A rainy-day project helps the author look forward.
“Had a really good day on the fish two days ago,” a colleague told me about a recent sortie chasing the early fall striped bass run in the Mid-Atlantic.
Don’t turn your back on the clock. Or do so at your own risk.
This summer’s new boaters include some former landlubber friends.
“Today’s Flag Day,” I said to myself, surprised, as I hurried home from an errand to put our July issue to bed and off to the printer.
Jeff Moser ponders if tomorrow is a long way away.
Jeff Moser on why we should trust our gut and not think twice.
Michael Verdon on similarities and differences of RV and boating.
Michael Verdon discusses how tariffs have changed the industry.
Michael Verdon gazes into the industry’s crystal ball for 2020, noting that most experts are expecting another good year.
Michael Verdon on the ways companies approach innovation.
Michael Verdon looks at Bahamas relief efforts following Dorian.
Michael Verdon looks at how acquisitions are impacting marinas.
Michael Verdon looks at sustainability in the boating industry.
Michael Verdon on the generational shifts taking place across the industry.
Michael Verdon explains how the magazine’s mission hasn’t changed in 40 years.
Michael Verdon looks at the life and career of Irwin Jacobs.
Michael Verdon on how traditional lobbying and new technology impact advocacy.
Michael Verdon thinks the apprenticeship model could find a home in the U.S.
Michael Verdon discusses how international trends impact our domestic industry.