Crownline Boats – Find Your Hour Meter

The engine hour meter is no longer available on the standard dash of our Crownline Boats.  For confirmation of engine hours you will need to have a mechanic hook up your engine to a computer for an accurate reading of total engine hours or refer to your Raymarine engine readings.   Why Did Crownline Remove the Hour Meter Gauge? The gauge that was in place

Crownline Boats – Find Your Hour Meter2020-03-19T10:41:25-05:00

A Great Boating Tradition – Christen Your Crownline

A Great Boating Tradition has fallen away, and we think it should make a come back!  Christening a boat can be viewed as superstitious or just an excuse to get your friends over to have a good time. Regardless of your views on superstition, it should be as much fun as possible, especially if you’re christening a new Crownline. In this post, we’ll go over

A Great Boating Tradition – Christen Your Crownline2020-03-19T10:41:26-05:00

Visiting Lake Okoboji

Take a trip and Visit Lake Okoboji!  Iowa gets a bad wrap when it comes to boating. Sandwiched between two big boating states, it’s easy to see how people view Iowa as the middle child of Midwest water fun. However, a few particularly fun lake and river communities offer a variety of aquatic options for the Hawkeye State. The most popular of these communities is

Visiting Lake Okoboji2020-03-19T10:41:26-05:00

Boater’s Fuel Saving Guide

Boater's fuel saving guide - Like any fuel-running vehicle, it’s important to know the most efficient and economical way to keep your Crownline gassed up and ready to go. Boating’s about being on the water and having a blast, not about fueling up or waiting in long lines. Follow these suggestions and enjoy saving time and money at the pump, so you can spend more

Boater’s Fuel Saving Guide2020-03-19T10:41:26-05:00
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