March 30, 2018
Catch the 2018 Season Three premiere of Florida Sportsman Project Dreamboat starting March 30th.
March 30-April 5
When you combine the depth of a magazine feature with the personal connection of video, you've got the true making of a “dream.” To kick off Season III of Florida Sportsman Project Dreamboat, Boating Editor George LaBonte spends a day on the water with Capt. Allan Black aboard his classic Boston Whaler Outrage 25. Take this issue, grab your remote, sit back and let the dreams roll.
LaBonte, like Black, has spent his adult life on the water as a professional captain. As a host of Project Dreamboat, he combines his journalistic talents with his expertise. Viewers can expect to get the right questions asked and answered.
In addition to the One Man's Dreamboat segments, Florida Sportsman Project Dreamboat also features those in the midst of building their dreams with the crew at Marine Customs Unlimited. Here you get a glimpse behind the scenes of custom projects and expert rigging, revealed through an entertaining, made-for-TV format.
Don't miss an episode, don't miss a dream. But, if you do, catch up by logging on to floridasportsman.com/dreamboat/
MCU repowers a classic 25 Contender, but not without a custom touch; FS Boating Editor George LaBonte joins dreamboat owner Allan Black aboard his Boston Whaler Outrage 25.
MCU crew put custom touches on a 23 Albury Brothers; George LaBonte heads out with Todd Flis on his decked out Scandy White, an aluminum skiff built for the backcountry.
Steve “The Legend” Altenhoff must rescue an outboard that took a salty plunge; George LaBonte joins Scott Dunik and his son Shawn Dunik aboard their custom-built 20-foot center console.
We join the experts at TNT Custom Boatworks as they powder coat brand new fuel tanks for the 31 Contender project; Boating Editor George LaBonte joins Jeff Toole aboard his 1987 Alumacraft.
April 27-May 3
We put an engine bracket to the test on a 23 Regulator; George LaBonte joins Chris White for a day of skinny water fishing on his decked-out 15-foot Pathfinder.