1. How to Prevent Seasickness

    It doesn’t take long for motion sickness to completely ruin a boating experience. Whether it’s you or someone else on the boat, nobody wants to deal with nausea, vomiting, headaches, and cold sweats. Now for the million dollar question: Is there really an effective way to prevent motion sickness…Read More

  2. Interesting Facts About Boats

    Whether you’ve had a boat for a few days or a few decades, it’s never too late to learn more about these vessels. Here are some of the most interesting facts about boats: According to the Encyclopedia Titanica, a man survived the fire and sinking of a ship in 1871. About 40 years later, he decid…Read More

  3. Debunking the Top Boating Myths

    There are countless myths out there when it comes to boating. In this post, we thought it would be good to debunk some of these misconceptions. Here are our top five, as referenced from Boating Magazine: Myth No. 1 - Sailboats always have the right of way     During your early boating years, you …Read More

  4. Snacks to Bring on a Boat

    Think back to the last time you went boating. All of the necessary safety equipment was on board (hopefully). Not to mention, it was a picture-perfect day to be out on the water. But then you remember the one thing that went wrong: you didn’t have any snacks available and everyone on the boat beca…Read More

  5. Must-Have Items for a Day of Boating

    Whether you take your boat out on the water every weekend or just a few times a year, it’s critical to have the essential items onboard. We thought it would be good to use this post as a refresher on what to bring on your next boating journey. Let’s take a look: Boat registration - An easy one, …Read More

  6. What to Know About Florida Boating Regulations

    It’s officially boating season. But before you head out on the water with friends and family, it’s a good idea to review the state’s regulations. Here is a summary of Florida’s more notable boating laws: Vessel Registration The majority of vessels must be registered through the local tax col…Read More

  7. Top Tips to Make Your Boat Sell Faster

    You’ve made countless memories with your boat in recent years. For example, you can’t remember a holiday when your family wasn’t out on the water. The tubing and jet skiing come to mind as well. Unfortunately, the time has come to move on to a newer boat. What should you do with your old boat?…Read More

  8. How to Buy a Boat and Stay Within Budget

    More Americans are buying boats than ever before. According to Jim Gold of Money Talks News, recreational boat ownership has been surging since the end of the Great Recession. The best part? You don’t exactly have to be wealthy to own a boat. The National Marine Manufacturers Association says that…Read More

  9. How to Choose Boat Decking Like a Pro

    Nothing beats spending time out on the water with friends and family. The last few years, though, you’ve completely forgotten about your boat. It’s not like the boat is having engine issues or other major functional problems. The reality is that its flooring is completely unsafe for passengers o…Read More

  10. 10 Tips for New Boaters

    You’ve been wanting a boat for years. But it just never quite worked out financially. Recently, though, you’ve been pinching pennies and saving money whenever possible. It could be that you even set aside a chunk of your tax refund for a boat. The hard work paid off. You were able to turn that d…Read More