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Saturday, 29 April 2017 15:27

YOU MUST GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME!

Installing bow thrusters, or for that matter stern thrusters in a boat, no matter what the size, can be a very tricky business. So says, Carl Senter and Jim Costello of Coeymans Landing Marine Service, Inc. With 24 years at the same address these two versatile mechanics are the best on the Hudson River.

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Water sports enthusiasts of all levels looking to ride waterways off limits to gas-powered personal watercrafts will now have the freedom to ride where they could never go before, with the new electric-powered Gratis X1.

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A Bucket List Destination like no other, Coxsackie, right on the Hudson River. Flanked by a beautiful Park equipped with tables, a large free boat ramp and adjacent docks with reasonably deep water and a village that is within 3 minutes of the River. This is what you’re looking for when approaching by boat or, for that matter, car.

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(The fading art of handing down skills from grandparent to child!)

It used to be that many a child would go to their grandparents when they were old enough to walk to get a basic understanding of what life is all about! That included fishing, hunting, trapping, and how to operate a boat. These children were perfectly capable of handling the boat and going fishing by the time they were twelve years old.

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Thursday, 16 March 2017 17:14

Bucket List

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The Bucket List, identities, promotes and brings business to individual marinas, restaurants, tourist venues, farms, and other locations specifically! It provides a vehicle, ‘ THE BUCKET LIST ” that allows our readership a direction to spend a day, weekend or month throughout the year as your leisure time should be spent, enjoying the magnificent Hudson River, Lake George and other lakes in the Catskill and Adirondacks to their fullest.

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Tuesday, 07 February 2017 18:12

A Different Kind Of Snowbird

As I was about to leave Liberty Landing Marina by car on January 4th, something a little unusual peeked my interest. It was a beautiful Down East sedan coming past the fairway in a light snow. I stopped to check it out. As the boat got closer it executed a perfect landing. There was the captain, comfy at the wheel in a light sweater vest, and his lovely mate. She stepped onto the deck in winter garb, leaned over with the stern line, and snagged the dock cleat with a single wave of her arm. She then moved to the foredeck and did the same for the forward line… a winter boating ballet.

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Spring 2017 brings a new resort boating experience for mariners on Lake Champlain. Basin Harbor, now formally known as Basin Harbor Resort & Boat Club, will introduce the lake’s first-ever Boat Club in time for the historic Vermont resort’s 131st season, which begins in May 2017. The resort’s brand-new, 60-slip docking system will give travelers arriving by boat access to 400 acres of resort amenities, including golf, spa, boating, swimming, dining, and more.

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New York State Parks has rolled out new initiatives to encourage greater safety (and fun!) out on
the water. Free stickers and decals are being given out to paddlesport enthusiasts. The “If Found” Stickers are for identification of owners of non-powered watercraft such as kayaks, canoes, rowboats, standup paddleboards, and sailboats.

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Tuesday, 07 February 2017 18:00

Saratoga Lake Readies For A Great Year

As boaters head north on their vessels towards Lake Champlain, or tow their trailers up I-87 to Lake George, Lake Placid and other destinations, a beautiful treasure is often overlooked. Saratoga Lake, the closest trailerable powerboatfriendly lake north of Albany and the Hudson Valley, provides great recreational fun, whether it be cruising its beautiful water, sailing on its smooth surface, kayaking/paddling up the Fish Creek, swimming, or even indulging in something called “waterflight”.

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Tuesday, 07 February 2017 17:56

First Riverport Women’s Sailing Conference

by Deborah Medenbach

The first Riverport Women’s Sailing Conference will draw women from up and down the Hudson River on March 25 for a day of education, networking and skill building at the Riverport Wooden Boat School on the grounds of the Hudson River Maritime Museum.

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