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The Best Marine Wi-Fi Extenders for High-Seas Internet

We live in a world that’s always connected. No matter where you are—whether it’s at work, at home, on the street, in the mall or on your boat. Staying connected is so important, for so many reasons. You might be rolling your eyes right now at how young people can’t be away …

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The Ultimate Guide to Electric Trolling Motors (Plus Some Awesome Models)

Frustrated in choosing the best electric trolling motor for your boat? Learn more about electric trolling motors with this handy guide! They’ve been around for decades, the technology keeps improving and they greatly improve fishability. So find the best trolling motor to install so you can enjoy fishing every season! With endless choices …

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Let’s Get Cooking: Marine Stoves for a Gourmet Galley

Imagine the scent of bacon, eggs and freshly-brewed coffee wafting through the boat in the morning. When it comes to cooking onboard, most boaters are content to use a good old portable grill. But what do you crave more than hot dogs, burgers and the occasional BBQ chicken? If you liveaboard …

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How Much Does a Narrowboat Cost? A Guide From Basic to Best

“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing, absolutely nothing, half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.” — Kenneth Grahame This famous quote from “The Wind in the Willows” conjures images of lazy summer days, willow trees tickling the surface of the fresh water, and birds …

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The Complete Canal Boat Getaway to Experience New York State

You’ve not seen New York until you’ve seen it from the canal boat getaway. Fishing, paddling, dining, wine tours, history and so much more—the New York State Canals System offers a truly unique and memorable way to experience the Empire State. Take a trip along a NY canal, and you’ll return time and …

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Come Aboard! Traditional to Crazy Cool Narrowboat Interiors

Narrowboats are a design throwback from a world long gone. But they’re loved by a new generation of boaters, eager to keep the spirit of canal boating alive. These traditional boats stem from the industrial revolution, and they’re a design that’s changed very little over time. Sure, they have moved …