Biobutanol: The Ethanol Alternative
Biobutanol is an ideal substitute for the engine-damaging ethanol that boaters have been forced to use. What is it, and when will we see it in marinas?
Boaters Benefit From Reinvested Tax Dollars
Rebuilding our transportation infrastructure is high on the nation's to-do list, but innovative grants programs have been bolstering the waterfront for years.
Navigating The Challenging Waters Of Washington
When BoatUS was founded in 1966, we went to work advocating for recreational boaters in the federal legislative and regulatory arenas. That hasn't changed. Here's a snapshot of issues we're focused on for 2018.
40 Years Of The Magnusen-Stevens Act
After 40 years of one-size-fits-all management, Congress and federal managers can now redesign fisheries law and policy to include the rest of us. But will they?
BoatUS Goes To Washington
Ride along with our crackerjack team for a day as we defend your boating interests.
Could Ethanol-Free Gas Evaporate?
Love it or hate it, 10-percent ethanol gas is a fact of life. Ethanol-free can be hard to find, and alarmingly, unless Congress acts soon, even that limited supply could dry up next season.
E15: A Good Law, For Yesterday
Congress pops the hood on America's fuel policy and finds there's work to be done.
Don't Give Up The Slip!
This Labor Day weekend, boaters can have "front row slips" for the 200th anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Lake Erie, thanks to Ohio's participation in the Boating Infrastructure Grant Program.
Can A Grassroots Organization Save A Boatyard From Condo Creep?
A few passionate boaters strive to save a working waterfront on Long Island Sound. Their experience may provide inspiration to other communities around the country.