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A Day at the Museum

A Day at the Museum

December 4, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

When you live a boating lifestyle, you welcome every opportunity to be on the water. But when the weather’s too brisk, browsing through a maritime museum will do the trick! Long Island has many seafaring and nautical-leaning museums, and all of them are worth a visit. Check out our list: American Merchant Marine Museum   […]

Be Wary of Overconfidence

Be Wary of Overconfidence

January 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Three well-publicized boating disasters have serious implications for every recreational power or sail skipper who ventures out to sea even on sunny, calm summer days. In October of 2012, HMS Bounty succumbed to raging seas tossed up by Hurricane Sandy and sank with the loss of two, including the captain.Five people on a charter fishing […]

Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery

Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery

January 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

In the U.S. alone, painful knees and hips cause an excess of one million people to undergo hip and knee replacement surgery every year. For those suffering from excruciating pain, surgeons like Dr. Gus Katsigiorgis is offer hope of returning to an active life. The Chief of Orthopedics at Franklin Hospital, part of the North […]

The Fifth Season

The Fifth Season

August 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Among the many restaurants in Port Jefferson Harbor, The Fifth Season will not only please the palette, but delight all of your other senses as well. Whether you choose to dine on the porch glimpsing the boats across the way, or upstairs at a window seat overlooking the Long Island Sound, you can relax to […]

Ahead of the Game

Ahead of the Game

July 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

. Clad in a black windproof suit, gray rubber boots, and red life jacket, Geoff McKnight looked more like a deep-sea diver than an urban sailor. On a brisk and breezy morning at the Monmouth Boat Club in Red Bank, New Jersey, McKnight and his two crew mates prepared to sail in an annual regatta. […]

Fast and Better Boat Foods

Fast and Better Boat Foods

May 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

. A day (or a week) that finds you stressed and overwhelmed seems worth it when you know that you will soon be out on your boat, basking in the sun.  Of course, hectic days may mean  that a last-minute scramble to pick up food to bring along leads to poor choices — unless you […]

Jumpy, Swinging Jet Stream

Jumpy, Swinging Jet Stream

May 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

With the very warm winter of 2011-2012, followed by the arctic temperatures this past winter, we are all aware of something “not being quite right” about the weather. A New Jersey professor may have found the reason — she suggests that the jet stream is behaving differently because the Arctic is warming very quickly. Professor […]

Have A Very Stylish Holiday!

Have A Very Stylish Holiday!

November 26, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, unless you’re much fonder of warm days spent boating.  But be of good cheer: though summer seems far off, there are hot gifts for the holidays to make boaters happy!  This season’s most thoughtful gifts are neither automatically expensive nor all mechanically inclined. Boating is a lifestyle, […]

Canines Cruise In Comfort

Canines Cruise In Comfort

August 1, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Canines Cruise In Comfort BY Leslie Fazin.
Nothing compares to sharing summer’s light breezes and gentle ocean waves while boating with a furry friend.