Thanks Young Guns

A huge thanks to all the young guns who are keeping us afloat. And there are more, some already featured here, and more to come later in the late fall. Even I was a bit surprised at the amount of youn… Read more

16 Comments on “Thanks Young Guns

  1. Yes – Thanks for the articles this week and to the people you profiled who have the passion to keep our sport/hobby alive.

    Woke up to this this morning – not how I wanted to start the day. Up in northern lower Michigan we don’t have hurricanes, wild fires, salt or sharks but we do have awfully long winters.

    • New guy to the conversation here . Reaching out for mentoring for a 1972 SRV-190 I just got to restore over the long winter in traverse city , mi .

  2. As they say, timing is everything. I was very impressed with the Boston Whaler couple and picked up several ideas for our 1984 Whaler. Since I just sold the Coronado this month, I will be using the Whaler much more next year.
    Thanks for all the articles on the young guns.

  3. If you had done this story a couple years ago maybe I could have been featured?! Ok, maybe five years ago….ten??

    Great series. Thx for keeping the dream alive!!

  4. This was a wonderful series showcasing such talented people and accomplishments! Thank you! Looking forward to the years ahead and the positive impact upon our hobby!

  5. Great photo of the young Robinson family. They should be our poster family for classic boating

  6. Great to see that the younger generation is inspired by “old skool boats”. It inspired me, as a “middle age tech”, to have up my own boat shop, Thumbs up for this informative website and most off all. the every day new picture and little story going with it!