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Vancouver Aquarium

Vancouver Aquarium

October 5, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Visit the largest aquarium in Vancouver, Canada, that has over 50,000 unique creatures. This non-profit organization has been open since June 15, 1956 and has had over 35 million visitors since they opened their doors. Promising to engage, amaze, and inspire the community, every visit will not be the same. Make your visit even more […]

Sea World San Diego

Sea World San Diego

October 5, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

The ultimate boating experience with your family is a trip to Sea World in San Diego. With many shows, rides, exhibits, and animal interactions your day will be filled with plenty to do and see. It is a place for all ages, and anyone who enjoys seeing marine life up close and personal. Exhibits feature […]

Harbourside Place

Harbourside Place

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. Just around the corner from Jupiter Inlet is Harbourside Place, where you can spend a day shopping, dining, appreciating nature, and seeing free concerts. Harbourside Place Marina offers docking at public slips available from 8:00 am to midnight. Dining choices abound whether you’re in the mood for a fast snack or a delicious meal, […]

New England Aquarium

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Ocean lovers are attracted to the New England Aquarium’s series of captivating exhibits and an abundance of marine life. While it is not directly accessible by boat, transient slips are available at the Boston Waterboat Marina (617-523-1027) and the Boston Yacht Haven (617-367-5050). The aquarium is located at One Central Wharf in Boston. The aquarium […]

Studying the Earth and Oceans

Studying the Earth and Oceans

February 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Choosing a college and deciding what to study are among the biggest decisions in high school students’ lives. I know — I was in your shoes, picturing what my life would be like depending on whether I chose another major or attended a different school. My advice to you is to go with your gut […]

Green is the Color of Spring

Green is the Color of Spring

April 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

. No matter what color your boat is, make it green as you prep it while protecting our waterways. Mike Acebo, General Manager of Brewer Yacht Yard at Greenport and Brewer Stirling Harbor Marina says, “Everything we drop on the ground or spill has the potential to end up in the harbor. We are all […]

Don’t Dirty the Waters When You Clean Your Boat

Don’t Dirty the Waters When You Clean Your Boat

April 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

While you’re raring to prep your boat and get going, our waterways really need you to green up as you clean up. Gone are the days of choosing efficiency over the environment. This spring, you’ll sacrifice nothing but a little time spent selecting the most environmentally-friendly products available. As you search for reduced enviro-impact products, […]

Robo Fish to the Rescue!

Robo Fish to the Rescue!

July 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Though the waters surrounding us seem active, they are actually passive receptacles. Toxic waste and other pollutants spew into the water, affecting marine life and threatening shore inhabitants. Though they may need rescue, water bodies can’t cry out for help. Currently, our waters await the intervention of scientists and other water advocates who take samples […]

A Skipper’s Log

A Skipper’s Log

January 1, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Blue Water Green Boat – Skippers Log