A Tale of Two Cities – How Lazy Municipal Government Impacts Personal Watercraft Access

by American Watercraft Association

Lowell, Massachusetts is an old school industrial town on the banks of the Merrimack River. The City Hall is an impressive soaring building – a chiseled stone commitment to civic responsibility and engagement. Laced with well-planned canals which powered the mills and factories, Lowell wouldn’t exist without the Merrimack.

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“The only thing new in the world is the history you haven’t read.”

by American Watercraft Association

We love history at the AWA, and more often than not we find ourselves reminded of President Truman’s saying. In the past, we’ve re-published early articles from magazines highlighting the first of their kind mass produced personal watercraft – many still evolving today.

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Shoot the Camel

by American Watercraft Association

Camels camels everywhere. That’s how our friends see it down under. It’s estimated that over a million humps roam the interior of Australia; a product of importation. In recent years, government paid sharpshooters in helicopters knocked off the beasts. But that was before the amazing wonders of the “carbon credit.”

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