December 12th 2014
European and US boats carry slightly different equipment to protect against electrical problems.
December 5th 2014
Lithium-ion battery installations need to be well-engineered, with redundant safety systems and automatic disconnects.
November 26th 2014
During the long winter lay-up plenty of things can go awry. Make sure none of these winter disasters ruin your boat.
November 1st 2014
Keeping your boat on a trailer is advantageous in a number of ways, but only if you can get it to the ramp and back without any problems. Here are 10 tips that will make it happen.
October 24th 2014
Cramped engine spaces, high heat, and electrical components make for a bad combination.
October 17th 2014
Rubber shaft seals need fluid for lubrication and cooling. Dried-out, damaged seals and water intrusion are common causes of failure in bilge pumps.
October 15th 2014
If you’re new to pontoon boats, you’ll want to know these tips.
October 9th 2014
If you’re shopping for a boat, whether new or used, look out for these 10 design flaws.
September 28th 2014
What happens when you pit 11 anchors against each other in the muddy bottom of Chesapeake Bay?
September 1st 2014
Running aground is no fun, and it can do serious damage to your boat and your outboard. To minimize the danger and get back on your way, follow these five steps.