Boating with a Baby or Toddler

Some people believe Boating with a Baby or Toddler isn't worth the trouble. In fact, it is just the opposite: when they’re young is the best time to sow the seeds for a lifetime of boating enjoyment. Yes, boating with a baby has its challenges, and it can be even more challenging with a mobile toddler. But there are steps you can take to make

Boating with a Baby or Toddler2017-10-04T09:33:13-05:00

Make Great Wakeboard Videos

Wakeboarding and making videos go hand in hand. If you’re like most wakeboarders, when you’re not out riding a wake, you’re watching YouTube videos of people doing the same thing. Whether you want to show off your moves, entice friends to join you on the water or just capture memories to look back on, you’d probably like to make your own exciting wakeboarding videos.

Make Great Wakeboard Videos2017-10-04T09:34:06-05:00

Great Lakes for Wakeboarding

You probably have your favorite wakeboarding lake, but sometimes it’s nice to have a change of scenery. If you’re ready to experience a new lake, here are 10 of the country’s best for wakeboarding. Lake Powell, Utah and Arizona – With 667 miles of shoreline, Lake Powell is the second-largest manmade reservoir in the U.S. It gets more than two million visitors each year, but

Great Lakes for Wakeboarding2017-10-04T10:21:57-05:00

E29 XS Boating Magazine Cover Story

Read all about it!  Boating Magazine reviews the E29 XS, and we love what they have to say. Here’s a preview of the article: THE CROWNLINE  PACKS A CROWD YET HANDLES LIKE A CLASSIC SPORTS CAR. The new Crownline E29 XS is a thoroughly modern boat, but operating it evokes memories of driving a vintage Mustang convertible: It can flex like a muscle car, but

E29 XS Boating Magazine Cover Story2017-10-04T10:35:34-05:00

Why We’re Crownies…..

There’s something special about Crownline boaters. FOR CROWNIES, OUR BOATS ARE MORE THAN JUST SOMETHING WE DRIVE ON THE WATER—THEY’RE PART OF WHO WE ARE. Spend some time talking with Crownies, and you begin to learn about the extraordinary ways they appreciate and enjoy their Crownline boats. There’s the boater who was concerned with how a new wax would work on his Crownline, so he

Why We’re Crownies…..2017-07-06T12:53:50-05:00

Tips for Boating in Rough Water

We have some important tips for Boating in Rough Water.  As boaters, we live for sunny skies and gorgeous weather. But if you spend enough time on the water, you’ll eventually find yourself out in an unexpected storm and boating in rough water. It’s not a matter of “if”— it’s a matter of “when.” So when the wind and waves kick up, it’s important to

Tips for Boating in Rough Water2019-02-12T15:58:07-06:00

Why Do We Love Boating?

This is the season of love, a time of year when we celebrate our relationships with those we adore. While some people are buying chocolates and flowers for the special love in their lives, maybe you’re buying are a new bilge pump and bottom paint. You see, if you’re like many of us, your dreamboat is an actual . . . well, boat. Think about

Why Do We Love Boating?2017-07-06T13:23:14-05:00

Crownline’s Popular 285 SS

For those who want a boat that can be a place to relax under the sun, comfortably hang out with friends and can provide the thrill of water sports, there’s the Crownline 285 Super Sport. One of Crownline’s most popular boats, the 285 SS is a large runabout that is sleek, stylish and sporty while also being comfortable, roomy and packed with smart, luxurious features.

Crownline’s Popular 285 SS2017-07-06T13:27:28-05:00

Tips on Boating with Your Dog

You love spending time with your dog, and your dog loves spending time with you. So why leave your pooch home when you go boating? Many boaters love to bring their dogs boating. IF YOU WANT TO BRING YOUR DOG ON THE WATER, HERE ARE A FEW TIPS TO KEEP IN MIND. Get your dog a lifejacket. Your dog might be a good swimmer when

Tips on Boating with Your Dog2017-07-06T13:38:16-05:00

5 Boating Etiquette Tips

 NO BOATER WANTS TO BE KNOWN AS “THAT GUY.” You know the one: the guy other boaters grumble about and don’t like because he carelessly speeds past, jolting other boats with his wake. Or he selfishly takes his time at the boat ramp while a line of other boaters are waiting to hit the water. But there’s no reason to be “That Guy.” It’s easy

5 Boating Etiquette Tips2018-01-23T11:08:17-06:00
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