Galison Renoir Boating Party 1000 Piece Puzzle, Multi-color (29201)

November 30, 2012 by  
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Each Galison 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle comes in an easy-to-giftwrap sturdy rectangular box and includes a sheet with information about the artist and with information on the image itself.

Coleman Dry Gear Bag (Small 24″ x 10″)

November 30, 2012 by  
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Dry Gear Bag, Small 24"x10"

Renoir Art Poster Luncheon of the Boating Party

November 28, 2012 by  
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Fantastic giclee poster made with only the highest quality UV materials. We ship quickly and all orders guaranteed 100%.

Onyx General Purpose Boating Vest for Children, 30-50 Pounds 20-25-Inches Chest, Red/Black

November 26, 2012 by  
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3332-0131 Size: Child, Color: Red/Navy Features: -Life vest. -Constructed of durable nylon oxford fabric with adjustable belts. -Light weight and durable foam contours to your body and won't hinder your mobility. -Child life vest features a leg strap for added safety (fits 30-50 lb. children) – type iii.

CIPA 11140 Safety Rearview Marine 4″ x 8″ Mirror

November 25, 2012 by  
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CIPA's Safety Rearview Marine Mirror features a fully adjustable anti-scratch, quick mount plastic bracket that fits round or square windshields from 0.625 of an inch to 1 inch thick. The mirror head measures 4.25 x 8 inches. It can mount above or below the windshield. The Safety Rearview Marine Mirror features a convex acrylic safety lens for wide angle viewing and added safety. Made with non-corrosive materials and salt spray tested.

Oxen 81105 Fashion Sunglasses with Wrap-Around Waterproof Frames for Men and Women Who Need Protection From the Sun While Boating, Playing Sports, Working, or Relaxing outdoors (Grey / Smoke)

November 25, 2012 by  
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Oxen 81105 fashion sunglasses are stylish, comfortable, protective, and most of all, affordable. These frames wrap closely to the face, blocking out UV radiation and protecting your eyes from light and debris almost every angle. The waterproof design makes this particular style ideal for fishing, boating, and beach activities. Great fashion and great protection for hundreds of dollars less than expensive designer shades.

Boating Weather

November 23, 2012 by  
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Pontoon

November 23, 2012 by  
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Power Boating For Dummies

November 21, 2012 by  
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Power Boating For Dummies is a guide to power boating for both new and experienced boaters. It advises readers of necessary boating supplies, safety concerns and equipment, accessories, and includes locations of boating facilities, and how to safely pilot the ship.

Reflection On America’s Great Loop: A Baby Boomer Couple s Year-Long Boating Odyssey

November 21, 2012 by  
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Adventure is not just for the young! Though I own a boat was the opening phrase to their courtship and eventual married life, little did Baby Boomer couple George and Pat Hospodar know then that those words would lead to their making a year-long journey of a lifetime aboard their boat, Reflection, almost forty years later. For their ultimate boat-lover s voyage, the Hospodars traveled around The Great Loop, a circumnavigation of the waterways of the eastern United States and Canada. Varying from 5,000 to 7,500 miles depending on the route taken, The Great Loop usually takes loopers a year to several years to complete. And George and Pat are not alone. According to America s Great Loop Cruisers Association, hundreds of boat owners attempt The Loop each year. If you are one of these adventurers hoping to join the ranks of successful loopers such as George and Pat, this book is for you. Reflection on America's Great Loop welcomes and encourages not only fellow boaters, but also armchair adventurers and dreamers of all ages to join George and Pat aboard Reflection as they share a lighthearted, real-life account of their travels on The Loop. In addition, for those who are considering making this journey themselves, the authors offer insights and tips on: Routes Anchorages Navigation Locking Marinas Free dockage Low bridges Fuel stops Restaurants Shopping Points of interest and local history Border crossings in Canada and the United States Local marine weather websites and phone numbers Get ready to immerse yourself in the moments and memories of the Captain and the Admiral on their unforgettable trip through North America s waterways.

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