How to Launch Your Boat with Precision

It’s a beautiful day and the lake is calling. You’ve trailered to the launch point, but now comes the tricky part. Follow these steps to a smooth, safe and efficient boat launch.   1. INSPECT THE LAUNCH Look at the ramp for any submerged hazards, sharp drop-offs or algae-covered slippery spots.   2. INSPECT THE BOAT Test-start the engine while your boat is still on

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“Crownline’s E23 XS offers aggressive handling with the looks to match.”

See the review on our NEW E23 XS by Boating Magazine!         Put aside the style and the long list of standards and remember this: ­Crownline’s E23 XS is pure fun to drive. Sure, our test boat’s whisper-quiet Mercury 250 Verado had something to do with it, but the true magic is in Crownline’s F.A.S.T. Tab hull. The design vents the chines in

“Crownline’s E23 XS offers aggressive handling with the looks to match.”2020-03-19T10:42:13-05:00

CROWNLINE BOATS PRESS RELEASE – ECLIPSE E27

  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® hull design (think on-water sports car) for a responsive,

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CROWNLINE BOATS PRESS RELEASE – ECLIPSE E23 XS

CROWNLINE BOATS PRESS RELEASE – ECLIPSE E23 XS  Escape to the calmness and serenity of the water on the exciting new Crownline Eclipse E23 XS outboard, built for guaranteed hours of relaxation and fun all summer long!  The highly successful release of its sister boat, the E23 sterndrive, led to the production of this innovative outboard version.  Intelligently designed and loaded up with amenities that

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 CROWNLINE BOATS PRESS RELEASE – ECLIPSE E23

 The nimble, performance-tuned bowrider unites with the roomy, feature-filled deckboat for your best on-water experience, ever.  The unique nature of Crownline’s Eclipse series brings the best of two boating worlds together, resulting in the exciting, all new E23!  This Crownline crossover model retains the well-known, distinctively sexy Crownline profile, and is built on Crownline’s F.A.S.T. Tab® hull for enhanced maneuverability, adrenaline-building performance, and an overall

 CROWNLINE BOATS PRESS RELEASE – ECLIPSE E232020-03-19T10:42:14-05:00

Boat Towing – A step by step guide

Towing a boat can seem like a daunting task. But follow this step-by-step guide, and you’ll be on the road and into the water in no time.   Perform a safety inspection. Make sure the trailer is properly hitched, cables are attached correctly, lights are working properly, safety cables and chains are crossed and wrapped to support the hitch, and the bow strap and safety

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Crownline Boats Press Release – E25

 History has proven the overwhelming success of Crownline’s popular Eclipse series.  Crownline’s design and engineering team captured the sleek, sexiness of the SS bowrider series and incorporated the functionality and convenience of the family-friendly deckboat to create a crossover style boat that is both beautiful and diverse.  The newest addition to the Eclipse series is the all-new 25’ 3” E25 and it is truly impressive,

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Tying Up Your Boat

You’ve managed to dock without injuring your boat, someone else’s boat, the dock, or any passengers—congratulations! Now all you need to do is make sure it stays put. There are four types of dock lines: Bow lines—to keep the bow from moving side to side Breast lines—to keep the boat from moving away from the dock Spring lines—to keep the boat from moving forward and

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