Keep these practical nuggets in your mental toolbox
for when the do-it-yourself spirit takes hold.
Company recently purchased a new trailer that can handle boats with a beam of up to 32 feet in the Chesapeake.
New location will haul and service boats up to 60 feet and 65 tons.
Like the proverbial tail wagging the dog, a $50 solenoid can stop a $3,000 windlass from raising the anchor or prevent the engine from starting. Knowing how these simple devices work may save your cruise.