Key West Boating


In our new series we will be exploring the best boating areas in the Florida Keys. A visit to the Florida Keys is always  adventurous whether you are there for sightseeing, fishing, or snorkeling and diving.

Islamorada is known worldwide as the “Sport Fishing Capital of the World.”  It’s an underwater nirvana for several species of fish including the French grunt, regal queen angelfish, moray eel and the nurse shark. There are three areas we recommend visiting while out on the water in Islam ...

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Are you planning a getaway for the upcoming weekend on your EdgeWater Boat? Once you are done fishing for the day, try something new and prepare Spanish-style grilled fish! It’s perfect for a Saturday night meal. The recipe recommends sea bass, rockfish (Yellowtail, Pacific Red Snapper, etc), or striper. Don’t forget to bring a bottle of wine on-board because the fresh flavors from the fish, onions and olive-oil are complemented by a glass of white wine!

What is your favorite meal to prepare whi ...

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There were three lighthouses built on Lake Sunapee in New Hampshire by the Woodsum Brothers in 1890! We’ll be taking a historic tour of all three this week in our blog!

If you have visited either the Loon Island Lighthouse, Burkehaven Lighthouse, or Herrick’s Cove Lighthouse, share your experience and pictures with us on Facebook!

Construction on the Loon Island Lighthouse began in 1891 after the Edmund Burke steamer wrecked on an underwater ledge. The Woodsum brothers completed construc ...

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Follow us North this summer to explore the waters in New England! Even though boating season may be limited due to frigid winter temperatures, it’s an incredible place to be during the summer time.

Our newest blogging series is dedicated to finding  boating hotspots in New England suitable for both beginner and novice boating families. This week we’ll be touring Martha’s Vineyard, Norwalk, and Lake George. Remember to keep an eye out, you’re likely to see an EdgeWater or two, or three!

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