Fire Extinguishers 101
Dec 29, 2014 by John

Fire Extinguishers 101

In boating and in life, nothing can grab your attention quite like the unexpected smell of smoke....Read More

Why You Should Consider Getting a Downrigger
Dec 16, 2014 by John

Why You Should Consider Getting a Downrigger

You know what they say... size matters! When playing with the big fish, you don’t want to fight the big weights. ...Read More

The Future of NOAA Chart Catalogs
Dec 04, 2014 by Ann

The Future of NOAA Chart Catalogs

Followers of NOAA are already aware that as of last year, the Coast Survey Office has begun to transition their charts from paper to digital formats. Next up on the paper chopping block is the traditional chart catalog, and NOAA wants to know your opinion....Read More

Lesson Learned: Interrupting Boat
Nov 25, 2014 by admin

Lesson Learned: Interrupting Boat

We were tied up at Shaffer's in Chesapeake City on the C&D Canal. We went to dinner and half way through the meal, I glanced out the window...Read More

Pacific Marine Expo 2014
Nov 18, 2014 by Ann

Pacific Marine Expo 2014

Fisheries Supply will be showing off our newest and most innovative products at the Pacific Marine Expo, presented by National Fisherman and WorkBoat, the industry’s leading publications. If you were planning to attend and haven't registered yet, there's still time!...Read More

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Reducing Odors in Marine Sanitation Systems
Nov 11, 2014 by John

Reducing Odors in Marine Sanitation Systems

A problem common to many vessel sanitation systems is that faint, or not so faint, unpleasant sulfurous odor associated with a less-than-ideal sanitation system installation....Read More

Making a Boat into a Home
Oct 30, 2014 by admin

Making a Boat into a Home

The following is a guest post from the world cruiser and chronicler of the Sailing Totem Blog, Behan Gifford. In the run-up to sailing south from Puget Sound, I often met with a friend for workday lunch breaks in downtown Seattle to talk about All Things Cruising....Read More

Epoxy Safety, from the Shop of Sam Devlin
Oct 16, 2014 by admin

Epoxy Safety, from the Shop of Sam Devlin

The following is a guest post from noted boat builder, author, and designer of wooden boats, Sam Devlin.
The most controversial aspect of epoxy use is the matter of safety....Read More

Lesson(s) Learned: First Time for Everything
Oct 01, 2014 by admin

Lesson(s) Learned: First Time for Everything

I'll admit to a couple boneheads. First time ever my wife was on a sailboat -- 30 some years ago. We had borrowed a "Super Porpoise" which is a slightly enlarged sunfish. I wasn't sure how to rig the main-sheet, so I just wrapped it around my wrist...Read More

How It's Made: Boating Edition
Sep 23, 2014 by Ann

How It's Made: Boating Edition

Have you discovered the joy that is the 5 minute video that shows you how things are made? The Discovery Channel's "How it's Made" Show is truly captivating, and with the release of their latest video, we've rounded up our nautical favorites. ...Read More

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