A boater's guide to New England's best coastal and freshwater destinations. Each destination section contains detailed information on navigation, marinas, public dockage, Harbormaster contacts, fuel docks, anchorages, launch ramps, fishing options, service and repair. You'll also find videos, links and info on places to shop, dine, and local points of interest.
Your top source for any and all boating-related news. If it happens on the water in New England, chances are you'll find it here! Get the scoop on recent search-and-rescue ops, marina news, dredging, boating and fishing events, weather alerts, fishing reports, and anything else that happens along the coast.
An ever-expanding library of articles and videos on how, where and when to catch all of New England's top sport and food fish. From tuna to scup, the Fishing section contains valuable, updated information on rigs, lures, baits, hot spots, and techniques. It's also where you can learn about recent noteworthy catches, watch entertaining fishing videos and find links to state regulations and license information.
Find out what's hot in nautical clothing, gear, books, home furnishings, fishing tackle, electronics, boats and more through the Reviews section. This section serves as a great source for gift ideas as well.
Contains short videos on every imaginable subject related to New England's aquatic resources, from fishing to history, kayaking to engine maintenance. Whether you want to be entertained or informed, or both, you'll find something of interest in the video library.
Lighthouse Media Solutions announced the launch of a new recreational boating-based destination-rich television series on New England Sports Network and is sponsored by GMC Trucks and Boston Whaler in concert with their New England network of dealers.
This Atlantic sturgeon was spotted in the Charles River by Rick Bellitti. Photo courtesy Rick Bellitti.
TheBostonChannel: A tax accountant out for a walk in Boston got a surprise last week when he spotted an endangered Atlantic sturgeon in the Charles River.
Rick Bellitti was on his daily stroll to the North End when he saw an unusual 4’ long fish circling the waters near the locks for the Charles River dam. Unable to identify the fish, he sent pictures to his father, a recreational fisherman, who forwarded them to the New England Aquarium.
Tom Richardson is the director and host of New England Boating. Before that he served as the editor of Northeast Boating from 2005 to 2009, and as managing editor of Salt Water Sportsman magazine from 1995 to 2004. He lives, boats and fishes in southeastern Massachusetts with his wife and three kids.