Monthly Archives: October 2016

10/27/16 Attractive, Sporty Crownline 215 SS

2017-06-21T10:21:48+00:00

With its stylish, sleek profile, Crownline’s 215 SS is a strikingly attractive boat. But its looks don’t tell the whole story. Take a deeper look at this super sport and you’ll find it has the substance to match its style. The F.A.S.T Tab hull, comfortable seating and layout, obsessive attention to detail and abundance of amenities [...]

10/20/16 Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

2017-06-21T10:00:17+00:00

Carbon monoxide is odorless, tasteless and it can be extremely deadly. Every year, carbon monoxide poisoning claims the lives of several boaters while sickening many others. Statistics from the Center for Disease Control show that more than 800 boating-related carbon monoxide poisonings have occurred since 2000, with more than 140 deaths. A buildup of carbon monoxide [...]

10/19/16 Boating Magazine E1 XS Review

2017-06-21T10:18:13+00:00

CROWNLINE’S E1 XS OFFERS AN OUTSTANDING RIDE AND EXCELLENT FIT AND FINISH. By Charles Plueddeman October 19, 2016 Boating Magazine had some great things to say about our E1 XS.  Here are a few of the high points of the article, but you can read the whole review here. The new Crownline E1 XS is another [...]

10/13/16 Try Boatgating Before the Game

2017-06-21T10:35:30+00:00

FORGET TAILGATING – WE PREFER BOATGATING! Tailgating before a game is a beloved tradition in American sports. But at many stadiums, the traditional pre-game tailgating from your car or truck is just one option. A number of sports stadiums are near water, including pro football stadiums like Heinz Field in Pittsburgh and Soldier’s Field in Chicago, pro baseball [...]

Tips to Extend Your Boating Season

2017-08-04T10:54:20+00:00

Unless you are a boater lucky enough to live in a place like Florida or southern California, you probably find that your boating season is frustratingly short. After all, who wouldn’t want to squeeze in as much boating time as they can? Each year, some boaters fight the cold weather. They can be found still cruising [...]