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CROWNLINE BOATS PRESS RELEASE – ECLIPSE E27

2017-10-16T15:37:12+00:00

  Introducing Crownline’s newest crossover sterndrive, the Eclipse E27.  This versatile boat contradicts the typical style and performance you expect when you think “deckboat”.  Crownline’s design team created a deck that maximizes every square inch with all the attributes needed for comfort and entertainment. Then, they melded this beautifully functional deck with Crownline’s proven F.A.S.T. Tab® [...]

The Comfortable & Stylish E26 XS

2017-10-04T10:13:13+00:00

With a spacious layout filled with comfortable seating and a design built for both style and outstanding performance, Crownline’s attractive E26 XS is an ideal boat for enjoying an afternoon with friends on the water. Heartland Boating was spot on when they described the E6 XS (now the E26XS) as having “a sleek, go-fast look and also [...]

Tips for Boating in Rough Water

2017-10-04T10:41:20+00:00

As boaters, we live for sunny skies and gorgeous weather. But if you spend enough time on the water, you’ll eventually find yourself out in an unexpected storm and boating in rough water. It’s not a matter of “if”— it’s a matter of “when.” So when the wind and waves kick up, it’s important to know [...]

Revolutionary Hull Design

2017-10-04T10:45:48+00:00

When you drive your Crownline boat over the water on a warm, sunny day, towing a friend on a wakeboard or zipping off to your favorite beach, you’re not thinking about science. But that ride you’re enjoying is born from some of the most cutting-edge science in the boating industry. Crownline’s patented F.A.S.T. TAB® Hull Design [...]

Tips on Boating with Your Dog

2017-07-06T13:38:16+00:00

You love spending time with your dog, and your dog loves spending time with you. So why leave your pooch home when you go boating? Many boaters love to bring their dogs boating. IF YOU WANT TO BRING YOUR DOG ON THE WATER, HERE ARE A FEW TIPS TO KEEP IN MIND. Get your dog a [...]

5 Boating Etiquette Tips

2017-07-06T13:44:04+00:00

 NO BOATER WANTS TO BE KNOWN AS “THAT GUY.” You know the one: the guy other boaters grumble about and don’t like because he carelessly speeds past, jolting other boats with his wake. Or he selfishly takes his time at the boat ramp while a line of other boaters are waiting to hit the water. But [...]