• Safety On Display

    April 27, 2006
    The Lake Mead Safe Boating Partnership will kick-off the first day of 2006 National Safe Boating Week with its first public event - "Safe Boating Day"
  • Thanks, Alabama. Enjoy The View

    April 27, 2006
    Alabama now has a law that tells you what kind of boat you can have on three major lakes in the eastern part of the state. Too bad there isn't a law a
  • A Class of Its Own

    April 25, 2006
    SkipperLiner Industries has just announced the completion of their newest Motor Yacht product, the SkipperLiner 700 Motor Yacht. This luxury yacht is
  • And The Survey Says...

    April 23, 2006
    Most boaters will tell you a good day is a day out on the water. Unless, of course, they got stranded in a storm because they didn't check the weathe
  • Bringing Families Together

    April 21, 2006
    Houseboating, an old vacation idea, popular with many families in the '60s, has since been revised into a great getaway to reconnect with family and e
  • Houseboat Playground: Experience Don Pedro

    April 19, 2006
    Lake Don Pedro is well known to Houseboat magazine subscribers as a haven for great shoreline parties (especially their famous pig roasts), but it is
  • Boat Ban Under Increasing Scrutiny

    April 16, 2006
    Want to buy a houseboat and place it on Lake Martin, Weiss Lake or Lake Harris in Alabama? Sorry. A bunch of Atlanta builders, some wealthy Alabama la
  • Cypress Springs Hit By Storms

    April 14, 2006
    Five of six docks were destroyed at Cypress Springs resort in Concord, Ky. According to Cypress' Louie Williams, dock damage totaled about $600,000, b
  • Tennessee Twister Targets Gibson Plant

    April 09, 2006
    The last thing you want to hear about in houseboat country is a wayward twister. An April 8 report from the The Tennesseean described just that, altho
  • Powell Marina Platform Forthcoming

    April 04, 2006
    The world's largest floating marina platform began its journey from land to water today when it was lifted in sections by crane into Antelope Point Ma