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From NBOA – What to Consider When Shopping for Warranties Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell – The last voyage of the Julia Dean June BIG Boating Essentials Sale Take It From Zenon – The Right Boat for Your Water Nautical Humor Stupid Human Boating Tricks Featured Products and Specials

Nautical Humor Jokes

Things you won't hear a true fisherman say ...

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Stupid Human Boating Tricks

"Please caption this photo" and "Boat Names" gather the most popularity of views and posts in the Boating Forums, for "Stupid Human Boating Tricks." And for good reason – misery loves company! Right? We thought it would be fun to share a recent posted photo and some of the captions. If you love a chuckle, you can read more online in the Forums ...

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From NBOA | What to Consider When Shopping for Warranties
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In today’s economy, many people are opting to stick with their current vessel, investing in needed maintenance when necessary, in lieu of upgrading to a new boat. Although it is the more affordable option, it can still turn into an expensive alternative if your boat ends up with some serious fix ups along the way. Purchasing an additional warranty package is a smart way to ensure your more affordable “alternative choice” STAYS affordable. Even for those of you who are simply trying to avoid budget-breaking boating expenses, additional warranties are the best economical investment these days.

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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell | The last voyage of the Julia Dean

Reading old ship logs can be an enlightening and enjoyable experience into life at sea. This month J.B. has undertaken considerable research to bring us a glimpse of what seamanship was like in 1858. I think you’ll find this article intriguing and enjoyable, as I have. In addition, it might inspire you to start a log of your own voyages, whether out in the deep blue of the coast or exploring a hidden cove on your lake, and perhaps leave a "good read" to your posterity. - Editor

Read Article June BIG Boating Essentials Sale
part of 10 Year Anniversary Celebration!

Summer boating fun begins with BIG savings on essential boating gear at This month, in honor of Dear ‘ol Dad and all boating enthusiasts, we’ve teamed up with some great manufacturers to offer extra savings off our everyday low prices on over 9800 boating products. Shop our June BIG Boating Essentials Sale now for extra markdowns and discounts on all your boating needs.

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Take It From Zenon | The Right Boat for Your Water

Throughout the USA, glorious waterways abound –– small, tranquil lakes, man-made water-ski lakes and reservoirs, big lakes and rivers, salty estuaries, bays, bayous, and ocean coastline. Along these varied and picturesque bodies of water, cabins, cottages, and lake homes dot the landscape. Cabin life near a waterway makes boating an obvious recreational choice, with the question of what boat style will work best for your waterway. Will you use it in fresh or salt water? In shallow or deep water? Above a sandy or rocky bottom? In smooth or bumpy or ocean-like waves? Choosing a boat to match waterway conditions will prove crucial to your on-water enjoyment.

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