Boats Gone Wild | Boneheaded Boaters of the Week | Broncos Guru

Boats Gone Wild | Boneheaded Boaters of the Week | Broncos Guru

Winter Boat Cover: Fail

There must be a bit of DIY in every small boat owner that would explain the inventive spirit compelling them to try to develop both simple and complex solutions to Nature’s perennial attacks on protective marine covers. Often, Nature wins!

Underwater Boats – Hubs of Research and Recreation

When you think of an underwater boat, the first thing that comes to mind is the submarine, which is described as a submersible boat; the word literally means ‘under the sea’. The term is now used more as a noun in reference to high-powered boats which operate underwater at great depths in oceans, primarily for defense purposes and used in wars fought between countries. Submarines are always referred to as boats and not ships in naval parlance even though they are large sturdy vessels built for power and performance.

Maritime Taxes: Saving Money On The Water

The siren call of boat ownership is easy to understand. On a hot summer day, or even a crisp winter afternoon, getting out on the water for some sailing, fishing, snorkeling or water skiing can seem like the perfect reason to take the plunge. If you are ready to invest in a boat of your own, whether a modest fishing boat or a high-end yacht, it is worthwhile to pause and consider the tax implications.

Types of Pontoon Boats

Pontoon boats are great and come in different types, which differ in size, model, features, etc. Each of the different types has both advantages and disadvantages. What I will be doing here is providing you with a summary of different types. Aluminum – Being the most common type of pontoon boat among major pontoon boat manufacturers…

The Summer Camp Guide to Canoeing

Kids love canoeing. It has been a favorite summer camp activity for decades of young campers. Gliding through silvery lake waters or down rippling rivers, these graceful craft get youngsters right down at water level, perfect for exploring intriguing inlets, crossing long lakes or just having a super water balloon battle. Since canoes need at least two paddlers, it’s the perfect time to chat, laugh or maybe even pipe up with a favorite camp song or two.

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