New Products

New Products
  • New Products – By Terry Goble
    Inflatable PFD Delivers All-Day Comfort And Bold Styling Too often, people don’t wear PFDs when boating because they’re simply too bulky to have fun in. The inflatable Bombora Adventurer is different. Featuring bold styling,...
  • New Products – By Terry Goble
    Lightweight, Wearable Safety Strobe Is Essential Gear After falling overboard, remaining visible to rescuers is essential. Wearing a Life Light® strobe from Ritchie Navigation aids in a successful recovery. Lightweight and compact, it attaches easily...
  • New Products – By Terry Goble
    Finally, A Bow Light That’s Comfortable To Sit On Protruding hardware on a boat can detract from its sleek foredeck, and is uncomfortable to sit or step on. The 210 Pop-Up® LED Bow Light from...
  • New Products – By Terry Goble
    Now’s The Time To Protect The Fuel System As autumn approaches, it’s important to safeguard a boat against temperature changes and months of disuse before the cover is put on. Marine Gasoline Stabilizer Shooter...
  • New Products – By Terry Goble
    Stainless Steel Flip Covers Offer Unrivaled Protection When it comes to durability in harsh marine environments, stainless steel is one material that holds its own. Hubbell Marine offers a dependable way to protect exterior...
  • New Products – By Terry Goble
    Upgrading To Quality Folding Cleats Is Simple Retractable cleats enhance the safety and appearance of any boat, but their required deck cut-outs may not be possible if there are bulkheads, electrical runs or other...
  • New Products – by Terry Goble
    1st Mate Is Ready To Assist For Boater-Overboard Scenarios Mercury Marine today announced full compatibility of all Mercury SmartCraft-capable engines with the new 1st Mate Safety and Security System. This technology comprises an intelligent...
  • New Products – by Terry Goble
    With An Accon Bimini Hinge, Shade Is Seconds Away On a hot, sunny day, a bimini top offers cooling shade and protection from harmful UV rays. But one lost screw or pin can mean...