Hull cleaning can be thought of as the boat owner’s equivalent to mowing your yard. No matter how much you want to put it off, or how busy you are, your grass is going to grow and the higher it gets, the longer it will take to mow when you finally do get around to doing it.
Every boat owner has experienced the frustration of an inoperable system aboard their boat, whether it is an engine that won’t start, a dead battery, or any one of the many issues that keep boaters from enjoying their time on the water.
Knowing how to launch a boat on a trailer is a skill no one is born with. It’s that part of every boating trip that no one really likes and can be difficult for even experienced boat owners.
There’s a popular saying among boaters that there’s nothing more expensive than a free boat. Free or not, boat ownership costs are an important factor in deciding which boat is right for you, or if boat ownership is the right option.
Let’s face it, cleaning your boat after a long day on the water can be an exhausting and time consuming task. In this article we take a look at 10 easy to implement boat cleaning hacks that will save you time and money, and keep your boat looking great
As a new boat owner there are a lot of things to do to properly care for your boat. When it comes to boat detailing, you may be asking yourself, is it even necessary? How often should I have my boat detailed?
There isn’t a boat owner out there who hasn’t wished their boat had more storage space. From the required safety and maintenance gear we keep aboard, to gear for fishing, diving, and all the other things we use our boats for, it quickly adds up.
Finding a local marine mechanic for your boat is an important first step in boat ownership. The right marine mechanic will make boat ownership enjoyable for years to come, the wrong one – well let’s just say you’ll quickly find yourself wishing you’d kept renting boats from the local boat club.
Considering purchasing a new boat, or maybe you’re a new boat owner? If so you’ve probably had someone tell you that B.O.A.T stands for “break out another thousand”. This common expression among boaters provides a little levity to offset the financial sting of the many unexpected costs that come with boat ownership.
One of the unfortunate realities of boat ownership is that boat thieves exist. While boat theft is uncommon in most regions of the US, thieves can make boat ownership a nightmare in certain parts, forcing boat owners to spend time and money to protect their boat from theft.