12 Boating Safety Tips for Memorial Day Weekend—and Beyond

12 Boating Safety Tips for Memorial Day Weekend—and Beyond More people (newbies included) may be hitting the water this weekend than ever before. Here's how to stay safe while having fun out there. SOURCE: PASSAGEMAKER NEWSWIRE MAY 24, 2021 With new and used boat sales soaring to record highs in 2020 to first-time boat buyers, boating safety stakeholders are taking extra measures to communicate

12 Boating Safety Tips for Memorial Day Weekend—and Beyond2022-05-27T06:32:01-05:00

How to Start Boating: Breaking Down Barriers

How to Start Boating: Breaking Down Barriers Original article from DiscoverBoating.com "How do I start boating?"—it's a question that's often asked by many beginners at their initial discovery of the boating lifestyle. Many different issues can keep someone from becoming a boater, but the barriers you face are often a lot easier to overcome than you might think. The word “but” comes up a

How to Start Boating: Breaking Down Barriers2022-05-19T16:03:32-05:00

Spring Boating: 3 Ways to Prepare for Launch

Spring Boating: 3 Ways to Prepare for Launch Is it possible that summer gets too much credit? Sure, it’s when the sun shines the brightest and the weather is the warmest, but spring comes right after winter—which means spring is the most-anticipated boating season of the year. Especially in regions where winter snow and cold means no boating at all, spring boating is the

Spring Boating: 3 Ways to Prepare for Launch2022-03-10T16:23:37-06:00

Get Your Boat Cabin Ready for Winter

As winter sets in, now is the time to make sure your boat’s cabin is ready for frigid temperatures. Cabins can get musty and moldy if not properly cared for over the winter months. To set yourself up for great spring boating, follow these tips. REMOVE OLD FOOD AND LIQUIDS Lower temperatures mean frozen liquids. Remove anything that could freeze, especially liquids in glass

Get Your Boat Cabin Ready for Winter2021-11-18T13:03:23-06:00
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