Monthly Archives: September 2016

Winterizing Your Boat


There are some places in the U.S. where you never need to winterize your boat. But for most of us, autumn’s arrival means the day is near when you have to store your boat away for the long, cold winter. It might not be fun, but if you winterize your boat properly, you can ensure that [...]

09/23/16 Introducing The New 205 SS


With a stylish design, thoughtful layout and sporty attitude, the new Crownline 205 SS is a great boat for watersports and is perfect for a day of relaxing or socializing on the water. This sporty Crownline is a responsive, top-notch performer built for days spent waterskiing and wakeboarding. It features Crownline’s distinctive Fast Tab® Hull Design, [...]

09/21/16 Review of Crownline’s E4


Thank you, for the review and video of the Crownline E4. For dedicated day-cruisers – who want the kind of luxury and space offered by big pontoon boats, but with more convenience and better performance – deckboats are a great alternative. The Crownline E4, part of the Illinois company’s Eclipse lineup, has many of the [...]

Tips for Boating in the Fall


The end of summer doesn’t mean the end of the boating season. With crisp, cool air, beautiful fall colors and fewer people on the water, autumn might be the best time of year to go boating. However, shorter days and cold water can make for dangerous situations. Here are a few tips on how to stay [...]

09/06/16 Crownline in Great Lakes Boating


We are excited to be featured on the cover of the September/October 2016 issue of Great Lakes Boating Magazine with our 350SY.  In the 4 page article, they review the 350SY, 264CR and Eclipse E6. Check out the article in their online edition of the magazine.

Boater’s Guide: Port Charlotte, FL


PORT CHARLOTTE IS THE KIND OF PLACE YOU DREAM ABOUT WHEN YOU FIRST BUY A BOAT. Located on Florida’s southwest coast, the area is a renowned boating destination thanks to its world-class fishing, beautiful coastline featuring mangroves and pristine beaches, and subtropical weather with almost constant sunshine. Home to Florida’s second-largest open-water estuary and 830 miles [...]