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Dear Capt. Ken: We are at the dock in Hilton Head, SC after a wonderful day traveling south on the Intracoastal. We will be in the Palm Beach, FL area sometime next week and will be staying until the end of the month to attend the boat show there. We have followed, and enjoyed, your writings in the boating magazines for years and would just like to say that we have a copy of your new POWERBOATING book on board and find your style of writing makes it a very interesting read. The information, even for experienced boaters, is something everyone who is living the lifestyle, or is thinking of getting into boating, will enjoy. The anecdotal stories are quite enjoyable and add lots of depth to the subject matter. We especially liked the portion dealing with the filthiest engine room ever. As well, your photography is just right for each subject you cover. Keep up the good work and perhaps we will get to meet you at Palm Beach. Thanks again.
-A.&L. Louis, Montreal, Canada

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Posted by on March 2, 2017 in Photo Op


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DSC04181As we have for the past several years, it was a pleasure catching up with you at the 2016 Ft. Lauderdale boat show. We left a few days later for Grand Bahama and snapped this picture of the rising Supermoon. We had a great evening aboard with all our friends. Saw your live Facebook feed on the Evo 43 and enjoyed it very much. Hope to see you at Miami. Thanks for all the informative, interesting, and entertaining work you have done. -J. & E. Scott, Hollywood, FL


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Posted by on November 30, 2016 in Photo Op


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Many thanks to all those who have sent in photos from their travels here and there and near and far. Greatly appreciated! My files are filling up so keep them coming. And don’t limit yourselves to just a short caption. Please feel free to write a longer narrative as well.

-Capt. Ken

DSC_0799While on a fishing trip to Isla Mujeres, Mexico, I left my buddies at the Ballyhoo Bar and took a stroll along the docks. I saw this local fishing boat up on the sand and thought it was an interesting subject; the shape and attitude of the bow, the knot in the line securing it, the colors and their condition, and yes, the name of the boat as well. I like what you are putting up here on this site and will tell my friends about it. Keep up the good work.

Peter D., Kemah, Texas

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Posted by on January 22, 2014 in Photo Op


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