Regulator 26 Lost At Sea Back In The East

    Almost four years after it was lost at sea, a boat made right here in the east is finally home. The Queen Bee, made by the boat manufacturing company Regulator, located in Edenton, was found off the coast of Spain back in January. On Tuesday night, the company held an event to reveal…

Groups weigh court options after E15 ruling

The National Marine Manufacturers Association is reviewing its litigation options after a three-member panel of judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit dismissed the marine industry's challenge to allowing E15 into the fuel supply. See Related ArticlesTrashing E15 to the corn blocAppeals court dismisses E15 challengeDealers say ethanol damage increases with droughtNMMA…

2012 Current Pirates Cove Billfish Tournament Leaderboard

  Category 1 - Team Award Place Boats Name Points Prize 1st Safari Kevin Gaylord (Captain) 630 $67,172 2nd Bi-Op-Sea Jesse Granitzki (Captain) 630 $40,303 3rd Bid Time Matthew Carter (Captain) 490 $26,869 Category 1 - Most Points Each Day Day Boats Name Points Prize Tuesday Tarheel John Bayliss (Captain) 350 $11,063 Wednesday Bi-Op-Sea Jesse…

Dealers say ethanol damage increases with drought

Some boat dealers in states affected by drought and high temperatures say they’re seeing an increase in boats with ethanol damage. Kansas gas station is first to offer E15 “We’re seeing more boats affected by ethanol because the boats are sitting longer,” Jeff Seims, at Blue Springs Marine near Kansas City, Mo., told Soundings Trade…