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Atlantic City Boat Show

Atlantic City, NJ February 26 - March 1

See what’s new, NOW! Find the boat of your dreams and everything to go with it—see and shop hundreds new boats and an unbeatable assortment of marine gear at the Atlantic City Convention Center. From luxury motor and sailing yachts to sport fishers, performance boats, inflatables and personal watercraft, there are… SEE MORE

Michael Arnone's Crawfish Fest

Atlantic City, NJ May 29 - May 31

What started as a small crawfish boil for 70 people homesick for boiled crawfish in 1989, has turned into Michael Arnone's 31st Annual Crawfish Fest May 29-31, 2020. Featuring the best Music and Food that Louisiana and New Orleans has to offer. Cajun, Zydeco, Delta Blues, New Orleans R&B, Brass,… SEE MORE

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Great Loop

America's Great Loop: "The Last Great Adventure."

9/16/2019 by US Harbors

The Great Loop has been called “the last great adventure in North America”, and it’s gaining in popularity as hundreds of boats follow the 6,000-mile continuous waterway route every year. The Great Loop takes boaters up the Atlantic seaboard, through historic canals, across the Great Lakes, down the inland rivers… SEE MORE

The south side of Little Egg Inlet is bordered by Little Beach Island where only birds enjoy life on an entirely natural island.

Little Egg Inlet: Too Cool For Its Own Good?

6/3/2015 by Gretchen Coyle

New Jersey’s Little Egg Inlet is very shallow in spots. Superstorm Sandy caused more sand and silt to fill in an already questionable inlet. Now, two and a half years later, this important body of water still is only navigable for big boats at high tide. Which government agency is… SEE MORE

Sleepy Chestnut Neck was once a hotbed or rebel activity.

Cruising NJ's Mullica River: A Study In Contrasts

7/7/2014 by Gretchen Coyle

“When our ancestors came over they were either boat builders, preachers or pirates,” the late Don Leek told us. “Why, my grandfather, Charlie Leek, even built some rum runner boats with big liberty engines and bullet proof glass at his boat yard in Lower Bank.” The Mullica River history is… SEE MORE

Every other slip appears empty as marinas suffer in the year since Superstorm Sandy.

Where Are the Boats? NJ Slowdown Persists Long After Sandy

11/3/2013 by Gretchen Coyle

A beautiful weekend day, and instead of a steady stream of Snowbirds heading south, I've seen just two boats — one of them under tow by my friend Rich at Tow Boat US. Much has changed along the Jersey Shore in the year since Superstorm Sandy paid us a visit, and… SEE MORE

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