Compact Camper That Floats!

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It’s a camper.. it’s a boat? It’s a compact camper that floats! For those who like RV’ing just as much as they like boating, here’s a cool solution for you. Here’s the Seelander, a lightweight fiberglass camper, easy to tow, for camping on the beach. Think they can rig up rod holders on this thing? […]

Global Shipping Traffic From Space

Global Shipping Traffic From Space

Well this is rather cool. With West Coast ports and labor unions finally reaching an agreement to end a nine-month standoff that has slowed cargo shipments around the world, we thought it would be interesting to show just how much traffic the high seas see on a regular basis. This video from, a company […]

Annapolis Maritime Society Seeks Members


A call for members for the Annapolis Maritime Society will be held on Thursday, February 19th at Reynolds Tavern (downstairs Pub 1747) in Annapolis. AMS is a group of individuals in the professional maritime industry that focuses on networking as well as education about the industry.  AMS is open to all who are currently or have […]

Brand New Boat Adds to Boston’s Traffic Problem


It’s no secret that the combination of record-level snow and the New England Patriots Super Bowl parade has caused a backup in Boston’s traffic. But this is a new one. As reported by WCVB, a truck towing the Hinckley Maggie Mae, en route to Boston’s convention center for the annual New England Boat Show, broke […]

See the Bay: Deltaville

Photo courtesy of the Deltaville Community Association

At one time Deltaville, VA, was the wooden boat boatbuilding capital of the Bay, and today those same skills and traditions carry on in the many boatyards that line the creeks of the peninsula. The concentration of skilled technicians here is unusual. Boaters up and down the Bay have learned that this Bayside village is […]

Baltimore Boat Show in Photos

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Here are some shots from last weekend’s Progressive Baltimore Boat Show. PropTalk staffers enjoyed hearing salty tales from show goers and fellow exhibitors. As we passed out magazines, we heard more than ever “I love PropTalk,” or “We already read that one!” Thanks to readers for your kind words–and especially thanks to those who filled […]