a cat with the economical performance of twin 115-hp outboards and huge deck space. Separate fuel and battery systems provide get-home assurance.
Learn more about this cool cat...
How Do I Launch My Boat?
At this time of year, when more boaters in the northern hemisphere are embarking on the boating season, it’s a good idea to have a refresher on what to remember at the boat ramp. We want boaters’ time at the launch ramp to be quick and painless.
Here are six real tips to help...
Sea Ray Photo Contest
1st Prize is a Trip to Margaritaville
The folks at Sea Ray have asked us to invite all of our members who own Sea Rays to help everyone celebrate the joys of boating this summer by sharing your best photography. Every two weeks the builder will ask Sea Ray owners to submit a fresh photo matching that round’s theme. Round #2 is underway right now – the theme is “Your Boat’s Name” – and the bell on it rings June 24th. There are prizes for every round (7 in total). The Grand Prize: a 6-day, 7-night vacation to St. Lucia, Antigua, Barbados, the Bahamas, or Los Cabos, Mexico. We’ll keep you posted.
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