A bass boat with a high-powered outboard engine will get you quickly to your favorite fishing spot, and there are even more steps you can take to ensure yo... READ MORE
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Today is officially the first day of spring! For many boaters this means that its time to head back onto the water. That being said, annual preparation and cleaning is necessary before you can enjoy the big blue. To celebrate the beginning of spring, BoatSelect has made the perfect checklist that every boater needs. Just continue reading below!
1. Electrical System
2. Fuel System
3. Belts, Cables & Hoses
4. Propellers & Hulls
5. Fluid Levels
6. Saftey Gear
I want you to have the best boating experience possible and with this checklist you will be prepared to create new memories! If you want to read more articles, click here. Thank you for reading and have a wonderful day!
5 Myths about Riding a Jet Ski There are many misconceptions when it comes to Jet Skis floating around out there, especially when it comes to those that may not have ever had the opportunity to take a ride on one. As with any myth, some may have som... READ MORE
5 Things not to do on a wakeboard boat With spring and summer soon upon us, it's almost wakeboarding season. Finally, it's almost time to take the boat out and have some fun! In the spirit of staying safe, here are 5 things you should not do on a wa... READ MORE
As I browse the web looking at these different boats across the country, i've been thinking at how risky this business is. You see in Florida, the dealerships are going to have to order different types of boats then a dealership in Dallas. Now obviou... READ MORE
I like to consider this boat the Range Rover of the boating industry. The Shearwater 25 LTZ is one of,If not the top of the line center console. Without including Midnight Express or any of the high price boats. The Shearwater plant has been a fam... READ MORE
Having proper ventilation is crucial to any boater. Without it you could be facing problems like rot, corrosion, and mildew. The hotter the air is, the more at risk you are. Moisture trapped in your boat can even cause hull blisters. A well... READ MORE
This week I would like to discuss one of the hottest new devices to boating that has emerged in a long time Boat Command. Boat Command works by monitoring all of your boats vital systems and data and reports it you via your computer or smart phone. Y... READ MORE