Boating on the Hudson editor
AIRBNB and Your Homeowners Insurance
A couple of weeks ago in the Sunday edition of the New York Times, there were photos of a wealthy business man who owned an expensive home in South Hampton and a picture of another man, an xecutive, who paid to rent out the home for a fundraising event for shelter animals. The picture of the man renting the house out showed him on a deck in a bathing suit with a “champagne gun” shooting it into the huge crowd of people.
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Cathy J. Karas, President, Certified Insurance Counselor, KARAS INSURANCE AGENCIES INC, 321 SO. RIVERSIDE AVE, CROTON-ON-HUDSON, NY 10520.
I had a blast working this month’s column. I was sitting at my desk when our Publisher, John Vargo called, informing me that he was en-route and bringing Blue Claw Crabs. While I’m a big-time seafood freak, I grew up on Long Island, Blue Crabs weren’t my specialty. If you want to talk to me about Steamers, I could drone on for days. Blue Crabs, I knew nothing, but I was going to find out.
Article provided by Art Stahl
Retirement Confidence Leveled Off in 2016
As we think about retirement, we may be very confident that someday we’ll quit working and get out on our boat whenever we feel the urge, or we may be wondering if we’ll ever be able to leave our day job. This article summarizes the latest Retirement Confidence Survey that discloses how the rest of us are feeling about it. AFS.
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Question: Why do I have to worry about my fuel over the winter?
Alex: Nothing you can do for your boat when putting it away is as important as treating the fuel in your tank as the secret to enjoying a trouble free 2017. Buy fuel that is Ethanol free, fuel that is treated to combat the determinal affects of Ethanol in your fuel system like Valvtect, or by using a fuel additive.
Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.
Captain Bob Services, LLC was formed in 2006, and provides very reasonably priced Captain and Teaching services to a variety of commercial and private clients on the Hudson River.
We have reached an impasse.
The problem is the silting in of Hudson River channels, harbors, marinas, coves and bays that have filled with so much silt that they cannot be navigated or used for any positive purpose but that of marshland.
It all began with a discussion five and a half years ago on the boat club docks about Brian’s daughter Laura’s suggestion to host friends of hers on his boat including a soldier who had been wounded in the Gulf War and a Gold Star family.
by Lynn Glassman
You know when you're young and impetuous you sometimes do foolish things! When I first began teaching swimming, I went to the New York boat show and I bought a small 12-foot Hobie Cat sailboat. I didn't know how to sail, I didn't have a place to keep the boat and I certainly didn't live near water. The company that sold me the boat said that they would teach me to sail in a classroom. After two months I learned to sail very nicely on paper. I picked up the boat and brought it up to the Catskills where my folks were staying for the summer.