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  • From the Boathouse: Even Californians need to winterize their boats

    Ahoy! October is the time of year to start winterizing your boat whether it is floating in a slip or sitting on dry land. The cooler air and increasing separation between the daytime and nighttime air temperatures will affect your boat's interior...
  • From the Boathouse: Another awareness week on the water

    Ahoy! National Safe Boating Week has finished and another pre-summer awareness week begins on Sunday for boaters and avid fishermen. Can you guess which one? Let me remind you about National Fishing and Boating Week from June 1 to 8. The...
  • From the Boathouse: Unprepared boaters risk lives, cost money

    Ahoy! I constantly remind boaters to double-check safety equipment before they leave the dock, and I end my columns with "Please be boat smart and boat safe." Yet, we still share the waterways with ill-prepared skippers and those with the Goofy-goes-...
  • Dr. Beyer on air with Angels

    Dr. Beyer on air with Angels
    If you haven't seen your doctor about your sports-related injury, you can listen to a local doctor on the radio. Just listen and this doctor will offer free medical advice. Alan Beyer, a Hoag Orthopedic Institute surgeon, founding partner and...
  • From the Boathouse: Seeking support for abandoned boat law

    Ahoy! News of the week is that the Recreational Boaters of California (RBOC) is encouraging boaters to support SB 122, which was introduced by Sen. Ted W. Lieu. This bill will prevent the automatic sunset of the abandoned and derelict vessel program...
  • It's a Gray Area: Our motto should be 'Make the system work'

    As everyone with any awareness realizes, life today is complicated. Nevertheless, things do seem to get done successfully, mostly because the incentives and flexibility in the private sector deliver what people need, when they need it and for an...
  • From the Boathouse: Heed Coast Guard's advice on frequency

    Ahoy! The weather is looking good for this weekend with afternoon sunshine breaking through the clouds. We will have patchy fog in the mornings that should burn off before noontime. The daytime air temperature will remain mild with the highs reaching...
  • From the Boathouse: Wil Wright's is gone, but a plum space remains

    Ahoy! I remember a time in my youth when I was tossing newspapers while pedaling my Schwinn three-speed bike through the Bayshore Trailer Park. Some of you might remember that the park was located at the northeast corner of Dover Drive and Pacific Coast...
  • Getting published is only half the battle

    Dear sir or madam, will you read my book? It took me years to write. Will you take a look? So begins the Beatles' "Paperback Writer," a song whose lyrics take the form of a query letter by a fledgling author to a publisher. The subsequent verses nail...
  • From the Boathouse: Bidding farewell to the Professor

    Ahoy! Sad news for the angling community as the "Bass Professor" died last week, March 28, at the age of 66. Doug Hannon was at his home in Keystone, Florida, where he was recovering from neck surgery. Known as the "Bass Professor," Hannon was a...
  • From the Boathouse: Any old port with a low tax rate

    Ahoy! As California struggles financially and sales tax generated from boat sales is dramatically down, yet another state has taken a step to increase its sales tax revenue. Maryland's legislature voted this week to cap the state's vessel tax at $15,...
  • From the Boathouse: After taxes, a treat in the harbor

    Ahoy! April means different things to different people — like making the last minute tax-filing deadline, or the Lexus Newport to Ensenada Yacht Race — but to me, April means the Newport Boat Show. In my column last week, I mentioned how a...