Sea Chaser 24 HFC sets Standard for Serious Fish, Play Boat

Are you a hardcore saltwater tournament angler? Will your family spend just as much time aboard the boat as you do fishing? Finding a center console saltwater boat rigged and ready for fish and play isn’t that hard to find. What is though is finding a boat designed for comfort, safety and all the features you need for winning a tournament and keeping smiles on faces of family.

Living the ‘Skiff Life”

Fishing hard. Playing harder. Cruising the skinniest of water, or heading out miles away from shore into the blue water. Doing the heavy lifting and transporting the goods for a job. Spending quality time with family and friends on a secluded beach. Watersports? Yep, you do that too. Scuba diving over a wreck in the bay. Snorkeling over a reef on the lookout for a lobster dinner.

Go Skiing With Tidewater

Thumbs up. Thumbs down. Those hand gestures mean more than acknowledging that you like something. In skiing terms, the thumbs up gesture means the skier wants boat speed to increase. Back off the throttle when thumbs go down. Those are just two of the seven skier hand signals that are fundamentals of learning the original powerboat watersport.

Come See Tidewater Boats at Miami’s Favorite Boat Show

Water and boats go together, but you don’t always find both at a boat show.

Fish hard, play more with the all new Skeeter Solera™ 189

Combine the superior smooth, dry ride of a deep-V hull, and a performance-driven fishing rig with room for the entire family and the result is the new Skeeter Solera 189

Florida’s Carolina Skiff dealer Dusky set for World’s Biggest in-Water Show

Dusky Sports Center is smack dab in the middle of Florida’s prime boating waters, and coincidentally near the world’s largest in-water boat show

Preventing Ethanol Headaches

Corn was a staple of early settlers, and it’s still a major part of our diet today. But a modern derivative of corn—ethanol—can create havoc in a boat’s fuel system. Fortunately,

Tow-manship and safety for skiers, wakeboarders

You are enjoying a laid-back day of boating away from the stress, drama and trauma of the rat race back on the streets of the big city. Ahead is a boat adrift. Hands wave,

Water Skiing Going to the Dogs

  Water Skiing Going to the Dogs by Ted Lund   Boating and water skiing have officially gone to the dogs, thanks to a Chicago-based pooch that has a love for both. Duma, the nine-year-old Jack Russell terrier, got her love of  boats and the water from her owner, Cliff Bode. Her obsession will be […]