Use the off-season (or a few off weekends) to improve your boat. Here are four projects you can start right away.
Talking about windows on boats, there’s a lot to consider. Will the new ones hold up and be easy to maintain? Know the ins and outs of what’s available, and see why the crew on one project chose replacement windows from Vetus. Check out the whole project here.
New carpeting may not be high on your priority list. But if you look at your boat’s interior it could really help it all together, and it may be a treat for your feet that won’t hurt your wallet if you follow this advice. See our expert tips here.
Could your generator be dying a quiet death? Maybe, if your hushbox is keeping you from proper troubleshooting challenges. Have a look at what Power & Propulsion columnist Richard Thiel thinks. Read his thoughts here.
Don’t live with dirty, stained gelcoat. Spruce it up easily by choosing the right cleaners and sealants.
Running aground is no fun. But there are ways to minimize the damage to your boat and her running gear. Do the right thing and you’ll save time and expense. See how to manage your next grounding here.
Inspecting your boat’s exhaust system now might save your engine later. Or your life.
Choosing the right yard can keep your boat in tip-top shape, and save you money, too.