Boaters University offers unique opportunity to learn about marine diesels from the inside out.
Each type of marine refrigeration system has its advantages and disadvantages, depending on how you use your boat. Read this before you make a decision.
Got a few drink-holder-sized holes in your steering console that need patching? Or a spot where an antiquated plotter used to be that needs filling in?
Repowering is not to be taken lightly, but with some expert help and good advice a fine old boat can run like new. Learn more here.
Feeling more vibration on board than you are used to? A prop issue? Well, unless you’ve hit something recently, or run the old girl aground, it’s possible you have bad isolation mounts.
Hoist it, flip it, or stow it. Dealing with your tender can be a pain in the transom, but you can improve things. Here's how.
Could this be the bilge-pump system of the future? The standard bilge-pump system has stood the test of time, but the times they are a-changin’—and that doesn’t suck.
If your inboard(s) should fail, you have a very important--and potentially costly--decision to make. We help you decide if you should repair, rebuild, or remanufacture them.