NEWPORT, R.I. — While we were all looking forward with great anticipation to riding into Newport, R.I., for our grand finale last Friday, we had mixed emotions as we also knew it signaled the end of a memorable weeklong adventure.
From factory openings to production milestones to the launch of new boats, the marine industry makes news in numerous ways. Trade Only follows developments wherever they occur.
HYANNIS, Mass. — After six days of truly fabulous adventure our crew fondly kissed Maine and New Hampshire goodbye, leaving the moose warning signs, road construction and, to be fair, some pretty awesome riding behind.
Sunday is the fourth annual #PassTheHandle day, an event that encourages people of all skill levels to participate in water sports.
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — We were up and at ‘em bright and early on Wednesday in Bar Harbor, Maine, with a long day of riding ahead to Portsmouth.
BAR HARBOR, Maine — Tuesday dawned a misty gray, the color of the whale we had spotted in Lubec the day before.
LUBEC, Maine — On Monday morning we packed up and rolled out of Caratunk, Maine, at 7:30 a.m. sharp, shrouded in a damp, light mist. We had a long day ahead of us and wanted to get a jump-start.
Boaterz n Bikerz of America Hull of a Tour: The Lobster Roll is back, and this is the first official blog from the actual ride. Welcome: We’re glad you’re along for the seven-day extravaganza through four New England states.
Ted Hood made sails, designed yachts, won the America’s Cup and helped turn a parcel of land in Portsmouth, R.I., into a marine business hub. This coming weekend the Designer Series will be a three-day event that celebrates all of Hood’s contributions to the boating world.
Bob Hall, assistant general manager at Gemeco Marine Accessories, is retiring after more than 39 years in the industry.
They say time goes by fast when you’re having fun. Well, I must be having a blast because It seems like just yesterday I was wrapping up my last blog from the 2016 Boaterz n Bikerz of America Hull of a Tour — Pacific Coast Rush from Seattle to San Francisco, yet here I am…more