LOS ANGELES - Nine Boating magazine writers claimed 16 awards at the 2005 Boating Writers International annual meeting during the Miami International Boat Show last week, the publication reported in a recent release.
With six first place wins, Boating won more awards than any other publication in the marine category.
A total of 628 entries were submitted for judging in 14 categories. Recipients were honored with cash prizes totaling $14,000.
Boating accepted the following honors:
David Seidman, Boating Columns, “Following Seas”
Jeff Hemmel, Boating Lifestyles, “Undercover Angel”
Rich Beattie, Boating Travel or Destinations, “Risky Business”
Pete McDonald, Boat/Engine Care or Maintenance, “You Did What?”
Lenny Rudow, Electronics, “Information Please”
David Seidman, Ethics/Environment, “Gas Pains”
Kevin Falvey, Technical Writing, “Finding Mr. Smoothie”
Lenny Rudow, Seamanship/Safety, “Boarding Party Do's and Don'ts”
Awards of Merit
Pete McDonald, Boating Columns, “Seamanship”
Daniel W. Long, Boating Columns, “Seamanship”
David Seidman, Boating Lifestyles, “Don't Pay More! Get More!”
Ted West, Ethics/Environment, “Boating CSI”
Joe Friedman, Seamanship/Safety, “Rock Around the Dock”
Joe Friedman, Technical Writing, “Weather or Not (Beating the Weather Service at its Own Game)”
Jeff Hemmel, Boat Tests, “Cabin Fever”
Lenny Rudow, Boat Tests, “Manifest Destiny”
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