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No Bananas on Board: Behind the Superstition
No Bananas on Board: Behind the Superstition Tue, Feb 02, 2016 If you’re a boater, there’s a good chance you’ve been told to never bring any bananas on board with you—or else risk misfortune on your next fishing trip. But have you ever wondered why this superstition is in place, and whether or not there’s any tr... Read More

A Traveler’s Look at Cabbage Key, Florida
A Traveler’s Look at Cabbage Key, Florida Mon, Feb 01, 2016 Your idea of a Florida vacation may be one of theme parks or busy resort beaches—but travel just a bit father south and you’ll be greeted by one of Florida’s greatest hidden treasures. Cabbage Key is an island off the west coast of Florida, where coa... Read More

Good Fortune for Boaters
Good Fortune for Boaters Tue, Jan 26, 2016 As a boater, you’re used to hearing your share of nautical superstitions and “don’ts”. “Red sky at morning, sailors take warning” and no whistling on board are just a few of them! Read More

Valentine’s Day on the Water
Valentine’s Day on the Water Mon, Jan 25, 2016 Like many boaters, you might host your share of birthdays, family get togethers, and other special occasions on board. Why should Valentine’s Day be any different? Read More

5 Signs You Live on the Water
5 Signs You Live on the Water Sun, Jan 24, 2016 Every boater loves to spend time on the water—but some take that passion to the next level, and practically live on the same bodies of water they boat, swim and play in! Read More

Sailor Safety: A History of PFDs
Sailor Safety: A History of PFDs Fri, Jan 15, 2016 If you’re a boater, you already know just how important personal floatation devices—or PFDs—are to life on the water. We wear them, our kids wear them… even our dogs wear them! Read More

Get to Know the Great Loop
Get to Know the Great Loop Sun, Jan 10, 2016 For boaters who want to see a bit of everything on their trip, the Great Loop offers a unique chance to do just that. The aptly named loop is a route around Eastern North America made up of rivers, lakes and segments of the Atlantic Intracoastal Wate... Read More

The Loch Ness Phenomenon
The Loch Ness Phenomenon Sat, Jan 09, 2016 2015 seems to have been a great year for those who love Loch Ness Monster—or “Nessie,” as she’s more affectionately called—lore. Last year there were more alleged sightings than there have been for 13 years, according to the Official Loch Ness Monste... Read More

Bioluminescence: A Glowing Phenomenon
Bioluminescence: A Glowing Phenomenon Thu, Jan 07, 2016 Would you love to go swimming at nighttime, but hate jumping into dark water? Fear not—a few special places in the world give you the chance to see and experience glowing natural water! Read More

5 Things to Do at Glacier National Park
5 Things to Do at Glacier National Park Wed, Jan 06, 2016 This winter season, many boaters and vacationers are flocking to warm weather spots to escape the chill—but some are heading right toward it! If you love to experience the sight and feeling of winter by getting up close and personal to it, Montana’s ... Read More

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