147 Foot Picchiotti Yacht

By Hollie Misztak on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 in Boating Destinations, Boating Safety, State Boating, Types Of Boats.

The PY Heritage 45 m is a concept project that Picchiotti is presenting to it’s customers. Zuccon International Project said it designed a new 147-foot motor yacht for Picchiotti. The boat is a dual function motor yacht that can be used as a classic expedition yacht and as a support vessel for Perini Navi super […]

The Year of Innovation

By Hollie Misztak on Thursday, January 26th, 2017 in Boating Destinations, Types Of Boats.

Lexus Goes from Land to Yachts  Lexus has released its fully redesigned flagship, the LS sedan. The Lexus Sport Yacht, although much smaller than any actual ‘yachts’ it is the closest thing that automakers will get as of right now. According to Toyota, the idea for the boat came about when the company’s CEO was […]

Five Things for 2017

By Hollie Misztak on Tuesday, December 27th, 2016 in Boating Destinations, Boating Safety, Boating Tips, State Boating.

EPA Increases Ethanol Requirement for 2017 The Environmental Protection Agency has increased the amount of renewable fuels that will be required in the nation’s fuel supply in 2017. The 2017 Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) levels set las week mandate a 1.2 billion gallon increase next year, a 6 percent increase over current levels. Refiners will […]

Late Fall Hot Spots

By Hollie Misztak on Thursday, October 13th, 2016 in Boating Destinations, Boating Tips.

LATE FALL HOT SPOTS Seasonal colors, picturesque waterways, and shoreline panoramas blanketed with fall foliage; boaters know the best place to view autumn’s changing colors at the helm. As the leaves start to change, many American’s plan road trips to areas decorated with fall colors. But views from a boat provide nature enthusiasts with a […]

Visiting Lake Lanier

By signandglide on Saturday, October 8th, 2016 in Boating Destinations, Boating Safety.

Although its full name is Lake Sidney Lanier, everyone knows it simply as Lake Lanier.  The northern Georgia lake is actually a reservoir formed by the Buford Dam and is fed by the Chattahoochee and Chestatee Rivers.  The lake was built by the US Army Corps of Engineers, for purposes of flood control and water supply. […]

Boating on Lake Erie

By signandglide on Monday, October 3rd, 2016 in Boating Destinations.

Lake Erie may not be the greatest of the Great Lakes – it is larger than only Lake Ontario, but is actually the smallest by volume; it is the shallowest of the system and the most vulnerable to fluctuating water levels. Still, it ranks within the top 20 largest lakes in the world and boating on […]

Amazing Summer Boating Destinations

By signandglide on Friday, June 3rd, 2016 in Boating Destinations.

Boating is known to inspire relaxation and stress relief; the summer gives us plenty of opportunities to get out on the water. In fact, 90% of Americans live within an hour of navigable water, be it a lake, river or ocean – meaning that nearly everyone can plan a local day of fishing, sailing or […]

Christmas Boating Destinations

By signandglide on Tuesday, December 15th, 2015 in Boating Destinations.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas is one of the most magical holidays we celebrate, full of traditions, family and friends, and glittering lights everywhere you look. For a boater, Christmas offers the opportunity to participate in one of the most popular events of the year across the US – the Christmas […]

The Best Boating Destinations in Florida

By Chris Falzone on Tuesday, November 10th, 2015 in Boating Destinations.

With winter coming upon us quickly, the thoughts of many in the North turn towards dreams of warm climates, blue skies and  calm waters. With more registered boats than any other state in the country, there is no denying that Florida is the boating capital of the US.  Not only do the residents love the […]