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Ask The Experts – “Cheat Sheet” for Boat Buyers New Year Sale Spectacular Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell Nautical Humor Stupid Human Boating Tricks Featured Products and Specials


Nautical Humor


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Stupid Human Boating Tricks

A guy told me that when he was used boat shopping, and out on a test cruise, he asked the seller about flushing the motor after use. He said, "I never do that; I like to keep the salt water in there so it won't freeze."

Hmmmmm, sounds like a plan to get a new boat every few years. "Honey, the engine will cost about $5000 to repair . . . we can replace it for just a little more!"

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Ask the Experts | Boat Buyer's Cheat Sheet In our last issue of the iboats.com Review we started priming the pump for the upcoming boat show season with an excellent article from the NBOA discussing how to use boat shows. For this month’s issue, we’re expanding the boat buying tips with a “Buyer’s Cheat Sheet” from Boating Magazine that will help uncover the quality (or lack thereof) of a boat – it includes tips you’ve probably never thought of before as you look a boat over – take a look and print out the page for future reference.

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iboats.com NEW YEAR SALE SPECTACULAR We have over 350 new products for 2010, with more arriving daily. Plus right now you can get an EXTRA 5% OFF almost everything on our site. We’ve highlighted a few of the great deals on our sale page – but realistically, virtually everything’s on sale – so simply browse and shop for what you want.

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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell | "Skin diving" in the Pacific

It was here that we had one of my most memorable underwater adventures. Dick and I and one of our buddies were exploring caves on the wall for lobsters when there was a darkening . . . not really a shadow, just a drop in the light level. I turned to the opening and saw a great expanse of grey sliding silently by. We all rushed (well, as close as one can get to rushing when under about 75' of water) to the opening and beheld a grey whale about 50' long and her calf, about 20' slowly cruising to the surface to breathe. We had seen them surface once in a while from the hill but never before when in the water.

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