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Article provided by the US Coast Guard In 2002 recreational boaters were involved in 239 accidents involving motor or propeller strikes. Forty-seven of these resulted in death. While increased awareness of the risks associated with propeller/motor strikes will help, there are a variety of technologies that can further increase boaters’ chances of ...

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by: Lance Winslow If you find your boat with gray and weathered teak, you may use any of the variety of products that are recommended from Nauticaleze. You may also wish to clean it with Snappy-Teak-Nu. If you apply a fresh coat of varnish or sealer as soon as the finish starts to dull or show signs of wear and touch up nicks, your work will be v...

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By Marc Eskew   Over 72 million Americans participated in recreational boating in 2003 on the estimated 17 million recreational boats in the United States. For many Americans, the investment in their vessel ranks along with their homes and automobiles. However, unlike homes and automobiles, most boat owners only spend a fraction of their tim...

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by: Ken Jones Many people learn to sail by going sailing with their friends or parents. But how do you get started if you do not know anybody with a boat? Or perhaps you want to undertake formal training to acquire a recognised qualification. Many yacht charter companies will require potential customers to hold a recognised qualification prior to ...

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by: John Edwardson Boat insurance is necessary for all boat owners who live on or really value their boats. If it is something that you feel you must replace then you need to insure it. If you live on your boat it is absolutely necessary that it be insured. Who would want to lose their home? Also most boats are financed in the beginning. The lend...

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