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 ear sends messages to your brain about your body’s position, but constant change of your body’s position contradicts the information relayed by your eyes. Eventually, most people adjust to their unnatural environment, once the brain determines that the confused sensory signals are now the norm. However, dealing with nausea, cold sweats, drowsiness, and other symptoms can be a real pain, which is why we have provided a few tips for you to knock out your sea sickness. Continue reading “Dealing with Seasickness”
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A pontoon boat is great for fishing, family outings, and parties. No longer looking as if they were built for your grandpa and his fishing buddies, today’s pontoon boats offer smooth rides and sleek finishes. The purchase of such a boat can be a significant recreational investment, but make sure you know all you can about pontoon boats before you buy. Use the following to help you make an informed decision:
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