A Guide to Wakesurfing Wakesurfing season is about to kick off and it’s never been a better time to learn a new skill. Here’s a step-by-step guide to get you started. Choose the Right Boat Finding the right boat is paramount to a stellar wakesurfing experience. Fortunately, Crownline has a full line of incredible models that are perfect for wakesurfing. The Surf Series—including the Crownline
One of the best aspects of owning a Crownline is that you can catch, prep, cook and eat a fish all from the decadent comfort of your boat. Thanks to Crownline’s impressive kitchenettes, you’re able to harness every aspect of your fishing and cooking abilities. With the weather looking incredible over the next few weeks, now is the time to get some practice in before
A Visit to Navajo Lake, New Mexico With spring in full swing, now is a great time to start thinking about vacationing with your Crownline. Obviously, this summer is different from others, but boating is still available in almost every state and is a great way to get out and enjoy the world. Today, we’re visiting Navajo Lake in New Mexico. Known for its scenic
Water Skiing season is a month or so away from tipping off and people are itching to break out their boats. Before you dip your skis in the water, it’s important to map out your next crownline vacation. Why not target some of the best water skiing lakes in the world? Here are our picks for the top seven water skiing spots in the US.
Fog is a big nuisance to boaters. Beyond annoying, fog is dangerous and leads to a surprising number of accidents every year. As a general rule, it’s best to avoid operating your Crownline in foggy conditions. Of course, that’s easier said than done when an unpredictable weather pattern catches you off guard. If you’re stuck on the water in fog, follow these tips to keep
Winter Boat Maintenance is important to extend the life of your boat. Winter is a tough season for boaters. The days drag on as you long for that first launch. But, try thinking of winter as an investment period for your boat; the pre-season, if you will. If you put in the work now, it will definitely pay off in the spring. Winter is the perfect
Saltwater boating is thrilling, adventurous and immersive. The feeling of braving the ocean in your own boat is both humbling and empowering. Saltwater boating is so intoxicating that humans have been fascinated the great blue frontier for thousands of years, with countless works of art depicting daring deep-sea adventures. If you’re a Crownline owner who loves saltwater boating, here is a handy list of maintenance
Looking for the Best Water Bottles and Tumblers? When you’re cruising in your Crownline, it’s absolutely necessary to bring water, coffee or other drinks along. Trust us, you don’t want to get dehydrated during a long day on the lake. Fortunately, we’ve packed a ton of storage space and cup holders into all of our boats, so you have no excuse not to bring some refreshments
Boating in a storm is never a great situation, but it’s sometimes unavoidable. You can typically escape bad weather by paying attention to the forecasts, radar and emergency broadcasts, but you never really know what’s going to happen. Bad weather can come out of nowhere, so it’s important to be prepared when you’re caught in adverse conditions. Here’s our quick guide to weathering the storm.
It’s always smart to notify someone when you’re going out boating. It’s the safe and responsible thing to do. Letting a friend or family member know when and where you plan to go helps rescue efforts in an emergency. For short excursions, a verbal heads-up is all you need. For longer cruises—especially overnights—it’s imperative that you fill out a formal Float Plan. A Float Plan