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Boating is Bigger in Texas
Boating is Bigger in Texas Thu, Oct 24, 2013 There is a well known saying that states, "everything is bigger in Texas," and boating is certainly not an exception! This week we're jumping on our boats and setting out to explore Texas's lakes, rivers, and streams! Read More

The Lighthouses of New York
The Lighthouses of New York Tue, Oct 22, 2013 Our journey on the East Coast of the United States continues in today's tour of New York lighthouses! There are more than 30 lighthouses in the state of New York but today we will be touring a few of our favorites: Horseshoe Reef Lighthouse, Statue o... Read More

The Clam
The Clam Mon, Oct 21, 2013 There are more than 15 species of clams inhabiting the world's oceans! And depending on where you are located, "clam" can refer to several different animals. In the US, a clam can refer to all mollusks, specific species, or mollusks that are capable ... Read More

Shrimp Scampi in a Flash
Shrimp Scampi in a Flash Thu, Oct 17, 2013 The next time you're in a rush to prepare dinner, try out this simple recipe for delicious shrimp scampi! Even though it tastes great using either freshly frozen shrimp, or fresh shrimp, we always recommend using the freshest shrimp you can find. If ... Read More

The Sea Urchin
The Sea Urchin Wed, Oct 16, 2013 The sea urchin is also known as a sea hedgehog because their bodies are small, globular and spiny! They are found in varying colors of black, purple, red, blue, green and olive! The sea urchin feeds mostly on algae, and are prey to sea otters, wolf e... Read More

Adventuring the Sea with Awilda the Pirate
Adventuring the Sea with Awilda the Pirate Mon, Oct 14, 2013 Today we're taking a closer look into the life of Awilda, a female Scandinavian pirate! Despite several tales involving Awilda and her friends, many historical scholars question whether or not she existed. Her story begins during the 5th-Century in S... Read More

Alcatraz Lighthouse
Alcatraz Lighthouse Thu, Oct 10, 2013 After we were done visiting our dealer Marine Specialties, we decided to take a trip to the Alcatraz Lighthouse in California! Alcatraz Island was first explored by Juan de Ayala who arrived in the San Francisco Bay in 1775. He named the island, "Isl... Read More

Marine Specialties
Marine Specialties Mon, Oct 07, 2013 This week we are gearing up for a trip to the west coast to visit our dealer Marine Specialties located in Sparks, Nevada! Sparks is a great town nestled along the Truckee River of Nevada. While we are there we will explore a farmers market, enjoy a ... Read More

Bill's Marine
Bill's Marine Mon, Sep 30, 2013 We're escaping the Florida heat this week and traveling to Portsmouth, Virginia to visit our dealer Bill's Marine! Portsmouth is a historic waterfront town nestled along mile marker zero of the intracoastal waterway where visitors can explore the tow... Read More

Alligator Reef
Alligator Reef Mon, Sep 30, 2013 Located southeast of Cheeca Rocks, Alligator Reef is another gorgeous sanctuary preservation area in the Florida Keys! The reef was named after the USS Alligator, a maritime ship that wrecked on the reef after encountering pirates in 1822. Alligator ... Read More

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