Nineteen percent of all boating fatalities involve alcohol, but the two-year old “Designated Operator” program seems to be working.
Why have only one Boater Girl when you could have seven?
Since the debut of their 28′ vee in the 1980s, Sunsation has consistently upped the ante. Next up for the Brothers Schaldenbrand, the men behind Sunsation? Center consoles and the Lake of the Ozarks.
If you’re already awestruck by Dave’s Custom Boats’ current lineup, when the M41 Widebody debuts you’ll be floored. Jason Johnson caught up with company’s boundary-pushing namesake, Dave Hemmingson.
Despite the tough economy, Mercury Racing is still seeing action with its 1350, 1100 and 565 engine offerings.
David Andrews’ helicopter-captured offshore photos are astounding. He sits down to answer OSO’s six questions.
The Great Recession and the recovery have been particularly hard on big-ticket items. Still, Scott Sjogren’s got a bright outlook ahead.
This week’s Boater Girl has a degree in automotive collision repair, can install gimbal rings in a Baja 33′ Outlaw, and–oh yeah–she’s stunning too.
Forum member and OSO contributor Bobthebuilder reflects back on the then and the now of keeping a remembrance of things past.
Though there were several runs over the weekend, it’s Emerald Coast that draws Jason Johnson in.