A Visit to Madison, Indiana

Madison, Indiana, is an essential stop for Crownline owners who enjoy river boating. This beautiful town sits on the Ohio River and has an incredible collection of well-preserved Federal and Greek Revival buildings dating from the mid-1800’s antebellum period. In 2006, the majority of the downtown area—133 blocks—was designated the largest contiguous National Historic Landmark in the U.S. On the west side of town is

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Boat-Friendly Foods and Recipes

Boat-Friendly Foods and Recipes You and your crew are bound to get hungry during a long excursion on the water. When it comes to on-board meals, it’s best to keep things light. No one wants to get anchored down by heavy or spicy food far out on the lake. The following meals are tasty, perfect-for-summer options that will get you through the day in the

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Electric Shock Drowning

An afternoon swim around a dock can easily become deadly with a killer you can’t see or hear. Protect your family from Electric Shock Drowning (ESD). It’s the silent killer of every boating season, but it can be prevented. ESD can occur when low levels of electric current from nearby boats or dock wiring pass through the water and into a swimmer’s body causing temporary

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5 Fascinating Boating Spots in the US

There are too many incredible boating spots in America for one person to hope to see them all in one lifetime. Wherever you are, you’re never more than a day’s drive from an unforgettable adventure on the water. To help you pick your next boating experience, we’ve compiled a list of five fascinating boating spots in the United States – some of them highly popular

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