The BoatUS catastrophe team is assessing boat damage from Hurricane Matthew.
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.
With Hurricane Matthew finally headed out to sea, the storm has left damaged recreational boats in its wake.
After 23 years at BoatUS, Margaret Bonds Podlich said today that she is stepping down as president, effective Friday.
New York Harbor commercial marine interests asked the Coast Guard to consider 10 commercial vessel anchorages on the Hudson River from Yonkers to Kingston, N.Y.
As the owner of five Virginia and North Carolina TowBoatUS ports, Capt. Donald Duck — yes, that’s his real name — has spent decades providing on-the-water towing and assistance to recreational boaters in need.
Capt. Conrad Morris is the new owner of TowBoatUS Bay St. Louis, a 24-hour on-water towing and assistance service for recreational boaters.
It was 50 years ago that BoatUS got its start as the result of one man’s desire to make recreational boating better for boaters, sailors and anglers.
The reality game-meets-exercise-app Pokemon Go now has 21 million users every day and BoatUS is issuing safety tips for people who want to find Pokemon on the water.
BoatUS president Margaret Podlich and government affairs manager David Kennedy delivered more than 24,000 comments on Monday from boaters who want the Environmental Protection Agency to stop adding ethanol to the fuel supply.
Marine industry media veteran Rich Armstrong, former managing editor of Soundings and Soundings Trade Only, joined BoatUS Magazine as managing editor.