As boaters, we like to focus on the “fun” aspects of boating – the thrill of speeding over the water, having a beautiful cove to yourself, or a great day spent waterskiing or tubing. When it comes to something that’s not fun – like lifejackets – we often give it little thought, instead just grabbing something that meets basic requirements and then stowing it away.
Every once and a while we have the pleasure of welcoming a new dealer into the Crownline fold. One of our latest editions is The Boat House, with locations throughout Wisconsin, Illinois and Florida. They’re not only a top 100 dealership (as determined by Boating Industry), but also the #1 inboard dealer in the entire Midwestern region. We caught up with Jesse Gaengel (President of
Crownline’s Eclipse XS outboard series, designed with all of the innovative features of the exceedingly popular Eclipse sterndrive series, has just expanded. The latest addition to Crownline’s XS line is the new E1 XS. This new 21’ 2” boat has a 102” beam and is loaded up with features that guarantee hours of on-water fun. The standard double hull band / middle deck band gelcoat
Of all the great experiences available to boaters, one of the best has to be the opportunity to anchor in some quiet cove where you can enjoy your surroundings, go for a swim or picnic on a secluded beach. But there’s more to anchoring than just dropping your hook somewhere. Follow these tips to avoid problems when anchoring. Do Research. Choose your anchorage beforehand using
The Crownline E1 is a feat of engineering. At 20’6”, it encompasses the distinct features that set the Eclipse series apart from the pack, and that our passionate repeat customers have come to love. It is pretty incredible that Crownline’s engineers have managed to fit so many standard features into this Eclipse boat. These features include the spacious, J-shape cockpit seating, comfortable with plenty of