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Rescue at the Vendée Globe…

<i>PRB’s</i> final moments, as described by its skipper, Kevin Escoffier. (Vincent-bd.com/) All was fine aboard PRB, skipper Kevin Escoffier’s IMOCA 60, on November 30, 2020, at 1340 hours UTC. The 40-year-old French singlehanded skipper was racing in 25-knot southwesterly winds and 16-plus foot seas, some 840 nautical miles southwest of ...

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Wicked Tuna Captains Promote Propspeed Foul-Release Coatings…

Six captains, all of them well known to Northeast anglers as part of the Wicked Tuna fleet, have partnered with Propspeed, an innovator of underwater foul-release coatings, to demonstrate the benefits of using the line to keep their vessels running smoothly. Propspeed Brand Ambassadors now include: • Wicked Tuna Captain ...

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What is a Deck Boat…

What You’ll Learn As you read this blog post about deck boats, you’ll learn: These boats are designed to provide maximum space for fishing, entertaining, water sports, and other activities. The additional space comes from an expanded bow section. Deck boats have many advantages, but it’s best to weigh all ...

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Historic British Columbia King Salmon Fishing…

Traditional lapstrake rowboats blanket the Tyee Pool against a modern backdrop. (Terry W. Sheely/) For a bucket-list destination, this internationally famous British Columbia salmon pool at the mouth of the Campbell River on Vancouver Island is strangely quiet. The evening water is flat with slow swirls around skinny rowboats, and ...

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