Lifestyle
February/March 2014

 

Thumbnail photo of Rideau Canal, OttawaMemories On The Rideau Canal

Forty-five years after a cherished childhood holiday, this family recreates a trip in memory of those who nurtured their boating beginnings.

 

 

Thumbnail of a Tidal TurbineBoatbuilders Branch Out

Traditional boatbuilders and suppliers are finding that to thrive or survive, the answer might lie in diversification.

 

 


Thumbnail photo of a Mardi Gras boat paradeCruising To Carnival

Mardi Gras festivals are easily accessible by recreational boat, and in many towns, that's the ideal way to experience it.

 

 


Thumbnail photo of Gullivan BayWhere The Boys Are

Every year, we have a ritual. Two friends and I pack my 38-foot sloop with food, drinks, and fishing gear, and set out on a little boating adventure to the Everglades.

 

 

Thumbnail photo of architectural stair railingThe Trickle Down In Reverse

While marine companies might be diversifying into other fields, boating has benefited from other industries that edged their way into the marine industry.

 

 

Thumbnail photo of Matt and Jordan LeeThe Academics Of Bass Fishing

The Lee brothers' story is tapping into the zeitgeist of a boom in college fishing clubs around the country.

 

 

 

Thumbnail photo of shelf of cookbooksShare Your Favorite Cookbooks

Lori Ross is sharing her favorite cookbooks and cooking websites. We welcome you to share yours as well.

 



 


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