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Why Outdoor Enthusiasts Choose Nautical Ventures

Published March 19th, 2019 by Bernardo

Outdoor recreation, such as boating and fishing, generates an economic impact of $23.3 billion annually in the state of Florida. Based on the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) 2018 Boating Economic Impact Study, there are 918,255 registered boats in Florida and 141.6 million Americans go boating each year.

Demo Days: The Story Behind Nautical Ventures Fan Favorite Boat, Kayak & SUP Sale

Published October 15th, 2018 by Bernardo

Researching specs for the perfect boat, kayak or paddleboard is important, but it does not take the place of firsthand experience. Zipping across the waves with the wind in your hair tells you tons about the type of watercraft you want.

Dania Beach Nautical Supplies

Published March 21st, 2018 by Bernardo

Dania Beach is one of Florida's great nautical scenes. It offers scenic access to the water through several marinas including Dania Beach Marina, Royale Palm Marina, and Harbour Towne Marina. The accessibility of launch points and points of interest makes now the perfect time to look into Dania Beach boat sales.

Palm Beach is a haven for those who love their water sports.

Published March 19th, 2018 by Bernardo

Palm Beach is a haven for those who love their water sports. Residents and visitors to the area enjoy easy access to the water with their choice of marinas. In North Palm Beach, you'll find Soverel Harbour, Old Port Cove, and North Palm Beach Marinas. Or maybe you hail from Lake Park and Riviera Beach, with the Lake Port Harbour Marina and the New Port Cove Marine Center. Farther to the south, in West Palm Beach and Lake Worth, there are the Palm Beach Yacht Club, Palm Harbor Marina, and the Loggerhead Marinas. 

Orion Coolers – Never Lose Your Cool

Published June 5th, 2017 by Bernardo

Orion Coolers are named after the ‘Great Hunter’ Orion, of Greek mythology. Orion’s strength, dominance and timelessness are all traits that are built in to every cooler.

How to Prepare Your Boat for a Hurricane

Published October 4th, 2016 by Bernardo

It’s Tuesday, October 4th and Hurricane Matthew, a category 4 monster, will be knocking on our door in two days. Our dealerships in Fort Lauderdale, North Pam Beach and Riviera Beach are busy implementing a storm plan to protect our boats and property. This got us thinking… do you know how to properly protect your boat in the event of a hurricane? Here are a few tips, courtesy of some of the best minds in the industry. 

The Big Chill.

Published April 28th, 2016 by Bernardo

Coolers have come a long way in recent years. Gone are the utilitarian Styrofoam or Plastic insulated ones, the kind if you broke, lost, or left behind at a picnic you didn’t worry about losing.

My Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades.

Published April 25th, 2016 by Bernardo

Light consists of two waves, one propagated in the horizontal plane and one in the vertical plane. When light bounces off a flat surface, such as water, the horizontal component is seen as glare. Polarized lenses are made using a special optical filter which absorbs the horizontal component of light and transmits only the vertical component. 

The BP Oil Incident of 2010 – Here’s the Drill.

Published April 23rd, 2016 by Bernardo

The Interior Department recently laid out a final offshore well-control rule that would require more frequent testing of the devices, swift reporting when parts fail, and retrofitting the equipment with extra shearing rams meant to slash through drill pipe and help seal an open well hole. The rules come nearly six years after the catastrophic blowout of a BP oil well in the Gulf of Mexico killed 11 workers and injured many others aboard Transocean’s Deepwater Horizon drilling rig.


It’s Earth Day. Have Fun Saving the Planet.

Published April 22nd, 2016 by Bernardo

OK. This headline is in no way sarcastic. Read it as it is sounding in my head. “Have Fun (while you are at the same time) Saving the Planet.” Since our planet is made up by two-thirds of water, let’s just focus on that part. As a boater and recreational fisherman I’ve been taught to respect our waterways and all the life living within. In fact, most all boaters and fishermen I know following common sense environmental and conservation guidelines. It’s not that difficult and, in reality, has made our sport more enjoyable. A few notable things:

Bug Off!

Published March 22nd, 2016 by Bernardo

As boaters, kayakers, fisherman, and all around outdoor people, we are generally well prepared for all things related to our activities. But, and this is a big BUT…

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