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Magazine articles on boating and sailing.
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Boating New Gear! Whale Gulper Grouper... Lowrance LVR-850, LVR-950... XBoard... JL Audio Marine Products... Simrad CF10, CF12... V-Berth... etc. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
May 16, 2005
Mark Hyman
Can Cigarette Keep Smokin'? Skip Braver has rebuilt the maker of muscle boats, but competitors abound. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
April 2005
Tim Zimmermann
Miles to Go Before I Sleep Dr. Claudio Stampi teaches endurance sailors how to perform better on minimal sleep. The secret, he says, is learning how to power-nap. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
Sports Central
February 11, 2005
Vince Grzegorek
Beyond the Horizon In the last 71 days, Ellen MacArthur has braved tropical storm force winds, waves, aquatic life, bruises, broken sails, exhaustion, burns, and the stunning force of solitude while traversing the globe in a 75-foot trimaran. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
January 25, 2005
Glenn Law
Waterworks Clean-burning four-stroke outboards churn the mid-size trailer-boat market for 2005. mark for My Articles 997 similar articles
December 2004
Boat of the Year The Sea-Doo 3D mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
December 2004
Kevin Falvey
Finding Mr. Smoothie Which rides better--a catamaran or a V-hull?: A scientific approach. mark for My Articles 373 similar articles
Home Toys
December 2004
Secure Your Boat eSeagull ShipShape is a boat security, environment monitoring and control system. While a boat is anchored in a marina, vital signs such as flood, fire, intrusion, humidity, temperature, low battery, oil spill and other parameters are monitored. mark for My Articles 136 similar articles
December 2004
Daniel W. Long
The Longest Party Here are the results of recent attempts at setting the Guiness World Record for "the most free-floating boats tied in a continuous line": Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri... Lake Havasu, Arizona/California... Mildred Island, California... etc. mark for My Articles 72 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
October 2004
Cliff Gromer
The 400-Mph Man In the winter of 2005, a craft that's currently in the design phase will fire up its engines on a large reservoir in eastern Washington state and try to crack 400 mph--setting a new water speed record. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
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