Top 5 States for Winter Boating Surviving the winter without boating is tough. The unfortunate state of being for most boaters is that at least 25 percent of the year is wasted due to ice and cold weather. However, a large portion of the country is still open for boating and a perfect setting for a winter getaway. Look, this has
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As the Holidays fast approach, we here at Crownline are thankful for the perseverance, determination and health of our customers and employees. We’re looking forward to 2021 and are optimistic about what the new year will bring. However, before 2021 begins, the time has come to pick up some gifts for your loved ones. We’ve comprised a list of our favorite items
Crownline Thanksgiving 2020 Like almost everything else, Thanksgiving is going to look a little different in 2020. Massive family celebrations have become a risk on top of being a welcome reunion with loved ones. Gathering indoors is now dangerous, especially with shared food, and older people are especially at risk to COVID-19. All in all, it’s a terrible situation. Fortunately, in some parts
Bar Harbor is one of those classic boating locations that seems to be ingrained in American culture. It’s an old school boating location that dates back to 1796 and is situated between Frenchman Bay and Acadia National Park. Perfect for your Crownline or Finseeker, you’ll love this idyllic coastal area. Bar Harbor seems to have it all: vintage Northeastern accents, a National Park, great boating,
Happy Valentine’s Day! It’s the perfect time to head out on your Crownline! Here are a few boating date ideas for you and your Valentine. If you’re too far north to enjoy the water today, remember to hang on to this list for the warmer months ahead. Plan a Dinner Cruise Simple, elegant and unforgettable, a dinner date night is easy with Crownline’s grilling stations
Halloween—the time of year when people celebrate the scary, delight in the dismal, and appreciate the unexpected. It’s not for everyone, but plenty of people are enamored with the holiday, especially in the boating industry. There are loads of Halloween boating events all over the country that include creepy cruises and haunted tours. But today, we’re highlighting some of the most mysterious, unearthly, spine-chilling boating