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Featured Product: AquaSkipper®

Don't just walk on water. Hop on it. AquaSkipper's patented design, hydrofoil wings and fiberglass spring let you fly across the water by hopping up and down. The secret to your awesome power? Hydrofoil wings have very little drag in the water. Plus the aircraft aluminum frame weighs a mere 26 pounds.

So take-on the surf. Try new tricks. Race your friends. And turn heads everywhere you ride. When the fun is done, quickly stow your AquaSkipper in the optional tote bag. It's environmentally-friendly. No noise pollution. No air pollution. No water pollution. No engine. And with AquaSkipper, the only fuel you'll burn are the calories from an exhilarating and invigorating and cardiovascular workout.

Link: AquaSkipper® Web site


Boat News


The "anti-Buffett bill" might restrict boat music volume levels If you are boating with music in Florida, a new bill nicknamed the "anti-Buffett bill" (after musician Jimmy Buffett), might have you turning down the volume.

The WMBB TV web site reports on Senate Bill 1988, proposing limits on boating music volume. Any boater who plays music audible from 100 feet away would be charged with a non-criminal infraction.
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The worlds biggest private yacht is under construction
Looking for a boat that has seven decks worth of space, 15 staterooms, room for a helicopter or two, and can carry your own private submarine? All this can be yours if you have $270 million for the worlds most expensive yacht.

Soundings Online features a profile the Hull 6154, the biggest privately-owned yacht that is under construction by Fincantieri in Genoa, Italy.
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Cleaning up boat polution with new engines
As the popularity of boating and number of boats has increased, so has the problem of boat pollution.

A story in the Kansas City InfoZine reports challenge to make boat engines cleaner to protect waterways. New regulations have made boat engines more efficient and cut back on emissions, with more regulations due to go into effect over the next 30 years.
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Boat Feature Articles

Soundings:
Sounding's Electronics 2007 Special
Sounding's electronics special not only provides a look at what's new today in plotters, radar, sonar and more, but also predicts the remarkable things the next generation of electronics will be capable of doing

Nor' Easter:
Southbound Where To Rent A Boat
Nor' Easter surveyed regional east-coast boat rentals to locate where the best deals are and what to look out for.


Featured Boat:
Malibu Sunscape 25 LSV

If you're looking for a top-of-the line performer with a one-of-a-kind presence, you need look no further than Malibu's Sunscape 25 LSV.

From the swiveling, front-facing passenger seat to the walk-thru transom and the enclosed head, this Malibu incorporates all the elements on your wish list. Coupled with the extraordinarily smooth ride of its deep-v hull, with no bow rise, and finger-tip controlled tight turns, there's no question this is an exceptional option for large capacity fun in refined comfort. With room for 16 people and their things, it's a stand-alone vacation package.

Official Malibu Website
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Featured Destination:
Crystal Coast (North Carolina)

From the sands of Atlantic Beach and Emerald Isle to the history and quaint accommodations of Beaufort, Morehead City and the Down East area, this unspoiled stretch of the Southern Outer Banks coast is rich with beauty, heritage and activities in, on and around the water.

World-class fishing, some of the top scuba diving in the country, and the Cape Lookout National Seashore offer the perfect way to enjoy the ocean, while the North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores brings wonders of the sea to shore.

Crystal Coast Website


Boating Tips: Propeller Injury Control Technology

In an average year, approximately 200 to 250 non-fatal injuries are reported as a result of a person being struck by the propeller and/or propulsion unit of their boat. 

These non-fatal injuries are life changing. An additional 25 - 35 deaths are reported each year as a result of these accidents. There are a variety of technologies available that should be considered by recreational boaters when they are considering ways to reduce the risk of propeller-related injuries while boating.

Click here for the Coast Guard's list of some of the technologies available.


Upcoming Events

Tacoma Dome Boat Show
March 28-April 1, 2007 | Tacoma Dome | Tacoma, WA
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Savannah International Boat Show
March 30-April 1, 2007 | The Savannah International Trade & Convention Center | Savannah, GA
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Website: www.savannahinternationalboatshow.com

15th Annual Orange County Boat Show
April 12-15, 2007 | Anaheim Convention Center | Anaheim, CA
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Strictly Sail Pacific
April 18-22, 2007 | Jack London Square | Oakland, CA
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Website: www.strictlysailpacific.com

2007 Suncoast Boat Show
March 15-18, 2007 | Florida State Fairgrounds | Tampa, FL
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Seller Scams

Although we strive to verify the identity of everyone who advertises on our site, fraudulent sellers may some times appear. Fraud sellers hope to lure you into doing business with them.

To avoid Seller scams, pay attention to the following clues:

  • Seller asks you to send a deposit or payment via Western Union or other wire transfer methods
  • A price that is too low or too good to be true
  • A seller's phone number is out of service or rings to a fax machine
  • A seller's address is not verifiable
  • Beware of international sellers
  • A seller offers free shipping

For more tips and information on the latest scams, click here.

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