BoatUS

BoatUS is the nation's leading advocate for recreational boaters. It provides its more than 500,000 members with government representation, services such as 24-hour on-the-water boat towing and roadside assistance for boat trailers and tow vehicles, boat insurance programs and benefits that include marina and West Marine shopping discounts.

Longtime BoatU.S. editor announces retirement

After 26 years with BoatU.S. Magazine as a writer and managing editor, as well as an advocate for boat owners as a lobbyist, Elaine Dickinson is retiring from Boat Owners Association of The United States, the association said. She plans to spend more time cruising with her husband, naval architect Jack Hornor. Dickinson joined BoatU.S.…more

TowBoatU.S. adds Georgia location

Capt. Benjamin Owens and Todd Campbell of TowBoatU.S. Lake Hartwell opened a second location, TowBoatU.S. Lake Richard B. Russell, at Beaver Dam Marina in Elberton, Ga. The new port is located off the Savannah River at channel marker No. 9, and the company’s service area includes all of Lake Richard B. Russell from 30 miles…more

TowBoatU.S. returns ‘Barefoot Bandit’ boat

TowBoatU.S. this week took the 44-foot Sea Ray that the “Barefoot Bandit” allegedly stole in tow and was bound for Port Everglades, Fla., the company said in a statement. Colton Harris-Moore, a suspect in burglaries and boat and plane thefts in the Pacific Northwest, allegedly made his way from Marsh Harbour to the waters off…more

BoatU.S. presenting TV show on Gulf oil spill

A new 13-week television series aims to provide an up-close view of the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on the Gulf of Mexico’s boating and fishing communities. Airing at 10 a.m. EDT Sundays on Fox Sports Net and presented by BoatU.S. Angler, “Cabela’s Fisherman’s Handbook” gives a realistic picture of conditions in the…more

BoatU.S. Magazine wins two awards

BoatU.S. Magazine received two 2010 Apex Awards. In the design category, “Spreads,” the work of the BoatU.S. creative services department received an award of excellence for a November 2009 two-page spread that incorporated a photograph by Steve Bly that depicts a fly-fisherman casting in the Florida Keys. A feature by contributing editor Ann Dermody on…more

TowBoatU.S. owners add three Florida locations

Capt. Scott Stebleton and Shonda Stebleton of Palm Coast, Fla., owners of four TowBoatU.S. ports in Daytona Beach, St. Augustine, Titusville and Palm Coast, added three more locations. The new TowBoatU.S. ports are in Jacksonville, Julington Creek and Jacksonville Beach. The three locations were purchased from retiring Capt. Randi Olsen. TowBoatU.S. Jacksonville is located at…more

New Tennessee TowBoatU.S. location announced

Capt. Shane O’Neal opened his second TowBoatU.S. location in Tennessee with TowBoatU.S. Nickajack Lake. He opened his first port, TowBoatU.S. Chickamauga Lake, last year. Located at Hales Bar Marina mile marker 431.1L, TowBoatU.S. Nickajack Lake’s service area runs 50 miles north and south of the marker. Stationed at the port is a 22-foot Continental response…more

New TowBoatU.S. location in New York

Marine repair business owner Capt. Christian Misciagna opened TowBoatU.S. Oswego, N.Y. Located at Oswego Marina, the company’s service area includes eastern Lake Ontario, Oswego Canal and parts of the Erie Canal. It’s a new venture for Misciagna, who has operated St. Peter’s Outfitter, a full-service repair facility and chandlery, for the last three years from…more

TowBoatU.S. operator opens fifth Florida location

Florida towboat operator Capt. Matt Moss opened a fifth location, TowBoatU.S. Lake Harris. The new operation joins Moss’s network of central Florida TowBoatU.S. ports, which include locations on Lake George, Lake Monroe and Crescent Lake, as well as in Palatka. TowBoatU.S. Lake Harris is located at the Dead River Marina in Tavares, Fla., and its…more

BoatU.S. debuts Web site with Gulf oil spill tips

BoatU.S. launched a new Web site for recreational boaters affected by the Gulf oil spill that can help them stay informed, safeguard their boats and assist with recovery efforts. The new site brings together a range of public and private resources and information for boaters, including how to protect your boat and the environment as…more

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