New England Boating celebrates and chronicles the region’s unique boating culture through its magazine, website and television show. It is both multimedia and multifaceted, embracing all boaters, from sailors to paddlers, cruisers to fishermen. No matter what kind of craft you own or where you like to boat, you’ll find lots to love about New England Boating.
This dynamic, comprehensive online magazine serves up daily news, videos, photos and articles on a wide range of subjects, including technical how-to, fishing, local water-related events and profiles of interesting boating people. It also features a Boater’s Destination Guide containing detailed information on over 80 ports, harbors and lakes from Connecticut to Maine, along with charts, maps, navigation notes and links to local marinas, museums, restaurants, shops and more. The site’s content can be accessed via social media, including Facebook, Twitter and RSS. Daily activity on these platforms alerts boaters to late-breaking news, local activities and events, and new products, articles, photos and videos that will enhance their on-water experience and keep them better informed. Boaters can also sign up to receive daily emails and a monthly newsletter, both of which provide convenient listings of new content.
New England Boating Magazine:
Packed with stunning photos and vibrant writing, this four-color, glossy magazine captures the beauty and variety of New England’s great boating destinations, including lakes, rivers and coastal ports. Also featured are profiles of new products, fascinating people and marine businesses, and fun, interesting things to do and see by water.
New England Boating HDTV:
Travel with co-hosts Tom Richardson and Parker Kelley as they explore New England by water. Part travelogue, part boating variety show, New England Boating HDTV shows you what you need to know as a boater when visiting each port of call, as well as interesting and exciting things to do and see on shore. Spanning 13 episodes per season and airing of NESN, the show explores fishing, kayaking, cruising, local restaurants and shops, and the historical background of New England’s best saltwater and freshwater boating destinations.