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North American Lighthouses: Pemaquid Point Light
North American Lighthouses: Pemaquid Point Light Wed, Aug 01, 2012 President John Quincy Adams and the United States Congress designated $4,000 for the Pemaquid Point lighthouse of Maine in May of 1826. Before construction of the lighthouse there had been several shipwrecks off their coast including the famous Angel... Read More

Famous Shipwrecks: The San Pedro
Famous Shipwrecks: The San Pedro Mon, Jul 30, 2012 In 1733 a Spanish treasure fleet was caught in the midst of a hurricane along the Straits of Florida. The hurricane claimed the San Pedro along with the majority of the Spanish fleet. The San Pedro sunk in just 18 feet of water. Read More

Colors of the Sea
Colors of the Sea Fri, Jul 27, 2012 Today's photo blog celebrates 10 of the most colorful fish available in our oceans. What fish would you add to your tank? Let us know in our comments section or head on over to the Monterey Boats Facebook page. Read More

The Sun
The Sun Wed, Jul 25, 2012 At one time or another we have all faced the consequences of exposure to the suns' harmful rays in order to participate in our favorite water activities-including boating, snorkeling, skiing, tubing etc. These consequences are relatively small at fi... Read More

The History of Water Sports: Wakeboarding
The History of Water Sports: Wakeboarding Mon, Jul 23, 2012 Many of you probably know that wakeboarding is a combination of multiple sports intertwined into one, but do you know where it originated? We have heard countless stories of surfers who were towed behind a boat with ski rope as well as stories involv... Read More

Top 10 Places to Take Your Monterey
Top 10 Places to Take Your Monterey Fri, Jul 20, 2012 Last week we asked our Facebook fans to share their top Monterey Boating destinations. Interested in what they had to say? Check out this weeks' photo blog! Read More

Scuba Diving's Colorful History
Scuba Diving's Colorful History Wed, Jul 18, 2012 There are many interesting innovations that led to the development of todays' modern scuba diving equipment. We have assembled a chronological list of what we thought to be the most interesting in scuba diving's colorful history. Read More

Dealer Spotlight: Bassett Yacht & Boat Sales, LLC
Dealer Spotlight: Bassett Yacht & Boat Sales, LLC Tue, Jul 17, 2012 This old-time boat dealership has been closing deals with a handshake for over 69 years and holds true to the highest quality of boat buying and service in the country. Monterey Boats is proud to have Bassett Yacht & Boat Sales as a member of our fam... Read More

Famous Shipwrecks: Adelaide Baker
Famous Shipwrecks: Adelaide Baker Mon, Jul 16, 2012 Scuba divers and snorkelers frequently visit reef eco systems filled with some of the most beautiful marine life our oceans have to offer, but why not kick it up a notch and check out a few shipwrecks? Read More

Friday the 13th
Friday the 13th Fri, Jul 13, 2012 Friday the 13th is the most feared day and date in history. Have you ever wondered why Friday the 13th gained an un-lucky reputation? Read More

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