December 2012 Blog Archive

Dressed to Impress
Dressed to Impress Fri, Dec 28, 2012 Always dressed to impress, the penguin is an aquatic bird inhabiting the southern hemisphere where they spend half of their lives in the water and the remainder on land for their breeding season. Read More

Exploring the North Pole
Exploring the North Pole Wed, Dec 26, 2012 The North Pole is more commonly known as the location of Santa's workshop, but did you know it's also the northernmost point on Earth? Lying in the middle of the Arctic Ocean, all of the earths' longitudinal lines foregather here but its' latitudi... Read More

Let's fire up the grill!
Let's fire up the grill! Wed, Dec 26, 2012 If you're looking for a lighter meal to share with your family after a months' worth of holiday parties and events, prepare your grills taste buds for swordfish with rosemary! This delectable white fish pairs great with jasmine white rice, freshly st... Read More

Our Favorite Films
Our Favorite Films Fri, Dec 21, 2012 Are you looking forward to downtime over the holidays while traveling or home from work on vacation? Click through this weeks' photo blog and select a movie from a list of our all-time favorite maritime films. Which film is your favorite? Are there ... Read More

Runaway to Queensland, Australia!
Runaway to Queensland, Australia! Wed, Dec 19, 2012 We're traveling down under today to Runaway Bay, Queensland, Australia, an extraordinary suburb on Australia's Gold Coast! Read More

Monster Turtles
Monster Turtles Wed, Dec 12, 2012 Get ready to explore another great sea legend! Today we are telling the tale of aspidochelone, a gigantic turtle with huge spines on its back commonly mistaken for an island by unsuspecting, nearby sailors. Read More

Boating Industry Top 100 Award in North America
Boating Industry Top 100 Award in North America Mon, Dec 10, 2012 Congratulations to the following Monterey Boats dealers that have received the Boating Industry Top 100 Award in North America for 2012! Read More

What would you do without an anchor?
What would you do without an anchor? Mon, Dec 10, 2012 Modern society has adapted many of the tools and technologies given to us by the Ancient Greeks, such as the map, thermometer, the alarm clock and the anchor. Have you ever thought what life might be like without these seemingly simple technologies o... Read More

Remembering Pearl Harbor 71 Years Later
Remembering Pearl Harbor 71 Years Later Fri, Dec 07, 2012 As you click through this week's photo blog, please take a moment to remember the lives of all the men and women lost during the attack. We are forever thankful to everyone who has served to protect our great nation. Read More

We're serving  Shrimp Fra Diavolo tonight!
We're serving Shrimp Fra Diavolo tonight! Wed, Dec 05, 2012 Make dinner out of the ordinary tonight with Food Network favorite Giada De Laurentiis' Shrimp Fra Diavolo! The Food Network makes sure that you never miss a step with their informative how-to videos available on the site. While you're at the grocery... Read More

It's time for a night dive!
It's time for a night dive! Mon, Dec 03, 2012 The Benwood is an extraordinary historical night dive site in the Florida Keys on Shipwreck Trail. During her time of service she was a 360-foot long Norwegian Merchant Marine Freighter with a 51-foot beam built for England in 1910. The Benwood was ... Read More