QuickBite Tips: Lanyard Stop Switch

The Lanyard Stop Switch is a simple but extremely effective on-board safety device designed to shut off a boat’s engine if the operator moves away (as in accidental ejection) from the operator’s position. The Lanyard physically connects the operator to ...

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Cook Your Catch: Jamaican Grilled Snapper

Summertime calls for a laid-back attitude, fresh, bright flavors and just a little heat. Luckily, this easy Jamaican-inspired recipe for grilled snapper with habanero and scallions has all three. Beautiful to look at and bursting with notes of pineapple, it’s ...

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Tommy Bartlett: Seven Decades of Success

Mercury Marine and Tommy Bartlett Creating success together for decades A long‑shot business venture brought Mercury Marine and Tommy Bartlett together in 1952, but reliable outboards and crowd‑pleasing performances have kept them partners for 66 years. Since their earliest days, ...

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QuickBite Tips: Launch Etiquette

One of the most stressful parts of boating can be the launch and learning the unwritten rules of the ramp. Take a minute to watch this QuickBite tip on boat ramp etiquette.

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Aussie honors grandfather with record-setting journey

Aussie honors grandfather with record-setting journey New Mercury outboards supplied the power Australian water-skier Alex Luther completed a remarkable Mediterranean Sea skiing odyssey on July 7th – precisely 10 days, 2 hours and 17 minutes and 2,298 miles (3,699 kilometers) after ...

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QuickBite Tips: Docking Your Boat

New to boating? Check out these great tips for learning to dock your boat. With a few simple supplies like docklines and fenders, and following these simple step-by-step instructions, it's easy to look like a pro. Watch the video below!

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Cook Your Catch: Grilled Lobster with Cilantro-Chile Butter

Summer. The sun is shining, the water is perfect, and our smiles are always just a little bigger. It’s arguably one of our favorite times of the year, but more importantly, the best time to do one of our favorite ...

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Queen of Speed

Tammy Wolf teams with Mercury to blister the competition When world-class tunnel boat racer Tammy Wolf talks about her life, she sounds like a determined woman who found the keys to a toy store when she was a kid and never gave ...

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Red Snapper Update

Southeastern coastal anglers could see August reopening of red snapper fishery Amendment 43 awaiting NOAA approval CHARLESTON, South Carolina – Saltwater anglers from North Carolina to South Florida could soon be gearing up for the re-opening of a fishery that has ...

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Cook Your Catch: Shrimp Scampi - the Italian-American classic

Shrimp Scampi. The Italian classic. Or rather, the semi-Italian classic. Originally prepared with scampi, A.K.A. the Norway lobster, shrimp scampi was once a classic Italian dish cooked with olive oil and garlic. But as Italian immigrants adapted to life in ...

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