Archive for the ‘Boating’ Category

Turning the Page

December 29, 2014

With only a few days left before the new year, Bobbye Kenyon reaches out to some of celebrated personalities of the high-performance world to get a take on their best-of-2014 moment, as well as a glimpse on what’s slated for their 2015 agendas.

How To Hang On In Rough Water

July 23, 2013

Balance and attention—and finding a reliable perch—are the keys to being a confident passenger in rough water.

Are Boat Tests Dead?

February 5, 2013

No—but Dave Johnson’s fresh approach will help get them off life support.

Setting Up Boats for Acceleration

January 28, 2013

With engines like the Mercury 1350 getting top speeds of 180 mph, speed isn’t the only important thing anymore. Acceleration has become a new priority.

Joey Gratton Lives On In Sarasota Fun Run

January 9, 2013

With the late throttleman on their minds and in their hearts, hundreds of boaters gathered in Florida on New Year’s Day for an annual fun run.

Champion Stihl Rebuilds To New SBI Superboat Class Specs

August 13, 2012

With the introduction of SBI’s new class, Team Stihl is looking to win in a new field.

Captain Ron: The Man Behind the Shootout

August 8, 2012

In two weeks, boaters will descend on Missouri for the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout. The weight of the event falls on one man: Captain Ron Duggan. Not only is he ready, but he’s got some good news.

New Miss GEICO Catamaran Debuts in St. Clair

August 1, 2012

Like an aquatic phoenix, Miss GEICO rises from the ashes to ride again. Jason Johnson follows its ascension at St. Clair.

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