Pursuit Debuts the New S 368

Pursuit Boats recently unveiled its new S 368, an innovative luxury fishing boat that is stylish, durable and offers elite performance.  This center console joins Pursuit’s Sport family that also includes the S 408 and S 328, all of which have been introduced within the last 16 months. The Pursuit S 368 features an oversized […]

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5 Tips for Keeping Your Boat Running Smoothly

You put in the work this spring to get your boat in tip-top shape for the summer, and now is the time to enjoy the fruits of your labor. However, smart boaters know they still need to give their boats some TLC during the boating season. Performing routine maintenance on your boat during the season […]

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Popponesset Spit earns national recognition

The American Shore and Beach Association announced recently that Popponesset Spit in Mashpee is the winner of the 2017 Best Restored Beach Award. The Spit, as it is commonly known, is owned and protected by Save Popponesset Bay and the Massachusetts Audubon Society. In recognizing the achievement, the nonprofits said the restoration would not have […]

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How Boaters Should Prepare for Hurricane Season

The arrival of June means the arrival of Hurricane Season. Along the East Coast, Hurricane Season runs from the beginning of June through the end of November. Here in the Northeast, we don’t get hurricanes too often. But when we do get them, they can move fast, unpredictably, and cause a tremendous amount of damage. […]

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The Versatile and Stylish Pursuit OS 325

Since it debuted in 2014, the attractive Pursuit OS 325 has proven to be immensely popular, in large part because of its versatility. This hardcore fishing machine is ideal for long-range, offshore fishing. Yet its intelligent, comfortable layout and thoughtful amenities allow it to double as a luxurious cruising yacht. The Pursuit OS 325 has […]

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Exploring Newport, Rhode Island

Newport, Rhode Island is to New England boaters what Paris is to art lovers or Las Vegas is to gamblers. It is the region’s premier boating destination, thanks to its history of America’s Cup yacht racing, its awe-inspiring mansions and its exciting waterfront with world-class restaurants, interesting shops and impressive yachts along its docks. When […]

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Tips for Striper Fishing on Cape Cod

Each May, when the weather turns warm, fishermen all over Cape Cod start thinking about striper fishing. Striped bass are one of the most popular sport fish in New England. Unpredictable and elusive, stripers are a fun, challenging fish for local anglers to target. As water temperatures warm up, stripers migrate north. For fishermen, that’s […]

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Cruising to Rhode Island’s Watch Hill

When navigating to Watch Hill, boaters coming from the east should keep an eye out for a dangerous reef stretching from Watch Hill Light to the east shore of Fishers Island. The safest passage from that direction is closest to the lighthouse through Watch Hill Passage. From the west, travel around the western breakwater in […]

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Improve Your Boat Docking Skills

Docking your vessel is often one of the most stressful parts of boating, especially when trying to maneuver in crowded areas or tricky configurations. Take the stress out of it and up your docking game by following these tips. Practice. As with any activity, the more you do it, the better you get. Find an […]

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How to Stock Your Onboard First Aid Kit

Most of your boating days are filled with carefree, good times. But occasionally you might have an injury onboard – whether you cut your finger when slicing limes for a drink or you fall on a slippery deck. Suffering an injury on the water is more serious than at home because you don’t have the […]

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