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Cooking on the water is just another piece of the boating adventure. Whether you have a grill or a galley on your boat, there are some tips to keep in mind during meal preparation. Either way, it's important to remember that foods like meat and cheese need to be chilled and should not be kept out for longer than an hour. READ MORE >>

Hundreds of boat fires ignite each year, causing panic among passengers due to the vigorous burning of fiberglass, exploding fuel tanks and other outcomes of such an event. Let’s take a look at what commonly causes boat fires and how to prevent them. Fueling, Fuel Tanks and Fuel Lines READ MORE >>

Summer is here, which means it’s time to get back on the water. With the current price of fuel, you may be looking at saving on other expenses so you can afford boating this summer. One option is to look into reducing your boat insurance rate. Here are four ideas to explore. READ MORE >>

Summertime is boating season and many Americans look forward to relaxing on their boats as much as possible. Before heading out on your boat, ensure you have the right insurance coverage so you can truly relax. Here are five things to consider when looking at boat insurance. READ MORE >>

Boat insurance is a smart investment to protect your vessel from a variety of damages. But before you purchase a policy, it’s important to understand your coverage options so you know exactly what it is that you’re paying for. Most insurance providers offer the following options: READ MORE >>

Launching your boat into the lake using a boat trailer can be a tricky task, particularly if you’re not experienced at handling boat trailers. If you find yourself in a similar situation, it’s best to practice early in the season before the ramp gets too crowded. READ MORE >>

If you’re planning on camping in your RV during winter, you need to do a bit of preparation to protect your vehicle from the harsh elements and yourself from the cold. It’s also recommended that you call campsites ahead of time to ensure their availability since camping without hookups can be detrimental if you get stranded in a storm and run out of supplies. READ MORE >>

Owning a boat is a big expense and the cost of insuring it can be one financial burden too many. Many people think it’s a good idea to cancel their boat insurance during the winter when their boat isn’t in use in order to save money, but history has proved otherwise. READ MORE >>

Any boat owner knows that their aquatic vehicles should be stored for the cold winter months, but with a variety of storage options, it can be hard to settle on the right location. However, before you store your boat, you must take certain steps to winter proof it for greater longevity over the years. READ MORE >>

Like many boat owners, you may be saddened as the winter sets in and you’re forced to tuck your boat away until the spring. But in order to ensure you boat’s good condition come warmer weather, you must winterize your boat. This process could keep you busy for much of the winter, extending your boating season on-shore. READ MORE >>

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