Many people either own or are aware of the extended warranties associated with cars, but not everyone is aware that they’re also available for boats. While to some degree auto warranties have a shaky rap (though this should be seen on a case by case basis), it’s worth seeing if an extended warranty for a […]
Motion sickness is something we hear about all the time in our industry, but people get motion sick all the time, when put in motion in a boat, car, airplane or even roller coaster. Medically, motion sickness is a result of your brain experiencing temporary balance and sensory confusion. The vestibular system of the inner […]
Our friends at SavvyBoater.com shared this great infographic with us about 6 reasons you need a boat cover. Here’s their description: Conscientious boat owners realize the importance of putting their watercraft to bed for winter. Failure to winterize your boat can result in a host of maintenance problems – and ultimately can shorten the life of […]
If there’s one thing we all love, it’s the water. Whether you’re out on your boat, taking a shower, drinking from a water bottle, or watering your plants, water plays a vital role in our lives and we certainly would be in trouble without access to this necessary resource. August is National Water Quality Month, […]
With environmental concern on the rise, green products and practices are high in demand. Consumers constantly look for items that are both clean and cost-efficient. When it comes to transportation, there is a plethora of information about cars. When it comes to boats, perhaps not so much is available. Fortunately, a number of steps can […]
This is our last infographic post for this series! Sure, the water is fun, but you have to come out eventually. Here are some tips on how to quickly and efficiently get your boat out of the water. For more information on boating safety visit www.BOATERexam.com.
Personal Flotation Devices are extremely important to wear when boating. Previously we posted a story about a gentleman who said his life was saved because he was wearing a life jacket. Do you have an appropriate PFD? For more information on boating safety visit www.BOATERexam.com.
What do you do if you’re meeting a power-driven vessel head on? What if there is an obstruction? For more information on boating safety visit www.BOATERexam.com.
After giving your boat a safety check out of water, the next step is to launch it. Although it can be done alone, it often is easier with two or more people. For more information on boating safety visit www.BOATERexam.com.