Scream And Fly Tours Bob's Machine Shop ▼ In every sport, there are icons. These icons will always epitomize the very essence of what makes every sport great, and the excitement its fans and participants feel universally. These icons represent both the people and the machines; and when it comes to performance boating, the boats themselves are nearly as unique as the people that pilot them.
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The 2008 Miami International Boat Show was a special event for Evinrude - it marked their 100th Anniversary. For this occasion, they had a large display of vintage engines from their collection, as well as copies of brochures
Happy New Year! 2014 is Mercury Marine’s 75th Anniversary. The year will be filled with a variety of exciting events to celebrate our company’s rich history. Mike Butler’s restoration of “Little Red,” a historic Mercury Twistercraft tunnel race boat, is the first in a series of stories I’ll be posting throughout the year in celebration of Mercury’s rich performance heritage.
You will not find a greater authority on Mercury’s outboard
We spend a lot of time in validating our products. This is because we are responsible for entire propulsion systems – not just independent components. Everything (engines, transmissions, drives and propellers) must work together and be tolerant of each other. This includes oils and lubes. They are the system’s
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Scream And Fly was founded back in 1998 with the idea to feature photos of boats that my friends were running at our weekly meet-up at Tanner Park on Long Island. Back then, in Scream And Fly's most basic form, this website was about featuring boats from our readers.
We began as a single-page basic HTML site on the free Angelfire hosting service. Originally, Scream And Fly had a very basic design and it was essentially a website for posting photos of Hydrostream boats. The
Experience, Custom, and Innovative: Three words that describe Hoss Marine Props.
The idea of working high performance propellers originated in the very successful early racing days of the Hoss Brothers; my father, Dave Bostic, pictured on the left with his Allison race boat and his older brother Glen on the right. (Circa 1965).
The five finalists for our first photo contest of the year have been chosen and the voting has commenced! Narrowing down the photos to just five from all of those great submissions was not easy, however you will notice that each photo represents an aspect of what makes performance boating