If you’ve read any of my articles you know that I am a member of the Barletta team, I own a Barletta, and I spend every possible waking minute on my Barletta with my family. I tell you this because I’ve got a new niece named Lia who will be making her maiden voyage this May.
No one ever wants to think of the boating season coming to an end. Growing up on a lake in northern Indiana, I always knew the fun was coming to an end even before there was a chill in the air.
As a boat owner, you know that keeping the hull clean and clear of marine growth can be a chore. Depending on how long you keep the boat in the water can also make this process more cumbersome as buildup will get worse the longer the boat sits.
Let’s say you’re packing up the car and taking the kids to Florida for Spring Break. Maybe you’ve had enough of the northern weather and you’re headed to the west coast to live by the sea. Either way, there’s a potential you will want to be on the water.
The season we’ve all been waiting for, especially here at the Barletta factory in Bristol, Indiana. Summer is knocking at the door and we couldn’t be more thrilled. There is a buzz among our team this time of year because it means we finally get to put boats in the water.
If you’re in the market for a new pontoon boat or have considered purchasing a Barletta, you might have questions regarding the warranty. As a consumer myself, I’m going to guess that you’ve not read all of the fine print that’s come your way when purchasing a large item in the past.
Over the winter Joe decided to take his family to the local boat show just to browse the latest selection of this year’s lineup. As if getting out of the house on a cold February day wasn’t fun enough, Joe set his sights on what would become the family’s new favorite pastime.