Business & Finance: Motor Boats

To the 1929 Motor Boat Show at the Grand Central Palace, Manhattan, last week, went many a prospective purchaser, many an idle gazer, many and many a small boy. Not many hardy sea-dogs attended, because an outstanding feature of the modern motor boat is its tendency to incorporate as much as possible of the simplicity, ease of handling and shiny finish of the motor car. Motor boats are sold not to sailors but to motor car owners and their families. To build a boat that a landsman can operate—and that in most...

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