Now that boating season is in full swing, and everyone is powering up for summer, it’s time for the third installment of our Green Boating series! Using best practices for Green Boating is beneficial for everyone, and will protect our waterways for future generations. 

What Green Boating practices do you use? Tell us more about them, and why you use them on our EdgeWater Boats Facebook and Twitter pages!

1) Minimize Greywater Discharge

Greywater is water recycled for landscape use ...

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Join us in the kitchen tonight while we prepare Garlic Grilled Scallops! Before we begin cooking, let’s learn a little bit more about this rich, sweet, tender, and delicious meat.

The scallop was first mentioned in 1280 by Marco Polo when he described the seafood sold in a Chinese marketplace.  Scallops were a relatively rare meat until the development of new harvesting equipment in 1965. It was now easier for fisherman to harvest deepwater mollusks like the scallop.

Tonight we will be pr ...

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Summer is almost here and you should be on the water in a new Edgewater Boat.

When you purchase any model, from the 145cc tender to the 388 Center Console, your authorize dealer will customize and designed a Garmin Electronics package for your new boat FREE  Packages values range from $1,000 on a 158cc to $30,000 on a 335 Express. There are some simple guidelines: Garmin Equipment is limited to the units offered per EdgeWater model. Garmin Autopilots are not included in this offer. ...
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The Blue Marlin

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The Atlantic blue marlin is beautiful species of fish belonging to the billfish family. It’s native to many of the world’s oceans including the Atlantic, and is commonly found in the Gulf Stream several miles offshore. The Atlantic blue marlin is also referred to as the Cuban black marlin, ocean gar, and ocean guard.

If you have read the popular novella, The Old Man and the Sea by Earnest Hemingway, the blue marlin is the species of fish battled by Santiago for three days.

It has very fe ...

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