Georgetown Wooden Boat Show is a 2 day event being held from 21st October to 22nd October 2017 at the Downtown Georgetown in Georgetown, United States Of America. This event showcases product from Marine & Boat industry. This event showcases products like boatbuilding, knot tying, maritime art & crafts, ow, canoe, kayak, surfboard, sail, inboard power, outboard power, owner designed and built, century class etc. in the Marine & Boat industry.
Trolling Motors and Bass Boats
Advanced Trolling Motor Technology
You might have seen the Minn Kota Ulterra commercial. A viewer who understands anything about the boating or fishing can't help but watch slack-jawed. The ruggedly handsome outdoorsman backs his truck with a bass b... READ MORE
The Dolores Water Conservancy District board unanimously voted to close Totten Lake to all boating to prevent contamination by non-native quagga and zebra mussels. Mussels can damage irrigation infrastructure. They have been transported in boats... READ MORE
Overloaded Boat that capsized off Fisherman’s Wharf - San Franciso
Saturday 10-08-2016Police believe a boat that capsized off Fisherman’s Wharf on Saturday was overloaded. The motorized yacht, carrying 30 people, flipped and sank Saturday afternoon 100 yards off Pier 45. San Francisco police are looking into... READ MORE
It is to no surprise that that wakeboarding is evolving rapidly. With todays technology what use to be just possible on paper is now becoming a reality.
Take Sweden's Radinn Electric WakeBoard that is self propelled. ... READ MORE
In short, yes. Yes they are!
We’ve all seen hybrid cars take the industry by storm. But a hybrid car is not right for every household. It can be a major decision mostly due to the fact that hybrid model cars come with a hugely increase... READ MORE
I am sure some of you have already heard of this but for of those that haven't it is a completely crazy act. You take a $90K wakboard boat out on the lake ALONE! Get your boat going and then slip off the back and ride the wake with no driver! Well, I... READ MORE