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How to Replace Sacrificial Zinc Anodes on Your Boat
Installing sacrificial zincs – and replacing them every year - helps prevent galvanic corrosion on vital metal parts on your boat.
Six Tips for Rewiring Your Boat Trailer
Here are six key tips to make your boat trailer wiring job hold up over time.
Tips For Painting A Boat Deck
Several ways to make your deck a lot less slippery - a smart safety idea for all boaters …
Trailer Tires & What to Consider
There are many things to consider when determining which Trailer Tire is right for your trailer. We are going to discuss the main points that need to be addressed when outfitting your trailer with new Trailer Tires. Should you use Radial or Bias-Ply? Should you use Load range C or Load Range D? Do I have to use an ‘ST’ tire? These are all good questions First off, we will revisit the Radial vs. Bias-Ply debate that was covered in a previous blog, only today’s entry will be much briefer. Radial tires are going to be better suited for highway/high volume usage. This is because they tow better at higher speeds and last longer than a Bias. They also shed heat better, reducing the risk of blow-outs on long hauls. Bias Ply tires…
2004 Cruisers Yachts 370 Express
The Cruisers 370 Express features a sleek express exterior with plenty of cockpit space and a well-thought-out layout, effectively combining above deck comfort with a sweet, performance-driven profile. Powered by T- MerCruiser 8.1L V Drive 370/Each with ONLY 381 hours. With the single stateroom layout, the 370 achieves a wide-open feel. The airy salon is one continuous living space from the forward stateroom to the comfortable aft settee. The 370 is able to comfortably provide sleeping accommodations for five people and has a generous 6-foot, 6-inch headroom. Additionally, the main head features a separate shower stall, in keeping with the idea of maximizing privacy, comfort and ease of use for those living aboard. This boat is fully loaded with no disappointments.
Winter Layup Tips for Your Boat
Here are a few straightforward layup tips to make your life easier come spring commissioning and beyond.
Tech-Tip: Coring Material
Coring Material is a very important step in your fiberglass project. Coring is what takes a sheet of fiberglass and turns it into a solid panel, for decks, boats, and so much more. Coring material …
Boat Fire Extinguishers: Four Myths From the BoatUS Foundation : BoatUS Press Room
ANNAPOLIS, MD, April 19, 2016 – Every spring, the BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water receives questions from boaters about fire extinguishers. To help set the record straight here are four fire extinguisher myths debunked: Myth #1: Tapping or striking the extinguisher keeps…
Top Boat Maintenance Tips
Protect your boat by performing these maintenance tasks.