Performance Powerboats

All-in-One: VHF, GPS, Cell, and More
A recent story for Boating Magazine opened my eyes to a new category of gadget on the market that should prove of particular interest to offshore, or long-distance PWC touring enthusiasts, as well as just boaters in general. These gadgets ...
Safety Signal Equipment You Should Have Aboard Your PWC Or Boat
Visual distress signals and sound-making devices are two of the most commonly overlooked safety items you should have aboard. But chances are a lot of boat owners don't even realize what they need. PWC can often get by, as they're ...
Performance Boats Drops Colby Column
Noted marine writer Eric Colby, the former editor of Powerboat magazine who also contributed boat reviews, features and columns to Boating magazine for more than 10 years, was released last week as a columnist for Performance Boats magazine. According to ...
Commentary: H20 Full Throttle Pulls the Plug for 2010—Why It Matters
Last week, I received a message from Ned Dawson, the publisher of H20 Full Throttle magazine, a high-performance powerboat title based in New Zealand but distributed internationally. In the light of the current state of the high-performance powerboat market in ...
Top Reasons Boats Sink In Spring Revealed
BoatU.S. recently revealed some interesting news that any boater will find of value — the top five reasons why boats sink in the spring. The information comes from BoatU.S. marine insurance claims files, so I'd say it's legit.
Sunsation 36 and Poker Run F-4 to Debut at Open House
Those of you who follow this blog know how much I like to report good news on Fridays. And good news about good people, such as the Schaldenbrand family that owns Sunsation Performance Boats in Algonac, Mich., is ...
Inane Performance Boat Blog
This one falls under the category of, “Things You Can’t Believe Somebody Actually Wrote.” But it’s so bad it’s funny, and in today’s high-performance powerboat world we could all use a little funny. So with that in mind, I submit ...
Rebuilding APBA Offshore Racing: “It’s Going to Take Some Time”
Just got off the phone with Mark Weber, the president of the American Power Boat Association headquartered in Detroit. A former Unlimited hydroplane racing champion, Weber became the leader of the organization in December 2008. At present, the ...
Concierge Service for Poker Runners Makes Life Easy
Several folks have tried to operate poker-run concierge services— in which a poker-run participant’s every wish is granted— over the years, but few have succeeded. The fact is that while prepping and delivering high-performance boats to poker runs around the ...
Hering Kicks Off 2010 Road Show
Hering Propellers takes to the road—via the Hering Support Truck—this coming weekend for the Havasu Boat Show March 12-14 in Lake Havasu City, Ariz. This is the first time the Huntington Beach, Calif., company has displayed at the ...

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