Good News Good News

As the old saying goes, “I’ve got good news and bad news…which would you like first?” Well, here’s a new twist to this: “and I’ve got some more good news.” First the good news: despite all the pain and troubles our world is facing, the marine industry has done...

This is personal

How can this NOT be personal? For me, one of the joys of being in the marine industry is the ability to do something that I truly love. My work is more than my profession, it’s what I love to do. I’m on the water to work and to play. It truly is my passion. I guess I...
Spring 2020

Spring 2020

With Spring on the horizon, I thought I’d share with you what I see ahead in the coming boating year. With an improved economy and the ability to get on the water and enjoy the Bay, in many ways, recreational boating has never been so accessible. Yes, berthing on the...

Annual Boatyard Report

“Houston, we have a problem”… This phrase has become a way to communicate, in an understated way, the significance of a major problem at hand. And so, it is with this somewhat ominous introduction that I provide you with a summary of the boat repair and service...
Walked in your shoes

Walked in your shoes

You know the old saying – “The two happiest days in a boater’s life are the day you buy the boat and the day you sell it”? While there is great truth in this statement, it’s often said in a sarcastic way, which to me completely misses the point. Certainly, the day you...