Making the decision to purchase a boat is a fun one. Being on a boat is an exhilarating feeling. Boats can be used for many different types of activities, such as fishing or just plain relaxing. As a boat owner, you are likely proud of the vessel you bought and will use it to its full potential. The more you use your boat, the more likely it is to need maintenance. In order to keep your boat performing and looking its best, here are five tips that will keep your boat performing the best it can.
The headliner (could be for your car or for your boat) literally covers the inner portion of your overhead area. Usually, the material used for installation is either vinyl or carpet. It gives a significant influence on the look and space of the place, offers safety, better visual navigation and gives a cozy atmosphere any time of the year. Therefore, when your headliner … [Read more...]
The Great Outdoors
It is with good reason that the USA has a reputation for the Great Outdoors, perfect for hiking and camping. With 50 states spanning six time-zones and with a dazzling array of geography and scenery, it can almost feel overwhelming trying to pick your ideal destination. So, here are ten of the best to mull over and keep you a happy camper Stateside.
I do not really believe that inboard is better than outboard motors or vice versa. Each one offers an advantage and disadvantage for a boat owner. Therefore, when you are comparing inboard VS. outboard motors, it would be easy to choose if you know your need.
It all depends on what you like, the kind of boat you own and the activities you plan to do. These three (3) factors are a big help to determine what to pick. Whenever I decide on buying something, I note down the reasons why I need to purchase it.
Do you have your list too?
I am thrilled for my next outdoor trip. Fishing from shore is now getting boring. I admit I get a bit jealous to see my friends catching more fish on their boats.
This time, I will try it for real. I have saved enough bucks to spend for an inflatable boat or a mini pontoon. Anyway, I am looking for the best small outboard motor to power it up.
I have done my research and found out that almost all of them have comparable features, got the insignificant difference in weight and even looks the same for me. I only need a motor that is suitable for my camping and fishing trip. Something lightweight so as not to drag me down, but powerful enough to give me an excellent fishing cruise.
Do you want to see what I got?