The cold weather sets in and the boating season comes to an end.
And the responsible boat owner makes plans to winterize his or her vessel.
Whether we like it or not, all seasons must end.
The boating season must eventually come to a close.
If you live in a year-round boating destination, consider yourself lucky.
Also, why are you even here?
Are you just …
Sure, you winterized your boat.
And you also have an annual servicing and cleaning routine in the spring to dewinterize your boat.
After that, you may assume that all will be fine—that is, until something breaks, tears, blows …
Heavy weather and rough sea conditions can be a dangerous combination when you’re out on the water.
As careful as you might be, weather and water can still take you surprise.
In the summer boating season, heat waves bring …
Seasickness—also called mal de mer, if you wanna sound fancy—comes in many forms, ranging from visual disorientation and stomach cramps to green complexions and, of course, losing your lunch.
Our body equilibrium gets thrown off balance by the motions of …