Now, we don't advocate using Radar Detection devices in locales where they are prohibited by law. We're just putting this press release out there in recognition of a new trend of radar detection hidden inside a GPS dash units making them a popular item because of how difficult it will be to tell the difference from an ordinary unit. I expect it to be popular with the 'leave late, gotta rush to 'da lake' crowd. Plus we do like to support a product manufactured in our own backyard sort to say...
Updated on Wednesday, November 30, 2011 at 11:38AM by Docktime
Updated on Friday, January 13, 2012 at 10:08PM by Docktime
I know, I know, this sailboat has been around since 2003. It was a cutting edge Henderson design back then and in my opinion still is. In my old racing days I was fortunate enough to crew on an Andrews 30 and got used to it's enormous cockpit. The 216 uses the same design language with a cockpit that can hold 6 adults but can be sailed by 2 (or tenderly by one). Since the launch of the 216, I have been fortunate enough to had 3 wonderful children, which is making me take a hard look at this boat again. It's easily trailered, beached, with room to spare for my 'crew'.
When faced with need, imagination and creativity prevail. Read the full article in the David Report here.