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Charging Your Boat Batteries
Marine batteries, no matter the type, respond to charging in different ways, and using the right battery charger in the proper way will help preserve the life of your boat's batteries...
Wearing a PFD
Having spent more hours than I can count running rental boats on "Kab" with the mandatory life jackets on board -- but never donning one. After all, I had earned a Water Safety Instructor badge...
Why Slow Down? Some Tips for Vacation Road Warriors
Ever since the price of gas started to really climb, I have concentrated ever harder on finding ways to make that gallon of gas go just a bit further…  
Lightning on the Lake
Of course thunderstorms are, in and of themselves, a significant natural hazard, with the capability of producing things like...
In a Hurry to Get There? 10 Tips to Help Your Fuel Economy
And speaking of unpleasant, consider the current price of gasoline, now fast approaching...
GPS and Finding Your Way Home
However, in order to really know where one is, one absolutely must know two very important pieces of information in order to know position...
Towing, Trailering and Tires
I just came back from my annual spring fishing trip to Minnesota and I gotta say that every year I get a little bit more nervous as I trailer my boat 600 miles in each direction.  The reason is simple...
Boat Batteries
Most of us take our boat batteries for granted, in much the same manner as we do our car batteries.  I used to do that.  I thought that an occasional blast from a charger would be enough to do the trick...

Note: Due to the amount of traffic on this page and the number of e-mails on boat batteries, I've decided to post some of the questions and answers on a new page.  I hope you find this information helpful! 
Insuring Your Boat
When I bought my first boat, a friend asked me if I knew that a boat was defined as a hole in the water, into which I would be throwing a lot of money.  I chuckled... Read more
  Recommended Equipment
There are certain things that every boat should have onboard before you even consider connecting the trailer to you car. Sure, most of them are required by law... 
A Few Knots to Know Before You Go...
Knot tying is part of the practice of what is known as marlinspike seamanship – the general knowledge of knots and the care of rope...
The Importance of Navigational Aids
In 1998, more than 800 lives were lost as a result of recreational boating accidents in the U.S. and its territories...  
Getting Ready for Winter
Take some time now to “winterize” your boat so that you can sit beside a winter’s fire and enjoy memories and pictures of last summer’s vacation and rest assured that your boat will be ready next spring when you are.
Getting Ready for Spring
Most of us are antsy to get our boats back in the water.  But the important question is: is your boat really ready to be “on the water”? I’m guessing that it’s not. And the reason is...

 

 

 

 

 

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