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The Canadian electric boat Fantail 217 – A Full Day of Fun for About 50 Cents in Electricity.

Published February 23rd, 2017 by Bernardo

The electrical-powered Fantail 217 is inspired by the graceful fantail launches that have been navigating on the Thames, the Hudson River and wild Canadian lakes for more than a century. A truly remarkable craft. Fantail 217 can accommodate up to ten guests and will surely attract attention wherever you dock. The Fantail is silent, non-polluting, easy to handle, low maintenance and inexpensive to operate. Go picnic on the lake with a snack and a bottle of wine, sit around the retractable table and relax! it’s a fabulous new way to take your family and friends out on the water

The Bruce 22 Electric Boat – Blazing Speeds from an Iconic Design

Published February 15th, 2017 by Bernardo

Enter, Ian Bruce. World renowned boat builder, recreational craft pioneer, co-creator of the iconic LASER sailboat, Olympian, Member Order of Canada, and hi-performance boat visionary. Now add to his C.V. developer of the Bruce 22 – a retro-styled, 5-passenger, 41 mph electric speedboat modeled after the iconic boat designs of the Italian Riviera. 

The Ranger Tug Boat R-31 CB - Your Home Port Wherever Home Takes You.

Published February 10th, 2017 by Bernardo

The R-31 CB shares many of the features and qualities of her smaller sisterships but some notable additions to this larger model make her ideal for extended cruising while still being a trailerable trawler. The R-31 CB is the first Ranger Tug to feature a flybridge equipped with electronic controls at both the upper and lower helm. The flybridge also retracts to allow for trailering the 31’. The builders at Ranger Tugs also equipped the foredeck with seating and a table that can be raised or lowered depending on whether the boat is under way or at anchor or dock for entertaining.

The Ranger Tug R-31 S - Extended Cruising in Our Extended Boat

Published February 7th, 2017 by Bernardo

Introducing the Ranger Tugs R-31S. The R-31S shares many of the features and qualities of her smaller sisterships but some notable additions to this larger model make her ideal for extended cruising while still being a trailerable trawler. The builders at Ranger Tugs equipped the foredeck with seating and a table that can be raised or lowered depending on whether the boat is under way or at anchor or dock for entertaining. In addition to the foredeck seating, the R-31 boasts a larger cockpit area with wraparound seating utilizing seats that fold out of the gunwale. When not entertaining, seats are folded leaving the cockpit unencumbered.

Kayak Trailers – How to Choose the Right One.

Published February 7th, 2017 by Bernardo

Having a kayak trailer, as opposed to a roof rack, can make loading your kayak really easy. First off, the trailer is lower to the ground so you don’t have to lift your kayak high on the roof. There is also much less wind resistance which, in turn, provides better gas mileage for your car. It also frees your roof to hold a luggage rack to carry suitcases and other essential gear for excursions out of town. 

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