The Blue Marlin


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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Join the employees of EdgeWater Power Boats in donating to the One Fund, benefiting the victims of the Boston Marathon tragedy and their families. Together we can make a difference in the lives of all who were affected by this terrible tragedy.

Since its announcement and formation on April 24th, the One Fund has raised $26,798,005 from public and corporate donations. The One Fund has raised $9,156,005 in public donations and $17,642,000 in corporate donations! The One Fund was established by Kenneth ...

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Are you ready for part two of our Green Boating series? This week we’ll be discussing fueling and oil changes, waste discharge and steps to take to avoid spreading invasive marine species.

Do you have your own green boating tips or stories you would like to share with us? Tell us more on our EdgeWater Boats Facebook and Twitter page!

1) Spill Proof

Oil changes and fueling are a necessity to boating, but there are right and wrong procedures for both.

If you change your own b ...

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A few weeks ago we spent time on the East Coast of the United States, dining at Jim’s Dockside in Jersalueum, Rhode Island. This week we’re heading to the West Coast to dine at butterfly in San Francisco, California for cal-Asian cuisine!

butterfly is a San Francisco gem with dockside dining, live entertainment and dishes made with all organic ingredients! And you can dine for brunch, lunch or dinner!

The restaurant used to be located on Mission Street but moved to Pier 33 in the fall of ...

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