What Are Yacht Stabilizers? (Features and Functions)

What Are Yacht Stabilizers? (Features and Functions)

Embarking on a luxurious yacht voyage across the open waters is a dream for many and knowing about yacht stabilizers and their functions can alter your maritime experience. However, seasoned sailors and enthusiastic newcomers alike often encounter a common challenge when cruising the seas – the relentless motion of the ocean. Continue reading to uncover…

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Best Marinas in Fort Lauderdale in 2023

Best Marinas in Fort Lauderdale in 2023

Discover the finest marinas in Fort Lauderdale, where luxury meets convenience. From accommodating mega-yachts to providing top-notch repair services, these marinas offer it all. Whether you’re a seasoned boater or a visitor looking for a taste of the waterfront lifestyle, Fort Lauderdale has something special for you. Continue reading to learn the top seven marinas…

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Customer Reviews and Testimonials

Magnum Marine stands as a beacon of excellence in the realm of boat manufacturing and sales, embodying a relentless commitment to customer satisfaction and unwavering dedication to crafting the finest vessels. With a focus on delivering an unparalleled experience, Magnum Marine has consistently redefined industry standards through their customer-centric approach and unyielding pursuit of uncompromising…

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Sleeping on a Boat Overnight? How to Prepare

Discover the art of achieving comfortable and secure sleep on a boat through careful planning and preparation. This comprehensive guide covers everything you need to know, from familiarizing yourself with your boat’s sleeping arrangements to packing essential gear and crafting a personalized space for a magical overnight boating excursion. Uncover the secrets to creating a…

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Preparing Your Boat for a Hurricane

As hurricane season spans from June to November, it is crucial to understand how to effectively prepare your boat in advance. From preparing your boat to withstand the storm to ensuring you have the proper insurance coverage, this article will help you be as prepared as possible when the next hurricane strikes. To read all…

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1988 Miami-Nassau-Miami: The Final Ride

1988, was the third and final year for the Miami-Nassau-Miami Searace. The thing that made the race an interesting challenge and a true “racer’s race” were the things that also hindered it from surviving, much less ever growing as an event. The distance away from shore made spectatorship impossible, without spectators, there are no advertisers, no sponsors, and almost certainly no prize money.

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1987 Miami-Nassau-Miami: New Boat, New Speed

When Filippo Theodoli received John Crouse’s letter in February of 1987, announcing the second running of the Miami-Nassau-Miami race, he knew he wanted another crack at it. Not because he felt he had anything left to prove, he didn’t, but rather because he felt he could win even more decisively this time.

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Magnum Marine Wishes You a Happy Fourth of July

Happy Fourth of July from Magnum Marine! As we gear up to celebrate the most cherished American holiday, and one of the busiest boating holidays, there is no better way to honor our freedom than by embarking on a thrilling boating adventure. While we celebrate freedom, it is crucial to prioritize safety on the water…

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10 Tips for Boaters Watching Fireworks Displays

10 Tips for Boaters Watching Fireworks Displays

With the Fourth of July approaching, it is important to keep safety tips in mind to ensure everyone has fun and does not obtain injuries. From commonly overlooked safety violations such as overloading a boat with passengers to leaving the fireworks to the professionals, these are key factors in benefiting everyone’s safety. To read all…

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1986 Miami-Nassau-Miami: The Main Event

Thrilled that Magnum was allowed to enter the race, the first move would be to build a boat that could compete. This turned out to be a relatively easy thing, as Theodoli intended on racing a production boat, not a race boat, and there was a difference. In fact, the official rules for the diesel…

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Doubling the Distance with Theodoli

In 1986 John Crouse, journalist, photographer, race promoter, and racer himself, had become bored with “offshore” racing that had moved; “close to shore, on lakes and even rivers. That gut feeling the old timers had of having to find a distant landfall in a vast sea without any land references had been lost. ”Crouse wanted…

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Beginner’s Guide to Boat Terminology

Beginner’s Guide to Boat Terminology

Understanding the different boating expressions and terminology can be very challenging. From parts of the boat to how to navigate the water, this article provides all of the essentials a new boater needs to ensure safety and preparedness on their upcoming boating expedition. Continue reading to take a deeper dive into the beginner’s guide to…

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7 Photography Tips for Your Luxury Yacht

7 Photography Tips for Your Luxury Yacht

Taking a luxury yacht vacation is likely going to be a lifelong memory for you and your family and friends. Knowing how to photograph the moments will only make the memories last longer. Continue reading to learn 7 photography tips for your luxury yacht to use on your next adventure!  A luxury charter yacht vacation…

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7 Mile Grand Prix Quickly Approaching

7 Mile Grand Prix Quickly Approaching

This weekend marks the much-awaited offshore powerboat race in Marathon, FL, and the excitement in South Florida is palpable. Many of our Magnum fans love the history of boat racing and still enjoy watching the incredible race boats on the water. As the race draws near, the area has been bustling with action as fans,…

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