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Will Budget Cuts Sink the United States Navy?

Posted May 8th, 2012 by Amanda Rodriguez - no comments

After seeing significant cuts to the defense budget over the last presidential term, concerns have risen over the future of certain branches of the military. In the case of the United States Navy, former Secretary of the Navy, John Lehman, was particularly worried about the impact that future cuts would have on our security. Lehman [...]

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Categories: US Navy Ships

10 Ways to Prepare Your Boat for Hurricane Season

Posted May 3rd, 2012 by Amanda Rodriguez - no comments

With the official start of hurricane season (June 1st) fast approaching, there are a number of proactive ways you can help minimize the risk of damage to your boat from heavy storms. Even a Category 1 hurricane can inflict severe damage to boats that are improperly prepared or left unattended. Don’t wait until it’s too [...]

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Categories: Boating Advisory

7 Weirdest Ways to Build a Boat

Posted May 1st, 2012 by Amanda Rodriguez - no comments

The saying “Whatever floats your boat” takes on new meaning when it comes to innovative and unconventional boat-building materials. Whether it is to promote sustainability or introduce a new building technique, these boats sure push the boundaries of boat construction and design. Here are some surprising and weird ways to build a boat.     [...]

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Categories: Fun

Water Safety Essentials

Posted April 30th, 2012 by Leigha Fenster - no comments

Swimming is a healthy and fun activity that gains the most popularity during the summer months. While swimming can be enjoyed by children and adults of all ages, everyone should be aware of some basic water safety rules before getting into the water. Safety guidelines differ depending on the body of water. Familiarize yourself with [...]

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Categories: Boat Safety

Survivors of the Titanic: The Untold Stories

Posted April 25th, 2012 by Amanda Rodriguez - no comments

It is hard to believe that it has been a hundred years since the Titanic set sail on her maiden voyage. By now everyone has heard of the tragedy that happened during the ship’s journey. People across the world have been mesmerized by the stories of those who have survived. People from all walks of [...]

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Categories: News

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