Icom Marine in the Community
Icom supports various marine events and organizations, catering to the casual user to the seasoned mariners. Icom’s goal is to share in this passion through education, hands-on communications support and safety while out on the water. Bring it On.
The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) is committed to enhancing the technology and safety of marine electronics through installer training and interface standards. NMEA members promote professionalism within the marine electronics industry.
Sea Tow is an international marine assistance provider headquartered in Southold, New York, United States. Presently Sea Tow operates over 120 independently owned franchise locations in the United States, Europe, the Bahamas, and Puerto Rico.
P1 is an international powerboat and personal watercraft racing sports promoter founded in 2002. P1 Offshore is an increasingly important brand within the P1 racing family and has staged more than 600 races in 18 countries on four continents to become a leading marine motorsport brand.
Up Lake Adventures
No one knows Lake Powell in northern Arizona quite like Up Lake Adventures’ owner, Bob Reed. Here you can find activities such as Reed’s guided Sea-Doo adventure tour on a new Sea-Doo Fish Pro for a fishing adventure of a lifetime.
Huk - Big Fish Classic
With over 1000 paid out in tournament winnings in 2020, Huk Big Fish Classic follows the tradition to bring the heaviest fish back to the dock after fishing one of the 32 hour Tournament Time Slots.
Official Marine VHF Comms Sponsor for Cruisers University Training
Icom is proud to be an official Marine VHF comms sponsor for Cruisers University training. Cruisers University educates all levels of experience to cultivate confident cruisers. Curriculum addresses a range of cruising topics such as marine weather forecasting, traditional navigation techniques, electronic tablet navigation, diesel maintenance, heavy weather sailing, electrical systems, and more.
Capt. Mark Henderson fishes with his family on the Liquid Fire Fishing Team, which was developed in 2005 out of a love of spending time together on the water and bringing big kings to tournament scales.
Mongo Offshore Challenge
The MONGO Offshore Challenge is a quest to catch the largest blue marlin, swordfish, tuna, wahoo, Mahi of the fishing season. Over five months (May to September), this offshore tournament allows competitors to fish when they want and weigh in at any Gulf Coast MONGO weigh station, in hopes of catching the largest blue marlin, swordfish, tuna, wahoo, Mahi of the season.
A not-for-profit fishing tournament whose mission is to support charter and recreational sport fishing through collaborative information sharing, safety, and the promotion of marine conservation. Profits go toward building reefs off the Manasquan Inlet in New Jersey and are donated to the fishing community.
Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!
A non profit fishing seminar series and occasional tournaments whose mission is to support charter and recreational sport fishing through collaborative information sharing, hands-on skill practice, on-water fishing, safety, and the promotion of marine conservation.
Schooner Harvey Gamage
Schooner Harvey Gamage is a USCG-certified wooden 131’ gaff-rigged topsail schooner and has been educating youth at sea through academically accredited programs since the day she launched in 1973.