BoatUS has surveyed its BoatUS Dispute Resolution files to identify eight trouble spots that boaters needing work done should know.
In my many decades of working on boats, it is quite possible that the most reliable tool i have ever carried is not actually a tool at all; its my little black book.
Thanks to more sophisticated software and lower costs, gyroscopic stabilizers are to be found on more and more boats with each passing year, and Seakeeper can take much of the credit.
Former Technical Editor Steve D'Antonio profiles one of the great marine industry hubs, and better kept secrets, in North America: Seattle's Ballard Neighborhood.
Owners of outboard boats have lived with portable fuel tanks for years, but recent efforts to stop gas fumes from escaping by eliminating the two-way vent is causing new concerns.
Nowadays computers and Internet connectivity have opened the office door to thousands of boaters. Here the Doyles share their own experiences on how to set up an efficient onboard office. Some assembly required.
When a boat offering assistance arrives on the scene, how do you know if the service is a “tow” or a “salvage” job? If you’re ever in doubt, ask the boat’s captain. There could be a big difference in the cost of each service and who will pay the bill, says BoatUS.
VesselVanguard has teamed up with Kadey-Krogen to offer new owners one free year of their popular cloud-based maintenance management software.