Summer is back and the excitement of the boating season has returned. Through the excitement, there’s always a bit of panic the first time something goes wrong out on the water. And that’s where we’re there to help.
Deciding on what brand and type of boat you want can be a daunting task. With the many boat manufacturers that exist today, it’s not always easy to know which is best for you. If you’ve done your research and narrowed down the boat you want to buy, there are a few details you still have to work out.
Is it time to say goodbye to your current boat and upgrade to a newer one? If so, you’ve found yourself in the right place. When you purchased your first boat, you may not have known exactly what it is you were looking for. Now that you’re experienced, your taste might have changed.
Every year the number of injuries caused by boats increases. With the rising number, the majority of injuries caused by boats can be directly linked to lack of safety training. The total number of people on the water without any formal education in boaters' safety accounts for a large number of these injuries.
I’m sure you’ve seen list upon list of what is suggested to take on the boat with you. From safety items to miscellaneous floats and tubes. The lists never seem to end. With all these ideas of what to take with you on the boat, have you ever thought about what you should leave at home?
Learning about all the different kinds of boats can be quite overwhelming. As there are so many different boats out there, how do you know which will be best for you and your family? That’s why you’re here. To learn about these different kinds of boats and understand which is the best fit.