New England Boating TV has wrapped up its third season of production, and now you can catch all of the adventures on TV and online.

Follow co-hosts Parker Kelley and Tom Richardson as they travel from Maine to Connecticut in their GMC Sierra Denali with a Pursuit C260 in tow. This season’s episodes explore some of the region’s most iconic boating destinations, including Block Island, RI; Mystic, CT; Chatham, MA; Boothbay, ME; Jamestown, RI; Newburyport, MA; Scituate, MA; Northport, NY; Kennebunkport, ME; Clinton, CT; Moosehead Lake and more!

Launching the Pursuit at Cashman Park

Launching the Pursuit at Cashman Park

NEBO Director and Producer Gene Allen films Parker Kelley’s interview with the Pappas family for the Quincy, MA, episode.
New England Boating TV, sponsored by GMC Trucks and Pursuit boats in concert with their New England network of dealers, explores the region’s varied ports, bays, harbors and lakes, providing viewers with useful boating information and showcasing interesting things to see and do. Produced and directed by Gene Allen, the award-winning show focuses on a new boating destination each week. “It’s a blend of entertaining travelogue and informative boating guide,” explains Allen. “It appeals to all types of boaters, from fishermen and sailors to paddlers and cruisers.”

Each episode delivers advice from local experts on a variety of topics, including good places to fish, kayak, water ski, fuel up, grab a mooring or slip, or simply drop anchor and hit the beach. Viewers will also get historical background on each locale, as well as the scoop on local restaurants, shops and attractions.

The action-packed show is loaded with information and perfectly complements New England Boating magazine and the content-rich website

New England Boating TV Season 3 episodes will air this fall and winter on NESN. Check your local cable provider for channel listing, and stay tuned to for updates on air dates and times. Past episodes of the show can be viewed right here on this website (see links below) or via YouTube.

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