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  • Recognizing the Importance of a Boat Cup Holder
    Recognizing the Importance of a Boat Cup Holder

    Nothing beats sipping a drink while drifting through the water. The boat cup holder can make this experience even more enjoyable. In this guide, we'll help you navigate the world of boat cup holders so you can make an informed selection and choose the best one for your boat.

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  • Choosing the Right Ladder for Your Boat
    Choosing the Right Ladder for Your Boat

    When it comes to boat ladders there are several options. It's crucial to understand the types available in order to choose the one that suits your needs.

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  • Choosing the Best Boat Grab Handles
    Choosing the Best Boat Grab Handles

    Having the right boat grab handles is essential, for a secure boating adventure. In this guide, we'll delve into the importance of selecting the correct boat grab handles and offer insights to aid you in making an educated decision.

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  • Explore the Best Boat Rod Holders
    Explore the Best Boat Rod Holders

    Are you an angler seeking to elevate your fishing outings? Whether you're a beginner or an experienced pro having the gear is essential. One crucial piece of equipment that often goes unnoticed is the boat rod holder. These simple invaluable tools can greatly enhance the convenience and enjoyment of your fishing adventures. In this guide, we will present you with a selection of boat rod holders that can significantly elevate your fishing abilities.

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  • A Guide to Choosing the Right Boat Cleat
    A Guide to Choosing the Right Boat Cleat

    Cleats may appear to be insignificant features on your boat, but they serve an important function in ensuring safe and secure docking. The appropriate boat cleats can make a big difference in your boating experience. We'll help you navigate the sea of alternatives and choose the best boat cleat for your unique needs in this guide.

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  • A Complete Guide to Marine Hinges
    A Complete Guide to Marine Hinges

    A type of hinge made specifically for use in marine environments is known as a marine hinge. They are built to withstand the harsh conditions of saltwater and continuous exposure to moisture using materials that are resistant to corrosion and rust.

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  • Beginner's Guide to Kayak Fishing
    Beginner's Guide to Kayak Fishing

    Are you ready to fish from a kayak? One of the most exciting and satisfying fishing methods, kayaking allows you to get to completely inaccessible places on foot or by motorboat. Do you like to explore? Kayaking allows you to paddle to those pristine corners where the fish are most likely to feed. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced kayaker, here are some tips to help you make the most of your time on the water.

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  • Smaller Sailboat vs Bigger Sailboat
    Smaller Sailboat vs Bigger Sailboat

    A small sailboat allows you to satisfy your need for adrenaline on longer passages as well as explore quiet nearby islands with your family. With a bigger sailboat, you can sail farther, more comfortably, and take more people with you.

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  • Buying the Right Outboard Engine
    Buying the Right Outboard Engine

    If you're interested in buying a boat engine that you plan to use for a long time, it's good to focus on models from reputable, reliable brands. It is important to choose one with the right power to benefit from an optimal balance between consumption, comfort, and speed.

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  • Two-stroke vs Four-stroke Outboard Engines
    Two-stroke vs Four-stroke Outboard Engines

    Before you buy a boat engine, it is important to know the differences between the two technologies. The most common internal combustion engines on the market are characterized by the repetition of an engine cycle consisting of four phases: intake, compression, combustion and expansion, and exhaust.

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  • How to Maintain Your Outboard Engine
    How to Maintain Your Outboard Engine

    Today we're going to talk a little bit about outboard engine maintenance. We will present some easy-to-follow tips that will ensure proper operation in the long run. We have already talked about the impeller and the importance of proper outboard engine cooling, but we feel the need to highlight the issue a little more. All manufacturers insist that the impeller be changed at least 100 hours or once a year. This rotor wears out, breaks, dulls, and loses its elasticity, factors that prevent the...

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  • How to Winterize Your Outboard Engine
    How to Winterize Your Outboard Engine

    Winter will pass and we will once again have the opportunity to enjoy the sound of the engine, the smell of the water, and getting out in nature with friends. In order to truly enjoy the beginning of the season, the equipment we use must be working properly. To keep the outboard engine working properly for as many seasons as possible, we need to dedicate a few hours to it in preparation for winter storage. Although it is best to follow the instructions in your owner's manual, below we will...

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  • How to Change the Water Pump Impeller of Outboard Engines
    How to Change the Water Pump Impeller of Outboard Engines

    In this article, we will talk about what it is and how to change the impeller of the water pump of outboard engines. All engines give off heat once the fuel starts to burn. This heat, if not dissipated, can lead to deformation or even melting of components.

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  • How to Choose Sacrificial Anodes
    How to Choose Sacrificial Anodes

    Corrosion is a very common problem with metal objects that come in contact with water, and boat engines are prone to this problem. Contrary to popular belief, corrosion is not a problem that only occurs from salt water, fresh water (and especially if it is polluted) is almost as damaging to an unprotected boat engine.

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  • How to Select Control Cables for Your Boat
    How to Select Control Cables for Your Boat

    Owners of recreational boats with thermal engines who wish to modify or install remote controls must follow a few essential rules. The first very important aspect to consider when you want to buy new control cables is the engine manufacturer. Johnson / Evinrude and Mercury / Mariner boat engines require special control cables because the clamping system is different. Otherwise, most boat engines use a universal cable type 3300C with threaded ends. To avoid problems, it is very important to...

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