Mother’s Day this year falls on Sunday, May 9, when the weather in most parts of the country should be warm enough to enjoy at least one day of the Mother’s Day weekend on a boat.
Earth Day, which is celebrated every year on April 22, is a great day for boaters to show their support for environmental protection. The world’s waterways are our playgrounds, and protecting them is a core part of what it means to be a member of the boating community.
The day has finally come! After extensively researching online, perusing our Boat Finder tool, visiting boat shows, and working with a boat dealer, you’ve found the perfect boat. Still, though, your mind is buzzing with “what next?” questions.
As we cruise into the 2021 boating season, we bet you’re more than ready to push off the dock! We are too, and having endless summer fun on the water starts with a safe boating experience. Brush up with the basics in our Boating Safety Guide, if you need a refresher.
Soon after a boat passes its wake has vanished, but as boaters, we should always remember to practice responsible, green boating. It’s important to recognize that what we do impacts the waters we love, and that there are ways to keep our “wakeprints” invisible as we protect the marine environments.
The turning of the calendar to a fresh new year never felt so good. Good riddance to the dark abyss that was 2020, and hello to the bright future of 2021!
Buying a boat is just step one along the wonderful journey of enjoying the entire boating experience and waterborne lifestyle. If you’re among the legions of first-time boat owners who joined this water-loving community in 2020, you’re in good company.
2020 has been an interesting year to say the least, with many strange happenings occurring all across the world. And now that it’s finally come closer to the end of the year and the holiday season, many have noticed the evolution of a new decorating trend: a lot of houses started putting up their Christmas decorations right after Halloween this year—and no one’s blaming them for rushing 2020 out the door.
If there’s one thing the year 2020 has taught us all, it’s that we should take nothing for granted.
Your friend or family member finally did it—bought the boat of his/her dreams. They beam like a proud parent while admiring that boat on the dock. They glow brighter than the stars when he/she shows you all the photos of his new boat—and when they asks you to watch all the videos (for the second and third time). Who can blame them for this unbridled display of complete joy?